Bloom Towne is a small-town sheriff under the thumb of the well-established, deeply influential Mayor Dick Cavanaugh's family. When Bloom's two teenage sons, Nate and Skylar accidentally shoot and kill Dick during a deer-hunt, Bloom's long-held allegiance to the reigning Cavanaugh clan is tested. Skylar (still a minor) decides to take the wrap for his older brother Nate, claiming he fired the fatal shot. The Cavanaugh family's quick retaliation sends Skylar on his way to county jail, soon to be tried as an adult. Desperate and guilt-ridden, Nate breaks Skylar out of jail and sets off a chain of lawless acts, which send them deep into the woods and on the run. Bloom's choice between the law and his sons leads to revelations of old family secrets that threaten to destroy everything he loves.Written by
was praised obviously by one of the persons who's either the director or one of the producers. i have difficulty to distinguish this movie's genre, a horror one, a thriller or anything else that i just failed to categorized. the screenplay is kinda ridiculous, a mayor's family could have such independent super power to put law and the execution authority to hunt down couple of young people? what era is this? feudalism era or dark age? i just hate to see dimwit producers or lousy directors of b movies use IMDb to promote and fool people to watch their blind investments. this is not a movie that you'd go back to the movie theater and pay for the 2nd viewing experience. read carefully of that review and judge by yourself.
when i watched it again, i've found out something even more ridiculous: when the two brothers ran to the object they shot and thought it to be a deer, their running route was just ridiculous, they ran along the forest opening in a very wide big curve, the victim was lying behind a big trunk and thick high bush. so it meant that it's absolutely impossible for them to shoot that target from where they hid, and it's impossible to see the target. this is so ridiculous, man.
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