Here's the plot: Two teenage brothers (Spencer Treat Clark and Nick Eversman) go on a hunting trip in their rural California hometown to celebrate a birthday. While chasing a buck, one of them ends up shooting and killing the town mayor, Dick Cavanaugh, whose rather sprawling family dominates local politics and business. The boys' father (Ted "It Rubs the Lotion on Its Skin" Levine) is the chief of police, but wouldn't you know it, the entire rest of the county justice system is run by Cavanaughs, and what should be a juvenile case of manslaughter is about to be tried as an adult case of murder. ("We're gonna treat this as a family matter," say the Cavanaughs.) Once in receipt of this information, the free brother decides to spring his captive kin and try to high-tail it to Canada as fugitives with the entire Cavanaugh clan in pursuit. Do they make it, and what other secrets emerge along the way? Watch and see!
Bottom line: this was an entertaining action-drama pic that, despite its "R" rating, is suitable for reasonably mature teens (language and violence were the only complaints of the MPAA, and they were reasonably light and appropriate in the context IMO). If you're looking for a fairly intense and outdoorsy thriller that you can watch with your high schooler, this is a decent pick. Don't expect too many major new insights into the human condition while you're watching it, but 5.0 is definitely an underrating.