Naru (Amber Midthunder) is a young expert tracker from the Comanche Tribe who is trying to prove herself as a capable hunter. However, while her brother is the only person who will give her the chance to do so, the others believe she cannot and should stay back with the tribe. After noticing tracks that do not seem like normal everyday wildlife and finding animals that are skinned in ways unknown, Naru tries to tell the other members of the tribe, but she is not believed until The Predator picks them off, one by one.
Although I made attempts to watch this movie a few times on Disney+ (when I was too tired, why I did this, I do not know) when I finally got to the end of the movie, I loved it. The only thing I did not like, was the constant repetition of, "I see something, it is not a bear. I saw it, it is not a bear" and people not believing her and thinking she is talking nonsense. Whilst this is something that happens in the movies like this all the time, it annoyed me how much times she had to say it only for no one to really support her and back her up. He brother was supportive to an extent but I felt like while he was not dismissive, he still did not support her claims. Another thing I did not like, was some of the forced dialogue and a few forced scenes, but other than that, the quality of this movie was great, from storyline to pacing, to music, to visuals.