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There's no doubt about how completely unrealistic the series of events are, and many of the characters actions are certainly questionable (although perhaps not as unlikely as it may seem), but '11:14' is still cleverly put together and full of black humour. It probably won't blow you away and it's a little slow in places, but at the end of the day, it's still a lot of fun to see how things become so monumentally screwed up for a group of average people just trying to go about their business.
I loved this movie! There is great acting by every one of the cast members. It truly is a rare find among the smaller, lesser known films out there. It is just a simple story, but it is told in a way that just clicked with me! I highly recommend watching this move.
In one night of epic stupidity, the lives of several small-towners intersect with calamitous results. Its how we are shown the intersections that's creative, segueing back and forth from the title's moment in time. The actions of the characters stretch credibility beyond comprehension some (for instance Hilary Swank's character plays with a gun as if she'd no idea of what possibly could occur for one example) but the overall effect is tolerable.
You won't like this movie. It has many different stories all intertwined together but none related to the other. Pulp Fiction style. The stories are okay, but nothing to go nuts over. I enjoyed it once but never again.
170210: Twisted and at times a little fun, 11:14 never really captured me in a big way. Through all the great characters, couldn't really put my finger on why. Perhaps because it reveals a side of humanity we'd all like to deny? This film is about simple, base people. Though billed as a comedy, it comes across as too honest and therefore a bit depressing. Perhaps another viewing is in order? Perhaps.
Very different sort of COMEDY? It goes for the alternate people time lines interacting sometimes without the knowledge of those whose actions intertwine with each other. I kind of liked the variety although it was lacking the Tarantino Touch!
I like these POV storylines in movies, where viewer has to put it all together one snippet at a time. This one had just the right amount of humor and excitement. Good work all around. Fun before-they-were-stars cameos too.
I did not expect a dark comedy going into this movie. I thought it was going to be a serious thriller so I was in for a surprise. Although there were many angles regarding one storyline, there's only one storyline I absolutely loved: the one with Hilary Swank in it. She was so convincing as a small town girl who wants to stick to her job. Even though I didn't like the other four as much, I'm still giving this a good review because all of the stories made me laugh one way or another. If I had to pick a second favorite story, it has got to be the opening scene. Stupid decisions on top of more stupid decisions set at night somehow gave me a good time. If there had been less storylines, there would've been more focus, thus elevating the entire film. I've heard about this movie for a while and I only rented it just now. I can honestly say that I wish I had seen it sooner.
A wild, intense film, with sme very strange circumstances, and some very strange characters all linked together in a wild way. The title of the film 11:14 is basically when a bunch of stuff goes down, and a cast of different people are all involved and affected in different weird ways. Really nothing more to be said but watch this strange and different film.
Good hyperlink movie and I really enjoy the concept of it being built around a time. All story arcs were very interesting (though Barbara Hershey is there and gone and a loose end or two wasn't tied up) and everyone gave great performances. Every character has their own very unique personality that makes them memorable even months after you watch it. It keeps packing on twists and keeps things engaging. Though there were a few contrived scenes and it could have had a bit more added to it, this was a very clever, smart little movie that ultimately could have been a bit more. I recommend it regardless.