11:55 Reviews

June 19, 2017
Despite multiple onscreen timestamps, the film doesn't generate ticking-clock tension so much as it paints a picture of dead ends and foreordained poverty.
June 8, 2017
Sincere, sometimes brief performances - including those of John Leguizamo as a disabled veteran, and Julia Stiles as the bitter wife of Nelson's nemesis - lend necessary oomph to a narrative that can, at times, verge on sleepy.
June 8, 2017
Transcends any lingering trace of gimmickry with emotionally gripping results.