Denn an diesem Abend führen fünf verschiedene Wege zur Uhrzeit 11:14, die nacheinander in Zeitsprüngen erzählt werden und immer neue Verbindungen offenbaren. Characters keep running into each other and bad bad things happen, but the stories are all strung together in really clever, often darkly funny ways. Tells the seemingly random yet vitally connected story of a set of incidents that all converge one evening at 11:14pm. Jack runs across a property with security lights and a dog, causing the owner, Norma, to come out. Still, the story moves along a great clip and the audience is entertained by the unfolding stories.
He stops by a deer crossing sign and gets out to inspect the damage, and finds a body with a badly mutilated face lying close to his car. Mark, distracted by Eddie urinating out the van's window, runs into and kills Cheri, who was crossing the road while on her cell phone. Synopsis A few incidents that happen at 11:14 p. The most excellent performance is by Rachael Leigh Cook, who as the trashy hot Cherie is just the right combination of evil and desperate. This is the type of movie where lots of gaffs could occur because the movie is about five stories that eventually come together. Sure, the story works a lot on coincidence, but it's still a great build up and interesting ending, despite it being somewhat of a let-down.
The cast did a good job as well. Frank, out for a walk with his dog, stumbles across something which makes him jump to a conclusion about his daughter, to who he is both over-protective and overly trusting. Cheri runs away from the scene, not realizing that she has dropped the set of keys that Frank found in the earlier scene. The acting, dialogue and action sequences are great. A script that was so funny, so original and so clever that you fell in love with it. Thinking his daughter is responsible for the death, Frank packs the body in the trunk of Aaron's car, accidentally locking the keys in with the body;4 Buzzy is working at a convenience store late at night.
As Duffy fires on the retreating van, Tim realises that the accident also caused the van's window to snap shut, cutting Eddie's penis off. There is clear talent here. After closer inspection it turns out that he has actually hit a fellow human, who is now dead as a possum. Nine people's lives are linked together at the same moment in time, all with life changing results. If he can bring his visual and production values up to the level of his writing and directing skills, he may get the distribution this first film has been robbed of for several years. Teens Mark, Eddie, and Tim are out for a joyride in Mark's van, they generally causing havoc all in the name of having fun, that is until something goes wrong.
Officer Hannagan Clark Gregg shows up on the scene and uncovers the truth. Hanks is also good, as is Shawn Hatosy. See it, I am sure you will love it too. All in all 11:14 is a very interesting movie and if you like intertwining stories like Pulp Fiction, Magnolia and Crash, This is the pick for you. A bit disappointing ending however, the movie basically tells the story of 30 minutes around 11:14 in 90 minutes. And of course, there's always one more twist.
But when you light five different fires within close proximity, the expectation is for quite a spectacle in the end. Directed by 27 year old Greg Marcks, the film is populated by up and coming young stars including Colin Hanks and Rachael Leigh Cook. Since it was not listed anymore that month, I went on line and found Walmart. We see the accident, which occurs at 11:14pm, from different perspectives, as the puzzle slowly comes together. The movie is entertaining with a round story that will keep you glued to your chair. Hilary Swank is brilliant as a convenience store worker so afraid to lose her job, she opts to suffer injury over practicing a little common sense. Tim is accosted by the paramedics, Leon Jason Segel and Kevin Rick Gomez at the scene, but manages to escape and get the severed penis back to Eddie.
She is obviously upset and is looking for her husband, Frank, because she just received a phone call that their daughter, Cheri, was killed in a hit-and-run accident. When he sees another car approaching, he panics and drags the body out of sight. It reminded me of a cross between 'Memento' and 'Pulp Fiction' and to be honest, I found 11:14 comparable to those above mentioned excellent movies. It goes to show you that your life can change at any time. The attention to detail is important because the whole movie must tie together at the end. He flees again, into the cemetery where he trips over a bowling ball and is again taken into custody. The camera pans to Cheri's cell phone, which reads 11:14 p.
You need to watch this uninterrupted and concentrate on the subplots to get the full value. For every Go there is a Two Days In The Valley, so in the end, all you should ever really do is try to view a film its own right, rather than condemn its failure to match its inspirations. The very black humour includes two sections which might just be some of the most cringing moments for men in cinema history one of them in particular had me cowering fear. Jack, in town to meet someone, is a chronic drinker and driver, he still doing so despite having his license temporarily suspended. A few incidents that happen at 11:14 p. We haven't seen Crash, but it looks like we should, and while I thought that 11:14 was not quite as terrific as Memento, I felt it was definitely in the running with it.
In this movie everything is built up on what happens at 11:14. The clock on the dashboard reads 11:14 p. Otherwise, if you want something far from ordinary Hollywood hogfarts, watch this. Norma offers Jack a ride to her house to wait for the police, but he declines. If film distributors are just a little smarter than the characters in this film, this should be a smash! Frank, out for a walk with his dog, stumbles across something which makes him jump to a conclusion about his daughter, to whom he is both overprotective and overly trusting.
Please by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. Norma offers Jack a ride to her house to wait for the police, but he declines. Hannagan tells Jack that he is under arrest and that his car will be impounded. Shawn Hatosy and Barbara Hershey stood out in this inspired ensemble. When the officer checks with dispatch, he finds that Jack's license has been revoked for driving under the influence.