158. 11:14 (2003)

7.8 Exciting fun
  • Acting 7.9
  • Directing 7.7
  • Story 7.9
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Starring: Hilary Swank, Ben Foster, Patrick Swayze

Director: Greg Marcks

Running Time: 86 mins

11:14 is an American film about the events that caused a car crash at 11:14pm, through five different stories, all related to one another somehow.

This was such a weird film! It was both very interesting, and also extremely funny in some parts, with a fantastic story. With these anthology films, where you have numerous short stories leading to one another, it’s always interesting to see how and if they can be tied in together, and that was done very well in this film.

This film is very gritty at many points, and some scenes I found actually unbearable to watch, such as a man who loses his *ahem* because it gets shut in a car door. Although initially quite funny, the search for it was disgusting in my opinion.

However, this film’s story was so good, that I was on the edge of my seat by the end, and the way that the whole thing is eventually tied up is extremely clever, and a great surprise to anyone watching it.

Overall, I’ll give this a 7.8 because it was extremely fascinating and interesting, with both a great story and also some good comedy along the way.


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