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Critic Reviews for 11:14
A rambling, incoherent quasi-ensemble picture with no clear or concise point in sight...
anatomises a moment in time when smalltown idiocy suffers the most surreally awful repercussions of cause and effect.
Enjoyable, smartly directed comedy thriller with a clever script and engaging performances from its ensemble cast.
Fast and fairly engaging ... but in the end it feels a bit pointless.
Audience Reviews for 11:14
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.
This movie still stands up to repeat viewings. Have watched it a few times over the years and always find it interesting and clever (even though the characters definitely aren't). Hillary Swank has the most sympathetic role. The rest aren't terribly likeable, which I guess is why you don't care too much when bad things happen to them. Good early role for Rachael Leigh Cook also, although she's also pretty horrible (the character, that is).
Terrible story about terrible, stupid people who do stupid, terrible things.