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11.14 [DVD]


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  • Actors: Henry Thomas, Blake Heron, Barbara Hershey, Clark Gregg, Hilary Swank
  • Directors: Greg Marcks
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Lions Gate Home Ent. UK Ltd
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Sep 2007
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000J3Q9M6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,757 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Suspense drama whose format plays with time. In Middletown, at 11:14 PM, two cars are involved in accidents at precisely the same time. A drunk driver hits a man near a bridge on a rural route and a car containing three young men hits a van containing a young woman. One of the male passengers sustains a severed penis while a completely unconnected male who happens to be on the road, shoots them. Meanwhile a young man robs a convenience store with the support of the clerk; a man finds a body in a cemetery and gets rid of it and a young pregnant woman tries to raise money for an abortion. These seemingly disparate and random happenings are all connected.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on 6 May 2006
Format: DVD
I see a lot of comments on how writer-director Greg Marcks's film "11:14" is in the tradition of "Pulp Fiction," but that is true only to the extent that you are talking about a film that plays with chronology. True, Quentin Tarantino made it possible to tell a story in a non-linear mode, but that is not what Marck does in this one. What he does is more akin to Akira Kurosawa's "Rashomon," where we get the same story from various perspectives. Even here the analogy is not completely on point either, because in "Rashomon" each character tells a decidedly different version, only the last of which is privileged as what really happened. In "11:14" each pass through the story covers essentially the same time (each story starts progressively earlier in the evening), but for the most part in a different place. The "most" part of that last sentence is key, because the characters and stories interconnect and as we learn something new we rethink what has gone out before.

We begin with Jack Levine (Henry Thomas), who is driving along one night in the town of Middleton, talking on a cell phone, a bottle of booze on the front seat, when he gets disconnected from his call, the clock in his car hits 11:14 and a body hits his windshield. The situation, to put it mildly, is not good, and they manage to get progressively worse for Jack (could YOU recite the alphabet backwards under pressure?). I do not want to get into the details, because that would spoil the fun. Suffice it to say this is only the first piece in this black comedy. It is important you know that this is a black comedy because cars hitting people, or people hitting cars, are not usually topics of humor.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Oct 2005
Format: DVD
The way the lives of the several different characters intersect on a fateful night in the town of Middleton is the highlight of the strangely titled 11:24, a small, independent film that is sort of "film schoolish," but ultimately quite enjoyable. Like a less glitzy, small-town version of Go or even Memento, the film follows several story threads that all converge in a single moment, involving a traffic accident.
The crash begins as Jack (Henry Thomas) is driving down the road, somewhat drunk, when he hits somebody at 11:14 p.m. Panicked he tries to hide the body in the trunk of his car, when Norma (Barbara Hershey) pulls up beside him and assumes that he has been hit by a deer. He manages to fob her off, but then has a face off with the town cop, Officer Hannagan (Clark Gregg), who immediately arrests him.
As this situation unfolds, director, Greg Marcks sweeps us backwards in time to meet other characters, all of them related in unexpected ways to that accident. Most of the characters operate according to secret motives and their lives become entwined, not by mere chance, but as a direct consequence of the actions they take. They all seem to be bumbling through the night; with every step they take making it worse.
Hilary Swank plays Buzzy, a hapless store clerk, probably the only truly trusting and sincere character in the film, who is appalled when her friend Duffy (Shawn Hatosy) wants to rob her store so that he can get some fast cash to pay for girlfriend, Cheri's (Rachael Leigh Cook) abortion.
Cheri for her part is a young tart, juggling at least two guys at once, for reasons not immediately clear. Cheri's father Frank (Patrick Swayze) is annoyed at his daughter's philandering ways, and has been trying to stop her from seeing anyone.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Glitzy on 3 Mar 2007
Format: DVD
i just watched this film, had no idea what itd be like, thought itd be scary thank god it wasnt as i didnt want to be scared this early in the day lol!!! but it is like getting all the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle and putting them together. the film basically has 5 different events happen all at one time, throughout the film you see how they all link to one another and at the end how it fits in to one story kind of. its really good a great film, perhaps could be longer or more of a storyline but it was a great watch and different. oh and its a bit gruesome as there are lots of blood but its not scary, and the storyline is good. worth a watch!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Darth Maciek TOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 Jan 2008
Format: DVD
It is a very busy evening for officer Hannagan, the lonely cop patrolling Middelton, a little town somewhere in USA. He will have his hands full with the robbery of a local grocery, a hit and run, a hit and no run, two dead bodies, one gunshot wound, 1200$ in cash, one bowling ball and a weird accident involving a severed... ahem, well let's just say that what was severed is usually not associated with female anatomy... After barely one hour of his service he will run out off handcuffs...

It is clear that this movie was inspired a little by Quentin Tarantino, especially in its dialogues. The story is told backwards, in five chapters, every one being more hilarious than the previous.... and they all interconnect with a total perfection! All the actors give a great performance, but Hillary Swank and Patrick Swayze are especially good (it is also a great pleasure to see Swayze again). For all those who loved "Dirty dancing" as much as I did, there is one scene with Swayze which you will simply love (no hints - watch the movie!).

Two important lessons can be learned from this film:

- if you need to go, you should REALLY stop the car...
- getting intimate in a cemetary is a REALLY bad idea....

Now, "11.14" of course is not an immortal masterpiece which will survive humanity itself - but if you want to pass a nice evening with a smart, dark, and slightly misantropic comedy, this is what you need.
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