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Facts and Figures

Run time: 86 mins

In Theaters: Friday 20th August 2004

Budget: $6M

Distributed by: New Line Cinema

Production compaines: Media 8 Entertainment, MDP Worldwide, Firm Films


Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 92%
Fresh: 11 Rotten: 1

IMDB: 7.2 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Greg Marcks

Starring: as Jack, Blake Heron as Aaron, as Norma, as Buzzy, as Officer Hannagan, as Duffy, as Tim, as Mark, as Eddie, as Frank, as Cheri, as Leon (Paramedic #1), as Kevin (Paramedic #2)

11:14 Review

Car crashes seem to be ripe material for screenwriters looking for a hook to hang their movies on. From Intersection to Crash to Crash (the other one), this seems to be a well-travelled genre. 11:14 adds another notch in that post, a Rashomon-like story of a half-dozen characters who all intersect on one quiet road at 11:14 PM, which results in the loss of at least one life, one male member, a lot of cash, and endless property damage. The immediate before and after of the event contain even more chaos, including a gunshot wound for Hilary Swank.. The film tells each story in sequence, each time adding a little more context to this bizarre series of events, and each time causing us to care a little bit less about what exactly happened. It's not terrible filmmaking, but the plot's "cleverness" will hardly knock your boots off.


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11:14 Rating

" OK "