Greg Marcks' 11:14 intertwines five different storylines that all lead up to a series of events that happen one evening at 11:14. The audience is made privy to connections between the characters that they themselves are unaware of. The audience will see how various lies and deceptions lead to murder. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
On the whole I thought 4 of the 5 stories were very good. Only Swayze's story was weak (that could be because he's an awful actor). But in the end I felt more like I had watched 5 separate movies. I really wanted to see some sort of epilogue at the end to tie it together. Good, but not great. Still, much better than Crash. Rachel Leigh Cook is smokin here.
The story line in this movie was boring and pointless. A guy driving down the street & something hits his car. The whole story is backtracking a series of events that led up to this point, and at the end that's all you find out. So basically you sit through this movie to find out what was the first event that transpired that led up to this guy hitting something/someone. That's it. Nothing else. This movie was probably the dumbest movie I have seen in a long, long time. Maybe younger teen agers who are trying to be cool might find it entertaining, but I did not find the point to this plot. A bunch of teenie boppers in this movie cussing up a storm for no reason other than "just because they could". It a nutshell I found it to be shallow, poorly written story line and raunchy. Would not recommend anyone over the age of 25 bother renting this movie since I think more mnature people might find it a complete waste of time.
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