Jamin Winans' mysterious thriller 11:59 concerns a reporter who, after uncovering his biggest story yet, finds himself in a large field with his recent memory gone. He must use his tools as an investigator to find out what happened to him. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
A fine example of why some independent films should never be made. Interesting premise is plagued by poor script, amateur performances and extremely slow pacing. Plot never takes hold until 35 minutes into the film and then moves so slow, 12:00 never comes! You're better off visiting your dentist to have a tooth pulled, which would be less painful then sitting through this.
How did this movie ever get made?
I'm betting some talented high school students could
turn out something better than this. The 'actors' must
have come directly from community thater and a bad one
at that. Thanks. I feel better now.
I wanted to turn off the movie within the first 5 minutes but I kept watching thinking that the movie would get better. However, the acting was so bad, and the movie's budget must have been less then $250,000, I should have know that the possiblility of the movie getting better was zero.