pretty cool little film told in the style of reservoir dogs, or, more accurately, the killing. 11:14 is the time at which all the intertwined stories take a turn for the worse. we follow one storyline at a time and each one makes more sense of the last. it’s a dark comedy, but it’s not intended to be hugely funny. it incites a decent number of chuckles, but what really drives the film is the plot unfolding the way it does. there’s a solid cast holding the thing together as well.
it’s possible that i’m reading too much into it, but there seemed to be an underlying cautionary tale. each of the unfortunate victims in the film is some sort of sinner – liar, cheater, thief, etc. all but a few of the characters have the best of intentions, but no one really emerges from the film unscathed. this, though, is a secondary element of the film. it’s worth watching because it’s a pretty fun and funny film, but don’t expect anything amazing.