11:14 was easily one of the most convoluted movies that I have ever seen, but the complexity of the plot was astounding. One of the most visually pleasing scenes was within the gas station because the coloring was astounding. The movie was very emotionally charged and I cringed in almost every single scene. It also had a very unexpected plot twist at the end- to thin that Cherie was actually behind every persons actions was somewhat humorous. I loved her numerous boyfriends, and the gruesomeness of each relationship/death only added to the hilarity.
This movie really made me think about finding more depth within plots and stories. The relationships of all the characters were very impressive. It was very similar to Crash, but I liked this one better.