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11:14

Rating:R (for violence, sexuality and pervasive language.)
Genre:Drama, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:October 15, 2003
Running time:85 minutes
Cast:Hilary Swank, Rachael Leigh Cook, Patrick Swayze, Barbara Hershey, Colin Hanks
Director:Greg Marcks
Producer:Beau Flynn, John Morrissey
Writer:Greg Marcks
Distributor:New Line Cinema

Description: A man is startled from a boozy drive when a body crashes against his windshield. He manages to wrestle it awkwardly into his trunk despite the curiosity of a passerby. A gang of young hoodlums amuse themselves by playing pranks until their nighttime cruising grinds to a violent halt. Gunshots from a holdup break the silence of the night. The police and the ambulance attendants have a busy shift. It is 11:14 p.m. in Middleton -- 'The Happiest Place to Live,' as the sign on the way into town informs us.

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