The successful American writer and atheist Joseph Crone participates in a support group to accept the death of his beloved wife Sarah and their son Diogo. Joe befriends Sadie in one of the meetings and she helps him when he has a car accident. When Joe’s estranged religious brother Samuel Crone (Michael Landes) tells him that their father is terminal, he travels to Barcelona to stay near the death bed of his father. Joe has visions of demons and with the number 11 and he finds that something evil will happen with Samuel and him on 11 November 2011.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
User Reviews: 11:11 seems to be a real phenomenon, but this movie has no correlation to those beliefs or possibilities. In that sense, it was poorly researched. I Think the idea is good, but here it was almost thrown together and poorly thought-out. The movie seems jumpy and quite random, the characters have no depth,and scenes lack flow. With bad make-up/costume design, low budget special effects, and sometimes pointless dialogue, I was almost distracted from the story. There was enough monotone content, with a few attempts to startle the audience, to keep me until the fairly predictable end. I really wouldn’t recommend this to anybody… maybe a study on "How we could have made this movie better" for film students.