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11-11-11 (2011)

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After the death of his wife and child, an author travels to Barcelona to see his estranged brother and dying father, where he learns that his life is plagued by events that occur on 11/11/11.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Timothy Gibbs ...
Joseph Crone
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Samuel Crone
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Sadie
Benjamin Cook ...
Lolo Herrero ...
Bookstore Owner
Salomé Jiménez ...
Sarah
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Grant
Denis Rafter ...
Richard Crone
Ángela Rosal ...
Anna
Lluís Soler ...
Javier Cavello
Jose Bertolero ...
Demon
Oscar Valsecchi ...
Demon
José Antonio Marín ...
Demon
Luis Alba ...
Demon (as Luis Alba 'El Diablo')
Jesus Cuenca ...
Demon (as Jesús Cuenca)
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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. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Rated PG-13 for violence/terror, some disturbing images and thematic material | See all certifications »

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3 November 2011 (Argentina)  »

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ARS 709,239 (Argentina) (6 November 2011)
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After Chris Stuckmann's unfavorable review of this film, the director, Darren Lynn Bousman, sent him a Facebook message thanking him for the review and how it amused him. See more »

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Samuel Crone: You think because you're seeing some number over and over again, that someone or something is trying to contact you?
Joseph Crone: You believe in praying to an old man who lives in the clouds?
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This is NOT a doomsday film!
6 November 2011 | by (Western Australia) – See all my reviews

You may or may not have bought into the false advertising campaign that is targeting young horror fans who think that they are going to see some apocalyptic event that occurs on the 11-11-11. If you are part of this target group, I am telling you now that you will most certainly be disappointed. This film is a slow-paced, methodical character-driven piece about the conflict between faith-based ideologies. Don't be tricked into thinking that this is going to be some exciting or thrilling popcorn adventure in the same vein as some of the other high budget apocalyptic films out there. Director Darren Lynn Bousman has himself said that he wanted to explore his own spiritual beliefs and conceptions about existence through this film.

We begin by following Joseph Crone (Timothy Gibbs), a popular novelist who is tormented by the death of his family through constant reoccurring nightmares and hallucinations. As seemingly random events begin to unfold in his life, Joseph struggles to cling onto any real purpose of his continuing existence. As he rapidly descends into a state of self-seclusion, he discovers a pattern in which all the events in his life are taking place. They appear to always happen at the set time of 11:11 am/pm. When his estranged pastor brother Samuel (Michael Landes) rings to tell him about his dying father, Joseph immediately travels to Barcelona. Here is where the story will perhaps turn south for most people. We spend a good 40 minutes of the film trying to decipher strange supernatural clues as we are subjected to long-winded seemingly pointless dialogue scenes. For some this may be incredibly boring, especially since the fact that apart from a few jump-scares and men in goblinesque costumes, the film is basically devoid of any horror or suspense. As the day of 11-11-11 approaches, events get weirder and weirder until the finale where a huge revealing twist is attempted but comes off looking incredibly schlocky.

Overall I'm pretty sure this film will flop badly. Due to its misleading nature, I feel that many people are going to rightfully flame this film in general. In my opinion it would have served better as a psychological drama about the descent of a rational man into madness. The twist would have been Joseph's self-realization that 11-11-11 has no meaning and it is just another number. Unfortunately the film favors a more unrealistic and perplexing ending that wasn't needed. There are however some redeemable qualities to the film such as the philosophical themes surrounding religion vs. society and also the talent of Timothy Gibbs to carry the film until the end despite many major flaws. I recommend that you watch this when it comes out on DVD so you can make up your own mind but I suggest that you consider the limitations of the budget (which couldn't have been more than $2 million).

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