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15 Till Midnight (2010)

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Parallel worlds collide as a secret society policing this phenomena track a man whose wife has seemingly disappeared.

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Dee Martin ...
Damon
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Nara
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Sarosta
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Sera
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Bartender / Cipher
Antonio San Miguel ...
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Neil
Saswata Bandy ...
Jerry
Wolfgang Meyer ...
Bio-Agent
Francis Cooper ...
Enforcement Agent
Adam Vargas ...
Surgical Agent
Jimmy ScreamerClauz ...
Knower / Bio-Agent (as Jimmy Creamer)
Brian Patrick ...
Priest
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Diner Waitress
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Lukas Reyes is trapped in a seemingly endless loop between parallel existences, one being occupied by his spouse, Sera, and another being occupied by a relation from another life, Nara. As worlds seem to begin colliding and further bleeding into one another, he finds himself pursued by a group of shadow-men known as "The Knowers". The common thread between everything being a significance with the time 11:45 - fifteen minutes until midnight. Written by official source

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Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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R
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19 April 2016 (USA)  »

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$27,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The film is littered with Easter Eggs referencing the parallel worlds theme. See more »

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Lukas Reyes: I can't stand Puccini.
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Connections

References What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004) See more »

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Doomsday Party
Performed by Sybreed
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A pleasure!
8 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

I'm not a professional reviewer, so I'm not going to get into all the fine details, but felt I needed to give this film a fair shake after seeing all the negative reviews. I can only guess they are expecting some multi-million dollar blockbuster with city destroying explosions, robots, and half naked chicks. This film was filmed on a shoestring budget, over a very tight shooting window, by guys that are "semi-pro" (for lack of a better word...)

Anyways, with that in mind, I thought the movie was excellent. First of all, it has a plot line, that's solid, and thought provoking. More than I can say for those robot films... The acting isn't bad at all, absolutely no worse than Shia's, so don't see that argument either. Yes, I will agree the soundtrack was a bit overbearing at times, so audio I would consider the weakest part of the film, the actors didn't seem mic'd properly a few times, but no where near killed the movie for me. Camera work was solid, and effects felt appropriate to the situation.

Overall, I enjoyed the film, felt the story was intriguing and deep. Which I what I watch movies for, not from eye candy. It held me through the entire film. People just need to watch it as an indie production and stop expecting a $200 million dollar budget.


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