12 Angry Men
Drama • NR • 1957 • 1 hr 37 min
It’s a movie set in one room with just talking. But the characters, breakdown of the case, and the conflicts made for a fantastic watch!
Some of the best dialogue to exist in film. It will remain a classic for all time
It's got a timeless quality and makes some compelling arguments. For being 12 men talking in a room it's pretty attention grabbing.
The fact the whole movie is set in one room and is completely gripping tells you all you need know. One of the finest movies ever, must see!
An absolute classic. Purely realistic dialogue that keeps you hooked for the entire runtime. Somehow makes 12 nameless men distinct.
Good film, great writing not that exciting of a theme for me personally.
One of the great all time thrillers, played out in real time. Wonderfully staged and written
A gripping tale that gives you an appreciation for great acting and good characters. the movie starts off slow but picks up. Give it a shot!
You wouldn't think a cast of this size in a movie that takes place in a single room could be so captivating. And yet, it is.
Great film centred around jury. If you’ve ever been on a jury some of you will relate. Its focus is all about one question. Reasonable doubt
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