12 Angry Men

12 Angry Men

During the trial of a man accused of his father's murder, a lone juror takes a stand against the guilty verdict handed down by the others as a result of their preconceptions and prejudices. The film is adapted by Reginald Rose from his own 1957 film version (directed by Sidney Lumet) and from the Westinghouse One television production that predated it. George C. Scott won a Golden Globe for his supporting role; righteous juror Jack Lemmon was denied such an honor for Best Actor, but recipient Ving Rhames (for Don King) dedicated his award to Lemmon.

Twelve men must decide the fate of one when one juror objects to the jury's decision. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


12 Angry Men torrent reviews

Jill W (es) wrote: Glee sing just as good as they do on the TV programmer.

Hieu N (jp) wrote: A bit over-hyped but without doubt a decent Asian flick. The slump was portrayed much more vivid and truthful than Slumdog Millionaire, and acting quite authentic.

Sheetal V (us) wrote: One of those movies I watch whenever it comes on. That scene at the end when Ayesha Takia is in her pink engagement sharara, with sports shoes and a knapsack slung on her back in the streets of Mumbai! I liked very much.

Markus S (de) wrote: Very fathful retelling of Melvin Van Peeble's struggle to make Sweetback

Joe H (br) wrote: Classic spoof. Haven't seen for years but Idle and Coltrane, come on!

Matthew C (de) wrote: Though not without its moments of groan-inducing schmaltz, this classic does a good job at capturing a big ol' slice of the parenting experience through relatable emotions and often hilarious situations. The brilliant cast -- all getting opportunities to flex comedic or dramatic chops that audiences aren't used to seeing -- really elevate the proceedings and provide characters who are enjoyable to watch throughout the emotional highs and lows. Whether you're a child or parent, were born in the 80s or 90s, or have grown up kids or little ones, there's something really nostalgic about this film, its setting, and its content. While not perfect (many of the more mature moments of comedy seem a bit out of place, for instance), you'll see something of your life in here somewhere, and offer a few well-deserved chuckles.

Christopher B (fr) wrote: Decent enough creature feature. If you should happen to doze off late at night don't sweat it - the last vignette is the weaker story. Good chick flick if you enjoy screaming though.

Troy F (fr) wrote: This one definitely made up for the 2nd one, managing to continue it off without trouble. This time the situation of the first film is reversed onto the apes as they make their way to earth in a time where it was inhabited by humans through a time warp in travel. There's fun and suspense to be had with this one, making for a satisfying entry, and Cornelius and Zira remaining as strong and likeable characters. Well done.

Alex A (de) wrote: Rebel Without a Cause is effortlessly cool thanks to James Dean's excellent lead, smooth dialogue, pacing and relatable characters/story. The cinematography here seemed very ahead of its time, the first ten or so minutes in the police station was instantly absorbing and the climax was bittersweet, and fitting. Rebel Without a Cause is deliciously confident with itself and no doubt a film of its era with switchblades and greaser-like characters, but it's themes are timeless, it's style is unforgettable and it's structure is suave.