A courtroom drama movie, the best I’ve ever watched. It was about debate and argument of 12 jurors to take a verdict over 18th years old boy defendant. He was accused of the killing of his father and death sentence was mandatory in this case. The strength of the movie was on smart dialogues, sharp diagnosis, meticulous attention to detail, awesome acting. The movie itself vividly showing us that great explanation deflects perspective. Cleverly distinguish an objective thought from the subjective one. Juror 8 consistently brought up objective criteria that were based on reasons and facts, continuously asked questions to prompt other Jurors to come to derivations of the fact from logic.
For those who are eager to learn English, add this movie to your list. Besides rich of impressive vocabulary and sentence style, you’ll get knowledge on how to convince people nicely. What is seen on the surface, don’t swallow unfiltered. Because things are not always what they seem; the first appearance deceives many; the intelligence of a few perceives what has been carefully hidden, Phaedrus says.