See, I'm looking for motive. . Now, from what was presented at the trial, it seems that the boy is guilty, but maybe if we go deeper. Oh now, he's mad, you mad? It could mean a hell of a lot! Look, eleven men voted guilty. Look, he came home to get his knife.
In the event that you do find the accused guilty, the bench will not entertain a recommendation for mercy. Juror 8 tests how well Juror 4 remembers previous days, which he does, with difficulty. One thing that always amazes me is how these lawyers can talk and talk, even on a case as obvious as this one. I mean I'm just thinking out loud, but it seems to me that it's up to us to convince this gentleman that we're right and he's wrong. So then what do you wanna do about it? Now, he says that about 10 minutes after 12 on the night of the killing he heard a loud noise from upstairs.
I'm just saying that it's possible. I've got a different technique, you know? The episode flips the film's format and depicts one holdout convincing the jury to convict the privileged defendants of assault against a less well-off victim, despite their lawyers initially convincing 11 jury members of a not guilty verdict. Before long, the trial of an oppressed youth becomes a meditation on social justice. I figure once you get up that high in years, you know, deserve a little break? When Juror 5 also African-American changes his verdict to Not Guilty, 10 is quick to accuse him of selling out to the white man. Well go on, just take a guess! Yeah, but it could mean it! Maybe the gentleman who's disagreeing down there could tell us why. Petersen, Edward James Olmos, Hume Cronyn, James Gandolfini, Dorian Harewood, Ossie Davis, and Courtney B. I mean, what's the difference? Like in the original, tempers flare as it is a hot day and there is no air conditioner.
While she's paying, he sits in the passenger seat, strewing the flowers and things. I remember I was arguing with this guy that I work next to at the bank, so he called me an idiot, so I was yelling. We'll let him slip through our fingers! I don't have anything brilliant and I already know what you all know. Nobody could know something like that. It's one of the products I work on at the ad agency: Rice Pops.
This is an exception to the rule that remakes can't be great. When a young hiker stumbles onto an isolated farm after losing her way on the Appalachian Trail, she is taken in by a strange yet beautiful couple desperate to protect a secret deep in the mountains. The life of another is at stake. You're not gonna change anybody's mind! A man like this needs to be recognised, to be listened to, to be quoted, just once. In order to keep Israel out of the war, and the coalition together the Scuds had to be stopped. You know, it reminds me of the. If he did hear it, he may not have connected it with his own act.
I just don't find it easy to raise my hand and send a boy to prison for life or maybe even to be executed without talking about it first. That's not a very good headstart. Listen to this man, he knows what he's talking about. 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. This man is a dangerous killer, you could see it. As I said earlier, right up until the point that Juror 3 makes his speech to the other jurors at the end, this film was a disappointment when compared to the 1957 film. Only three minutes take place that are not set in the jury room.
Showing reviews 1-10 of 15. He had to get it before the police did. Well it's not easy to stand alone against the ridicule of others. And no one saw him going into or out of the theater. Based on a true story, this film depicts the life of Theodore Robert Bundy, the serial killer.
Juror 10 then vents a torrent of condemnation of slum people, claiming they are no better than animals who kill for fun. Am I correct so far? I used to play in a backyard that was full of garbage, maybe it still smells on me! This irritates some of the other jurors, who are impatient for a quick deliberation, especially Juror 7 who has tickets to the evening's game, and Juror 10 who demonstrates blatant prejudice against people from slums. Having argued several points, Juror 8 requests another vote, this time by secret ballot. Made for cable television remake of the 1957 classic about twelve jurors quick to condemn a Latino youth on trial for murdering his father before reviewing the evidence. That means he had to walk.
In the United States, the verdict in criminal cases must be unanimous. Listen, you wanna do this? I know who did it. But for reasons that will become clear the fact that this film is a remake of an earlier film is quite important to any review of it. He knifed his own father, four inches into the chest. No, a guy who talks like that to an old man ought to get stepped on, know what I mean? Do you think the guy's an idiot or something? Come on now, it's over. It may sound peculiar, but the direction lets the film down by trivializing the weather. If you analyze the figures on the.