DavidvGoliath’s review published on Letterboxd:
Everyone becomes Juror #3 in an argument nowadays.
12 Angry Men shows how humans must put aside personal prejudices to reach a common goal. I really think the lessons this film demonstrates are very applicable to our society today and how we must handle things. One scene in particular caught my attention: when the older juror accuses the younger juror of being the one to vote not guilty in the beginning because of previous knowledge really paralleled well with the meaning of the film as a whole.
Also, the camera work really did not feel repetitive or bland at all, especially for being filmed on one set.