The Twelve (2019) - Drama, Thriller

Hohum Score

78

Boring

Twelve ordinary people are called for jury duty for a murder case as traumatizing as it is controversial in which a woman stands trial for killing her own blood.

IMDB: 7.7
Director:
Stars: Luc De Ruelle, Zouzou Ben Chikha
Length: 50 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 8 out of 43 found boring (18.6%)

One-line Reviews (23)

A ten hours legal drama requires no plot loopholes and a better legal scrutiny thru expert and better paid script reviewers.

Despite the despicable performance of the actors, the terrible job in the Italian translation and the poor cast, I found the story very intriguing and inspiring.

After about 30 minutes into the first episode my wife turned to me and said, "This is really boring!

The people complaining about the inconsistencies, mom sequiturs and gaps are right but I still really enjoyed it !

This show is incredibly stupid slow and boring.

Wonderfull acting, gripping story lines.

Definitely worth the watch .

Generally speaking,the series was good all the way,except for the last episode which gave us a very confusing ending.

Very intriguing .

I found this series fascinating.

Very slow .

Absurd and incoherent but still suspenseful and entertaining .

Although the acting is great all around, the story/plot is very confusing, and by the end of the last episode it all seems to make very little sense.

I thoroughly enjoyed it and about halfway through the third episode knew I was witnessing genius at work.

Waste of time .

Very solid crafted plot, compelling in every episode, and with a complex thought provoking twisted ending.

It's a drama for sure with a well drawn out storyline and great acting.

Although, that too is drab.

In addition to a gripping court room drama, "The Twelve" gives the viewer simultaneous insight into the troubled lives of each of the jurors.

Anyway the acting was good, the situations were compelling and I really enjoyed looking forward to the next episodes.

This series drew me in very quickly because of the compelling story, excellent acting and the outstanding cinematography.

Lousy acting, a shoddy screenplay, inexplicable subplots, this waste of time and money has it all.

From the gripping storyline to the very disappointing ending...