In research paper format, analyze and critically evaluate the movie “Twelve Angry Men”.
A successful paper will convey a solid thesis statement and will provide evidence to support the reasoning. You should make a claim (any position relevant to the topic), support the premise with cited sources and show your logic. Write a 9-10 page analytical case study that includes a title page, introduction, body, conclusion, and references. Be sure to adhere to the APA standard. Provide an introduction that starts broad and concludes with a thesis statement that narrows a reader’s focus to the findings that you intend to show. In your thesis statement indicate your position on the issue (the significance of the your findings about the case; the so what?). Then, within the body of the paper, in subsequent paragraphs, explain your position and provide evidence to support your findings (this should be the longer, substantive part of your paper). In the body of the paper identify the critical elements leading to critical thinking success or failure using key concepts from the course and examples from within the case study. This is the section where you show your logic and the main points of reasoning that lead you to your position. Finally, add a conclusion section. The conclusion is a summary of the logical reasoning you presented within the paper.