Recently I happened to see both "12 Angry Men
" (1957) and "Anatomy Of A Murder
" (1959). I simply loved "12 Angry Men" more than any other court trial movie I have ever seen. The entire movie is taken in a jury room, not set in the exact court room. None of the characters' names are introduced till the end of the movie. The kind of questions that Henry Fonda raises, simply amazing.
Anatomy Of A Murder is another good movie, in which how an attorney asks questions that the jury is driven to acquit a first degree murderer. More than the hero (James Stewart), I loved the arguments raised by George C. Scott.
Well, if you love drama, I bet you would thoroughly enjoy these two movies.