12 Angry Men
Juror Number Seven
In the 1957 film 12 Angry Men, Juror number 7 wasn't the most oblivious one out of the bunch. He was confused on somethings, yelling at the other jurors about their decisions and why they kept changing their votes. He was also one that was changing the votes. He was indecisive also. He didn't do much planning before he opened his mouth to argue with one of the other jurors about their opinions. However he did like some of the other jurors ideas on how they could figure out whether the boy was guilty or not. He tried copying other jurors ideas in his own way. He was about the second stubborn one in that meeting room. But once he figured out what vote he was going to go with, he finally said it and stuck to it.