Fracture (2007) Trailer

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Fracture (2007) - Trailer

Fracture (2007) - Trailer
Year: 2007
Genres: Thriller, Drama, Mystery, Crime
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M13S
Cast: Billy Burke, Anthony Hopkins, Embeth Davidtz, Xander Berkeley, Tom Virtue, Gary Carlos Cervantes, Rosamund Pike, Jonathan Nation, Mirron E. Willis, David Keith Anderson, Gonzalo Menendez, Josh Stamberg, Don Abernathy, Bob Gunton, David Strathairn, Wendy Cutler, Cooper Thornton, Zoe Kazan, Rachel Zeskind, Larry Sullivan, Alla Korot, Peter Breitmayer, Noush Skaugen, John Littlefield, Yorgo Constantine, Payton Koch, Sharon Jordan, Cooper Koch, Elizabeth Rivera, Sophie Hoblit
Director(s): Gregory Hoblit

Trailer: Fracture (2007)

An attorney, intent on climbing the career ladder toward success, finds an unlikely opponent in a manipulative criminal he is trying to prosecute.

Academy Award® winner Anthony Hopkins and Academy Award® nominee Ryan Gosling are brilliant in this "exceptionally suspenseful nail-biter" (Rex Reed) that's so smart it "doesn't let go, even after the final twist" (Gene Shalit, "Today"). Ted Crawford (Hopkins) brutally murders his wife and calmly waits for the police to arrest him. With the weapon and a signed confession in hand, Deputy D.A., Willy Beachum (Gosling), believes a conviction is a slam dunk; that is until the case completely unravels. Now, with little evidence, Beachum goes head to head with the cunning Mr. Crawford in a desperate search for the truth and the answer to one burning question: How is this guy getting away with murder? #Trailer #WB via Fracture - Trailer


Wealthy, brilliant, and meticulous Ted Crawford, a structural engineer in Los Angeles, shoots his wife and entraps her lover. He signs a confession; at the arraignment, he asserts his rights to represent himself and asks the court to move immediately to trial. The prosecutor is Willy Beachum, a hotshot who's soon to join a fancy civil-law firm, told by everyone it's an open and shut case. Crawford sees Beachum's weakness, the hairline fracture of his character: Willy's a winner. The engineer sets in motion a clockwork crime with all the objects moving in ways he predicts.