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Willy Beachum is about to change his successful job as DA for a well-paid job at a corporate lawfirm. Only things he still need to do is sign a contract and round up his last case. Things look pretty simple with that case: Ted Crawford shot his wife and confessed to the cop that came to arrest him. They even have a written confession! However, what Willy doesn’t know is that Ted carefuly planned everything and when during trial Crawford suddenly comes with a couple of very surprising statements, it looks like he’ll walk. If Willy doesn’t manage to get Crawford in jail, he can kiss his well-paid new job goodbye and his reputation along with it.

Sound and Vision:
The image quality is decent but doesn’t shine at any time. There’s enough detail, no obnoxious compression errors, a decent contrast and all, but at no point you’ll be amazed.

The same can be said about the sound which is good with crystal dialogues but nothing really stands out

A couple of deleted and alternative scenes, that’s all.

Fracture is a very good movie for those that like cat & mouse games or court dramas. The suspense is constantly present and Anthony Hopkins shines again like in Silence of the Lambs. It’s like watching a less violent version of Hannibal Lecter. Great! Without a doubt, Fracture is one of the better movies we’ve seen lately and you won’t regret getting this one. Only minor downpoints are the quite thin extras.

Our Score:

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