The Trials of Cate McCall (2013)
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as Cate McCall
as Austin Moseley
as Det. Welch
as Mrs. Stubbs
as Justice Sumpter
as Wilson George
as Justice Wender
as Ms. Timmins
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Although predictable and slightly repulsive at times (seems like Beckinsale's character's personal life track is forcefully added to the plot to adjust the runtime of the film), I found it otherwise worth a watch!!!
Manipulation and Second Chance in Life. Very good Film! Movies related to lawyers and court rooms are usually engaging and "The Trials of Cate McCall" is no exception, with a good story of manipulation and second chance in life with many twists. Once again Kate Beckinsale proves that is not only gorgeous, but also a great actress with a wonderful performance. The plot and characters are well developed and the plot point surprises. In California, Cate McCall is an alcoholic lawyer that was put on probation and rehab. She had an argument with a judge that sent her to the Breathalyzer test and the bar put her on probation in a small office. Cate is also fighting to recover custody of her daughter that lives with her father that is moving to Seattle. Cate is assigned to defend Lacey Stubbs, who has appealed claiming that she had been wrongly accused of murdering another woman since there was a trial error. Further, Lacey also tells that she was raped by a guard in the prison. Cate, who has never lost a case, investigates the case with his friend Bridges and they find evidences that might prove that Lacey is innocent and her case is fabricated. But is she really not guilty?
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