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2 Jacks

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Jack is a legendary filmmaker. As year went by, his son also step into the filming career path. Under much pressure of the father's success, Jack Jr finds his way to the Hollywood dream.
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New York Post
Based very loosely on an early short story by Leo Tolstoy, "Two Jacks" has a much less interesting second act ...
October 18, 2013
SSG Syndicate
Inconsistent yet reverential, it's a truly trivial pursuit.
October 19, 2013
New York Daily News
Rose's apparent intent is to show how little of Hollywood's Golden Age magic is left today. In that, at least, he succeeds .
October 17, 2013
Film Journal International
Granted, the Tolstoy story had the benefit of internal monologues that clarified motivations and impulses. But a good film finds ways of doing this through gesture, expression and other artful ways. This is not a good film.
October 17, 2013
San Diego Union-Tribune
John Huston's shadow looms over the entire film, and as shadows go, it is long and very hard to get out from under.
October 18, 2013
Slant Magazine
The embarrassingly low production value of Bernard Rose's 2 Jacks works symbiotically with the film's botched performances.
October 16, 2013
Arizona Republic
Mostly, it makes you feel like the only sober person at a party you can't leave.
October 17, 2013
Bernard Rose's fourth ultra-low-budget Tolstoy adaptation suffers from a slack narrative and abysmal dialogue.
October 21, 2013
Los Angeles Times
Unfortunately, these inconsistencies cause more confusion than the magic Rose is presumably going for.
October 17, 2013