New York Times: A Gene That Doesn’t Recede ‘2 Jacks,’ a Satire of Hollywood Machinations

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By STEPHEN HOLDEN
Published: October 17, 2013

With a cocked eyebrow and a sly grin that with a slight curl of a lip can turn into a nasty scowl, Danny Huston portrays Jack Hussar, a reasonable facsimile of his father, the famed director John Huston, in “2 Jacks.” Depending on your perspective, this satirical comedy about Hollywood nepotism and wheeling and dealing, adapted from Leo Tolstoy’s early short novel “Two Hussars,” is either a son’s revenge or a tribute.

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