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Two Jakes, The (1990)

ID: 33473
Rating:
Starring: Jack NicholsonRuben BladesRichard FarnsworthFrederic ForrestHarvey KeitelDavid KeithMadeleine StoweMeg TillyEli Wallach
Director: Jack Nicholson
Category: DramaSuspense / ThrillerIndependent
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Widescreen1.85:1(Anamorphic)
Audio:
ENGLISH:DolbyDigital5.1[CC]
ENGLISH:DolbyDigitalSurround[CC]
FRENCH:DolbyDigitalSurround
Subtitles: English
Length: 137 mins
Release Date: 1999-11-23
Rental: $ 4.00
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Jack Nicholson returns as private eye Jake Gittes in this atmospheric Chinatown follow-up that's hit upon " the elusive sequel formula for somehow enhancing a great original" (Mike Clark, USA Today).
Much has changed since we last saw Jake.The war has come and gone; 1948 Los Angeles teems with optimism and fast bucks. But there's one thing Jake knows hasn't changed: "Nine times out of ten, if you follow the money you will get to the truth."And that's the trail he follows when a routine case of marital hanky panky explodes into a murder that's tied to a grab for oil - and to Jake's own past.



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