Uncle Kent 2

In a desperate search to create a follow-up to Joe Swanberg's 2011 film Uncle Kent, Kent Osborne travels to a comic book convention in San Diego where he loses his mind and confronts the end of the world.


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  • ★★★★★ review by nathan smith on Letterboxd

    "an internet age version of DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE except instead of not being able to eat a meal, kent can't have an orgasm." - andrew swafford

  • ★★★★ review by Marie Bardi on Letterboxd

    I can't believe this exists and I'm so happy it does.

    The singularity is approaching, y'all.

  • ★★★½ review by Nathan Rabin on Letterboxd

    I'm not sure this movie needed to be made, but I am glad it was, although, honestly, the novelization is better.

  • ★★★★ review by Andrew Infante on Letterboxd

    Klassik Kent

  • ★★★½ review by Matty Stanfield on Letterboxd

    The sequel to Joe Swanberg and Kent Osbornes' experimental 2011 film takes an unexpected turn into dark humor surrealism. The first 8 minutes of this film are credited to Swanberg as director, but Todd Rohal takes over from that point forward.

    No one can argue that Osborne and Rohal played it safe. The existential concerns of "Uncle Kent" are still present, but they morph into surprising twists. Many of the talented actors from the world of Independent Film are present. Steve Little and Lyndsay Hailey really stand out. Even 'Weird Al' Yankovic pops up!

    "Uncle Kent 2" may not be what is expected, but this is entertaining -- most importantly, it is creative and innovative.

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