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There's a sharper point to Uncle Kent 2, although the sequel's also something of an endurance test, in ways the original never was.
Despite the thin story and Rohal's merely efficient direction, the effort suggests bold new prospects in independent filmmaking.
A funnier and more imaginative film than its predecessor, but it's still what you might call a niche proposition.
Uncle Kent 2 is one of those movies that makes you think, "Why is this here?"
The big problem throughout Uncle Kent 2 is that while it can offer some amusement, it all feels like an inside joke.
Keyed-up and ludicrously over-the-top. Scarcely are sequels so ambitious -- or so original.
An animator has a personal meltdown in this absurdist comedy whose nerd-bro sensibilities are very much a matter of taste.
Woefully melodramatic, full of overused, poetic asides, and feels much longer than its relatively brief running time.
An arch commentary on both worthless indie ramblings and soulless studio sequels, it's also oddly charming, marbling its indie intellectualism with Osborne's goofy humor and aging slacker mournfulness.
Osborne's not really an actor and the film never entirely commits to any conventional notion of a narrative, but both prove beguiling and compelling...Uncle Kent 2 is fearless, farfetched and very funny.
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