It's a meaty film, filled with ideas unobscured by any generic narrative string, a move that shows not only the confidence of the director but his respect of the audience. This is one that'll have people talking.
Joseph Jon LanthierSlant Magazine
Tim Heidecker's Swanson does not amuse us in spite of the pity he inspires but because of it.
For a catalog of aggressively stupid, socially deviant male behavior, Rick Alverson's cheekily titled The Comedy is not without a certain subversive intelligence.