Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive (2013)

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Aziz Ansari focuses his unique viewpoint on pending adulthood, babies, marriage and love in the modern era.

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29 August 2018 | paul_haakonsen
6
| Definitely full of energy...
I have seen Aziz Ansari before in some stand-up comedy shows and he has been quite funny. So when I found "Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive" on Netflix, of course I took the time to sit down and watch it.

This 2013 show was actually quite entertaining in most aspects. There were some moments though where he derailed himself, in my opinion. And those were when he sunk to the below-the-belt jokes, which unfortunately were too many of throughout the show. And also the bit about couples having children was also dragged on for a little bit too long, as it started to become strained to listen to again and again.

It should be said that Aziz Ansari is a funny man and he definitely has a good on-stage presence. And he is good at delivering the material, and he feels very naturally at home on the stage.

There were some good laughs throughout the show as well. So whether or not you are familiar with Aziz Ansari or not, then this 2013 show is definitely worth watching.

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