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Master of None’s Italian Film Influences

Master of None’s Italian Film Influences

(SPOILERS) Master of None‘s┬ásecond season makes no secret of its Italian neorealist influence. But ScreenPrism gives a great breakdown of the show’s ambitious yet successful mission: adopting the dour style for the middle class while remaining sincere.

Ansari & Fallon: Bad Yelp Reviews

Ansari & Fallon: Bad Yelp Reviews

During Aziz Ansari’s recent appearance on The Tonight Show, he teamed up with Jimmy Fallon to do a dramatic reading of some negative Yelp reviews, and retorts from businesses. If it doesn’t work out for the business owners, they could have a second career in comedy.

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Master of None (Trailer)

Master of None (Trailer)

(PG-13 Language) A new comedy starring Aziz Ansari as a 30-something actor in NYC who struggles with indecisiveness, and becoming an adult in the Big Apple, deftly mixing in the standup’s humor about racial stereotypes and relationships. Drops 11/6 on Netflix.

Emceez Ansari

Emceez Ansari

Aziz Ansari doesn’t really hide his affinity for all things hip hop. That’s probably what makes this tumblr featuring his funny mug ‘shopped onto some of the greatest rap albums of all time so great.

Reggie and Aziz

Reggie and Aziz

Comedians Reggie Watts and Aziz Anzari improvise a sexy love song about going out on a date, eating a sandwich and some cheese. It’s almost like Flight of the Conchords live on in their bloodstreams.

Dangerously Delicious

Dangerously Delicious

(NSFW: Language) Inspired by the success of Louis CK’s customer-friendly release, Aziz Ansari is also selling his own stand-up special Dangerously Delicious for just $5, uncensored and uncut.

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