Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive

Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive

Standup comedian Aziz Ansari ("Parks and Recreation") headlines his third standup special, where he shares his uniquely hilarious perspective on fears of adulthood, babies, marriage, and more. Ansari's look at life on the cusp of 30 years old is smart, unfiltered, and hysterical.

Aziz Ansari focuses his unique viewpoint on pending adulthood, babies, marriage and love in the modern era. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive torrent reviews

Alan P (mx) wrote: This documentary presents a pretty interesting hypothetical story. It is entertaining, and the artwork is stylish. The issues it presents (global warming, the reduction of natural resources, the exploding population, etc) are pretty alarming and does deserve some scrutiny. But I also feel that this film desperately deploys scare tactics to coerce the audience into symphasizing with the environmentalist cause. The story itself has some wishy-washy moments that try to force some tears out of the audience. If this film was more objective, I would have liked it better and rated it higher. It's not bad as it is, but I feel that it is slightly biased, and might even be a form of propaganda.

Austin G (ag) wrote: This is a prime cut in the mumblecore genre. The portrayal of two people who roam NYC and talk about various things seems like a somewhat okay plot. However, what makes it great are the conversations themselves. It's a dialogue driven movie and at times it feels like it's driving it in the right direction. Where it can seem to fail is that it can seem like a bit of a bore to people who are anti-mumblecore or anti-indie film. **Please Note: This movie will not be for everyone. This will probably fit only a few number of people, me being one of them.**

Daniel M (nl) wrote: I'll never understand why this movie has the ratings it has, it sets out to do everything you'd want from a popcorn movie and then some.David Fincher wasn't trying to make an autobiography (The Social Network) or a statement about society (Fight Club) or a paint a picture about humanity (Se7en) he was trying to make a popcorn movie, and he made an amazing one.

Brian P (fr) wrote: A sort of telling of the real Ed Gein story. Who knows how much truth there is to it. watchable?! might get alittle boring... but interesting indeed....

Martha S (fr) wrote: I enjoyed the movie a lot. There could have been more sustenance. such as blaming the wife for convincing Buddy he was a looser when he wasn't. She should have been made to understand more. We as movie watchers should have had it made clears on the fact it was a true story.Martha Stearns Quanah,Tx.

Antoine S (us) wrote: Rien d'autre a deplorer que le passage trop long de la rencontre et de l'apprivoisement entre Alexandre et le petit Albanais, qui nous extirpe de l'enchantement du film, dont le sujet aurait a mon sens du etre du debut a la fin la lucidite d'un vieillard sur sa vie manquee.Le dernier plan-sequence est anthologique.

Donovan D (mx) wrote: Gee; I'm really beginning to wonder if some Christians - the kind that take the time out to form picket lines outside controversial films - even bother watching the movies they condemn before declaring them as blasphemous. For a film as vilified as Jean-Luc Godard's Hail Mary, I was expecting some serious Luis Bunuel-level sacrilege. Instead, I was thoroughly surprised to a find a theistic film that even gave a wonderfully vivid analogy in support of Creationism(!). I'll admit that the film's seemingly constant depiction of a nude Mary will certainly challenge more conservative notions of sexuality, but to suggest this film is at all contemptuous of Christianity seems like absurd reactionism. What is a fair criticism of this film is that it is - like most Godard post-Pierrot Le Fou - an extreme excursion in pretentiousness. Godard's once-brilliant abrupt cutting of music is used here to detrimentally jarring effect, and the flashing of 'En Ce Temps La' at irregular intervals added little to the film other than to my annoyance. Worst still, a parallel plot involving a girl named Eva and her nameless lover lends nothing to the rest of the proceedings, and goes nowhere at all. I think the moral of the story surrounding the film is a very simple one: instead of unnecessarily (and wrongfully) condemning a work as blasphemous, perhaps it would serve Christians better to interact with the film and denounce it on more justifiable grounds - that it is not particularly good art. Kudos to Godard for the Creationism analogy, but like most of his later work, there is little to recommend here.

Cheryl V (gb) wrote: I'm so happy this is finally out on dvd!

Allison S (au) wrote: The actresses' skin is less taught. Other than that it's the French version of a Hollywood feel-good flick. Middle-class husband and wife reach out to unrepentant robber who's good on the inside.

Shelley M (br) wrote: Can't believe Al Pacino was in such a poorly done movie. I think the story could have worked but it was all over the place and the acting was very poor.

David K (gb) wrote: Very messy but a good sci-fi flick nonetheless.

James D (it) wrote: Not as bad as I would have first though.