9 Aziz Anzari’s Jokes That Totally Hit Home For Latinos

From little problems with our family at home, to larger problems across the film industry, Aziz Ansari’s original Netflix series, “Master Of None,” totally relates to the Latino community. Here are a couple scenes that definitely touch home:

As first generation children, we take every moment possible to thank our parents for their sacrifices.❤️


Yet it feels like everything we do will never be enough to repay them.

However, that doesn’t stop our parents from lecturing us about how their childhood was so much more difficult than ours.


Although we don’t want to admit, we know our childhood is a breeze compared to our parents’ and sometimes we don’t fully realize and appreciate that.

Dev also understands the struggle of having to help our parents with technology. ?


And it isn’t easy. ?

No matter how many times we try to teach them, sometimes it’s helpless.?


Technology is a completely different language to our parents, and we’re pretty much their translators.

In addition to Dev’s parents, “Master of None” also gives us Denise and Rachel:


They completely understand that women are constantly objectified.

They both give us a taste of the type of oppression women experience on a day-to-day basis.


Denise and Rachel give us the raw truth: women are not treated equally. This is seen clearly in the Latina wage gap across the U.S.

In regards to the world of entertainment, “Master of None” portrays the issue of minorities being given stereotypical roles in films.


When auditioning for the role of an “unnamed cab driver,” Dev is asked to do an Indian accent and is then kicked out of the audition because he refuses to do the accent. So is he not “Indian enough” for the role of a cab driver?

Dev talks to his friend about this audition and points out: “Isn’t it frustrating that so much of the stuff we go out for is just stereotypes? Look I get it. There probably is a Pradeep who runs a convenience store, and I have nothing against him, but why can’t there be a Pradeep just once who’s, like, an architect, or he designs mittens or does one of those jobs?” – “Master of None”

This same issue is seen amongst Latinas in the film industry:

It’s time to stop casting Latinas as hot-headed, sexy, maids.

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What if you were told you weren’t “Latina enough”? 

After his awful audition, Dev highlights the issue of Indians being underrepresented in films:


There are white, non-Indian actors that often play the roles of Indians in films.

And the underrepresentation of Latinos in the film industry is just as problematic. Remember when Ben Affleck was cast as Tony Mendez in 2012’s “ARGO”?


Unfortunately, “ARGO” has not been the only film with white, non-Latino actors being cast as Latinos. 

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The Trailer For ‘The Last Days Of American Crime’ Is A Pulse-Pounding Thriller You Need


The Trailer For ‘The Last Days Of American Crime’ Is A Pulse-Pounding Thriller You Need

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Édgar Ramírez is one of the most handsome men in Hollywood, tbh. It helps that he is good at what he does as well. The Venezuelan actor and former journalist is in a new movie from Netflix called “The Last Days of American Crime.”

Imagine the story of the last crime ever committed in the U.S.

Netflix’s “The Last Days of American Crime” is a visual retelling of the famous graphic novel. The story is one of crime, big government, and action rolled into one film. Édgar Ramírez plays criminal Graham Bricke and he is after that proverbial last score before committing a crime in the U.S. becomes impossible.

The criminals in the movie are fighting against the implementation of a device the hinders criminals motionless. The device emits a sound that freezes them in their place preventing them from committing any crimes. Bricke experiences the device when robbing a bank and his brother dies.

The rest of the story is one of pursuing the ultimate final heist and getting revenge. The movie will leave you on the edge of your seat while you watch the criminals do everything in their power to make sure their last score is the best and most historic.

“The Last Days of American Crime” is out June 5 on Netflix.

Netflix has been delivering some stellar content with Latino actors in the leads. The trailer for “The Last Days of American Crime” promises a crime thriller with all of the emotional ups and downs you can handle.

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This Man Posts A Video Highlighting Mexican ‘Avatar The Last Airbender’ Characters And It’s So Accurate


This Man Posts A Video Highlighting Mexican ‘Avatar The Last Airbender’ Characters And It’s So Accurate

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Who here loves “Avatar The Last Airbender”? It is one show that has been around for so long that the fanbase can only grow. The show is a fantasy ride that will take you to some of the most imaginative places. However, one fan realized something no one else did: some of the characters are Mexicans. Here’s what he found.


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Roku, a.k.a. “El Espiritu,” is one of the Mexicanos rocking it in the Fire Nation. Roku’s memory served as a guiding force for Aang along his long and storied journey. It is like that one compa you have who is always able to help you out of a jam. You never know how he will do it but he always does.


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You might know Sokka as the defacto leader of the Water Nation for a time. When he was younger, Sokka wanted to join his father in the war. He tried his best and left with all of the men to join the fight. However, he was too young to fight and was sent back but was the oldest male and became the leader of the tribe. Much like that primo we all have who is the oldest of the primos and teaches us everything. Where would we be without that primo?


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Zuko was born into the royal family of the Fire Nation. The prince abdicated his throne and lived in exile. For years, Zuko tried his best to catch the long-lost Avatar to get back into his kingdom. We all know that one friend that is trying to make up for something. At the end of the day, he is a good dude but he just has some things that he has to work out.

“Avatar the Last Airbender” fans are asking for more.

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There are so many more people that can be made into Mexican airbenders. The first three are already a success for the TikTok user with more than 234,000 views. Fans want more and it just seems like the perfect time to create more.

And it wasn’t just the setup.

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The TikTok user came through with his joke. Not only was the haircut so on point, he included a bunch of easter eggs. One of them was the América jersey that left some viewers screaming. Watch the video here and enjoy.

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