Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle Review


The Machine does it again with a mind-blowing comedy special that might just be his best yet.

We review the Netflix stand-up comedy special Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle.

A little known fact Bert Kreischer was voted top partyer by Rolling Stoneand this article led to the creation of National Lampoon’s Van Wilder. In 2009, Kreischer filmed his first comedy special for Showtime, Pleasantly stupidand now fast forward to 2023, he debuts his fifth special (third for Netflix), Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle.

Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle Review

At Bert’s Shrieker: Razzle Dazzle He spills in a riotous set of physical emissions, is bullied by his children, and is the explosive end of his family’s escape room trip.

He comes on stage wearing a long-sleeved shirt and quickly rips his shirt like he’s Hulk Hogan. He then starts with a little bit about his hair and how he wanted his wife to cut it. He would do it himself if she refused until his kids came in. Well, for starters, I didn’t like it. I understand Bert’s dirty humor and usually love him, but that wasn’t his strongest opening.

When he talks about how his family makes fun of him by calling him “Baby Walrus,” I die of laughter. I love it when comedians tell stories about their families, but what made this story funnier was that his family mocked him behind his back. Bert knew he had gold here because he went on to destroy his wife and children with a series of jokes that followed. This was pure comedy gold.

My favorite joke of the whole special was his post about the snow machine incident at his daughter’s choir performance. I mean it when I tell you that Bert made me cry with laughter. It has to be one of the best bits I’ve heard this year and one of the better kid jokes I’ve heard in a long time – an instant classic.

Once he gets over that bumpy start, Bert delivers as always, with some hilarious jokes. Between this and Chris Rock: Selective outrage, it’s going to be hard press that both specials don’t make the top of my list at the end of the year. Sure, I understand why his raunchy humor can turn people off, but he landed perfectly for me. No political messages on stage either, just funny jokes about funny things, that’s how stand-up comedy should be.

Is Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle any good?

Yes. Bert Razzle Dazzled in what may be his favorite stand-up special yet. It was so hilarious that I watched it again as soon as it was over. The way he includes his family is nothing short of amazing. So if you love stand-up comedy or Bert Kreischer, you’ll find it here.

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