Schulz Reacts: Netflix's Cuties | Andrew Schulz and Akaash Singh

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New York native and internationally touring stand-up, Andrew Schulz is known for his hilarious and unsafe comedy. He has starred in the sitcom BENDERS (now available on Netflix), can be seen in Amazon’s SNEAKY PETE, HBO’s CRASHING, and on MTV including GUY CODE and GIRL CODE.
In the podcast realm, Schulz can be heard on the wildly popular THE BRILLIANT IDIOTS - co-hosted by nationally syndicated radio and television personality Charlamagne tha God - the hilarious sports commentary podcast FLAGRANT 2, and the film and TV analysis podcast WESTERBROS. He has made major appearances on The Joe Rogan Experience, Bert Kreischer’s BERTCAST, Joey “coco” Diaz The Chuch of What’s Happening Now, and Theo Von’s This Past Weekend. He has even done solo interviews with the likes of Lil Duval and many others.
Andrew’s online presence has touched hundreds of millions of people across the globe and his unconventionally funny approach to the comedy world has launched him into stardome. His shows Dropping In and Inside Jokes will rack of hundreds of thousands of views weekly. Nothing is off limits for Schulz, from sex to race, and even the occasional audience heckler roast, Andrew is hungry to be the best. He can be seen in New York City performing regularly at New York Comedy Club and the Comedy Cellar.



  • True but then like people know it’s bad and the people that like it know it’s bad and they don’t care lol

    xToxicMattxToxicMatt2 gün önce
  • andrew really stretchin birth is not the same as sexualizing kids

    Jeff SalasJeff Salas2 gün önce
  • What is she saying, it happens to black women too, our skins are just sometimes too dark to see tf is she saying? 😹

    Azalea LusiAzalea Lusi7 gün önce
  • If you can't watch it, you should not defend it. I don't defend movies that I have never seen. The only people I have seen defend it are people who either have never watched it or said that the girls turned them on. I know about rape and sexualizing minors from documentaries and books. I don't need to see it. "Speak" is a great film and novel; I would recommend it over Cuties. The people who worked on the film sexualized and exploited the minors. Cameramen zoomed in on the crotches of minors and someone directed them to do it. They are the people they are trying to criticize.

    G PG P8 gün önce
  • The Prophecy 1995 34:00

    outofqoutofq12 gün önce
  • I think the point of the show is to force people to see the influence adults have on kids on the internet. EVERYONE can access the internet, and adults forget that kids are also on those same platforms. It's a reflection piece and it's really not about the kids twerking per se. It's like "look this is how youre influence your children and this is what they pay attention to. Be more aware".

    VISIONVISION14 gün önce
  • 8:00 word you're looking for is prepubescent

    VISIONVISION14 gün önce
  • The worst thing is that parents allow girls to dress like little thots, this is the liberal world we live in nowadays

    MSant RodMSant Rod19 gün önce
  • 6:34 this is so dumb. Yall are also ignorant so dont try to come here and start pretending to be activists. Theres a HUGE difference to 10yos and 17yos tf. Highschool/college is where you start exploring sexuality and its DUMB to pretend that “oh no, 17yos dont have sex” they do and its a reality and quite frankly not that bizarre(people used to marry at 14 lmao). Now having 10yos doing this shit... its just DISGUSTING. Because these young actors dont even know what they are doing as opposed to being a 17yo actor. So cut the Boy vs Girl bs cuz it would be JUST AS DISGUSTING. Also in euphoria and Skins(well idk about the other generations) they are like 20yo

    MarcoMarco20 gün önce
  • Nahhh Y'all got it wrong it's much worse than the trailer and the great message they claim to have is pretty much nonexistant

    Arnav ShahArnav Shah20 gün önce
  • The problem is the film does not condemn the societal concepts, it glorifies them. There’s a way to show truth and critique a problematic subject. Cuties does not do that, it glorifies it. The same way that Dexter is a glorified virtuous serial killer

    Ralph SunyRalph Suny23 gün önce
  • Cuties is disgusting, there is not any other way to look at it. Disgusting!!

    Manny RosadoManny Rosado23 gün önce
  • First hearing about it im like cmon it aint that bad.....saw somee SS...daym its bad and not in a good way

    NyCJT62NyCJT6223 gün önce
  • There's a difference between an actor portraying a bad thing to show how that thing is bad and having CHILDREN actually do the thing you know is bad. Imagine a movie about the evils of cocaine and they brought in a bunch of kids and made them do cocaine for real to show that kids using cocaine is bad. It's crazy.

    BawbertBawbert24 gün önce
  • I’m so happy when psychologist Andrew comes around.

    Sara PennSara Penn24 gün önce
  • Y'all take on this is dead on.

    Francisco AntonioFrancisco Antonio24 gün önce
  • Is Malèna fine? When a 12 yrs boy is fantasizing over an older woman? Cuties is like reading A Thousand Splendid Suns It shows how bad girls have it in this age of social media. They want to be hip and appealing to the opposite gender. There is scene where this fat girl in the dance group is puking in the girls toilet, cause she wants to fit in with her skinny friends. Bullying causes Bulimia, who knows? At the end the main character realizes dressing skimpily & seeking peer's attention is not her and she goes to her mother for solace. Despite being a problem child the mother takes her in as she knows her child had learned a lesson, that being a ratchet is not for kids.

    twenty6stwenty6s24 gün önce
  • cancel make-up for anyone under 16 Shultzy!

    Brad ParkerBrad Parker24 gün önce
  • Schulz is a sell out.

    Shawn HennessyShawn Hennessy25 gün önce
  • Those other shows had people over 18 playing teens but cuties has actually 10 year olds doing sexual stuff. That's the difference. It's different when you know what you are seeing is a grown adult doing stuff it makes it less weird.

    Mikayla BMikayla B25 gün önce
  • Those poor Japanese babies

    Michelle HoffmanMichelle Hoffman25 gün önce
  • Holy shit. Just... Holy shit....

    chase fosterchase foster26 gün önce
  • Pedowood, CA is drunk on their own bad juju.

    Christian SlaterChristian Slater26 gün önce
  • I, as a mom of two girls, applaud your decision for not seeing the movie. Thank you for not condoning this so-called ”art”. Very proud of all you men.

    patricia basurtopatricia basurto26 gün önce
  • When I saw the backlash this movie received, I knew I had to see it. Like anything with a buzz of controversy, it must be experienced for yourself or how else could you critique it with any degree of accuracy? After viewing it for myself, I now know that this film is NOT what it is being portrayed as. Like all things, I believe it comes down to a matter of perspective. If you wish to see it as pedo-fodder while hyper-sexualizing children then by all means do so. However, if you view it as a turbulent, modern-era, coming-of-age film created in the likes of Thirteen then perhaps you can see it for a little more. Please do not misunderstand, this film definitely has its uncomfortable moments (understatement) but this is an uncomfortable truth that can not and should not be ignored or relegated to just some perverted foreign dross. We've heard the saying "nothing is private" due to social media's stranglehold on society. If this is the case, then that means we cannot hide information from children, only provide context and filters. With that said, songs, movies, fashion styles intended for adults are going to find their way to children sometimes without context... and without filters. In the film, the protagonist Amy, an eleven-year-old girl who has just "become a woman" is struggling with identity. She is at that pivotal stage where we consider what it means to be an adult and how to act a little less like a child. During this rebellious phase, I truly felt for her confusion and at times felt the shame and embarrassment she had put upon herself attempting to become what she believes a woman should be. Her "friends" assist in this confusion by exposing her to videos meant for adults. Their actions throughout the film are mimics of what they see and are usually cringe worthy because children lack the understanding of why "sexy" is sexy. This quasi-imitation is what the naysayers are harping about and completely ignore the message of this film. The message, in my humble opinion, is that children are going to learn about sex, drugs, and rock and roll a whole helluva-alot sooner than we did and there's not a damn thing we can do to stop it. Similar to people blindly following the rhetoric of their political and religious leaders, children are going to blindly follow (and mimic) their social media leaders. The naysayers are upset that this film depicts children behaving like adults but conveniently ignore the realities of living in the social media prominent 2020. A smartphone is a one way ticket to loss-of-innocence because, with knowledge comes power, and with power comes corruption. The film was a warning and should be taken as such. My final thought is that I hope you watch this film and judge for yourself. If you feel the need to skip through the gyrating, I understand, but do not miss this movie. I personally could not watch the final dance number and skipped ahead until I saw the realization on Amy's face. I had referenced the film Thirteen earlier in this post because I truly see an unsettling resemblance with similar subject matter and an even more similar ending. Not for nothing but, Kids is another film from the 90's that tackles a taboo subject with no filters. Cuties isn't the first film of its kind and it should not be the last. We need a reminder at least once a decade to depict how next-gen kids are being influenced. This film does that and more.

    halfxbreed23halfxbreed2326 gün önce
  • You don't need to sexualize kids to showcase that it is bad, they could have used young looking 18yos instead of actual 11yos.

    RagnarTheRedRagnarTheRed26 gün önce
  • Something really concerning about this podcast is how you all seem to agree that girls being raped is worse than boys being raped?? Like both cases are genuinely disgusting. CHILDREN have to be protected at all costs. But as to the point of the movie, a lot of my girl classmates looked GROWN GROWN in 7th grade, 6th grade etc. Most started wearing makeup at 4th grade and it was really uncool to "play" we just had to sit around during break and play on or phones or gossip. None of the girls wanted to play, everyone just acted way too grown for their age, while the boys still played soccer during breaks. (I was born 2000)

    BooknerdJebbiBooknerdJebbi26 gün önce
  • My wife seen the film with my 13 year old daughter and both of them could hardly make it through the film. My wife said it's disgusting and beyond words. She was heart broken at the sexualization of these young women. This is getting real, it has to STOP!

    The Birthplace PodcastThe Birthplace Podcast26 gün önce
  • Netflix be like " This movie is dedicated to jeffrey epstein enjoy"

    Alfredgarigo1Alfredgarigo126 gün önce
    • I was just thinking that! Gishlaine maxwell was the producer before she got arrested

      Pablo AvilaPablo Avila25 gün önce
  • Remember the movie "kids" ...that was crazy....

    Oz R.Oz R.27 gün önce
  • So 1/3 into the movie and uh, doesn’t see what the fuss is about yet... 1 hour to go though. Will it get bad? You should also know that while living overseas, I happen upon a film where a child was conceived because a woman fell on a tomato cart that had previously been ejaculated on by some man, that was jerking off to her earlier. That child went on to have sex with a watermelon and rape a cat ( both depicted in the movie). I say this to say 1. I have yet to see worse than that 2. Foreign flicks are fucking weird

    LadysavagexXxXLadysavagexXxX27 gün önce
  • Those of you trying to defend the movie by saying "the movie isn't what you think" or "it's really about how this is bad, the scenes are supposed to be disturbing to make a point" are missing the entire point of why most people hate this movie. The scenes and the poster is already disturbing enough, but like what they pointed out in teen shows, at least they had the common knowledge to cast adult actors when teens are in sexual situations. We have all seen underage characters in sexual situations (or situations that should only be for adults) but we didn't flip our shit because we knew the character was played by an adult. I don't know what adult looks young enough to play an eleven year old, but I'm pretty sure we would've understood the message just fine that way. The scenes and the poster would still be a disturbing image but in a different way that doesn't make you feel like you just watched actual children twerk and now you're on the FBI watchlist.

    VincisomethingVincisomething27 gün önce
  • Chris D elia dvr’n that shit

    Danny MarinoDanny Marino28 gün önce
  • I've seen reporting that searches for Cuties have ranked top 10 on porn sites. I'll take their word for it.

    D 123D 12328 gün önce

    At Las MusicAt Las Music28 gün önce
  • if we need a netflix special to know that sexualizing kids is bad, we wasted all those years watching the dinsey channel...NEXT!!!!

    Colin Owen GriffinColin Owen Griffin28 gün önce
  • Don’t be naive, it’s a great artistic movie- Jeffrey Epstein

    Jimmy JohnsJimmy Johns28 gün önce
  • There's no need and no justification for gratuitous ass and crotch shots on 11 year olds. Literally NONE.

    lastdon6585lastdon658528 gün önce
  • Calm down, we don't need to have a Saudi Arabia like society where women are covered and everything is censored. If you don't like those shows find another and move on.

    N KN K28 gün önce
    • These are prepuberty kids we are talking about, not women

      Peoples HernandezPeoples Hernandez27 gün önce
  • Coooome on “i think this film is good because people don’t know it’s happening”. EVERYBODY knows this, the sexualization of young girls on tiktok, dance competitions etc., is happening. Gtfo

    aruallauraarualaruallauraarual28 gün önce
  • I dont know what’s so hard to understand. The actresses in this movie are 12/13/14 years old and therefore not old enough to make the well thought out decision that they’re ok with being sexualized. I know if I were them and in ten years would look back and reflect, I would feel used and disgusted I was part of this movie that any pedo can watch and get off on. You can’t really grasp the consequences of that at that age. You probably think “I don’t mind dancing like this, it’s fun and I get to be in a movie!!”

    aruallauraarualaruallauraarual28 gün önce
  • How about the movie, “Kids.”

    RayRay29 gün önce
    • It's about teenagers not preteens. Sexuality in teenage movies is normal, because that's part of growing up and puberty. in Cuties these girls are not teens, they are like 10-11 y olds. In Kids they are like 15-17 y olds.

      Tamas NigoTamas Nigo27 gün önce
  • Not giving my opinion on whether or not I liked the movie, however, it grinds my gears when people who haven’t even watched it, have the strongest opinion. Talking about the glorification of sexualized youth. Literally no one walked away from the movie going “hmm. That girl seemed so happy!! I really want to live that kind of life!” No. It’s obvious and right in your face that this is not okay, and that Amy is miserable.

    Mila MøønwalkerMila Møønwalker29 gün önce
    • Peoples Hernandez so it’s okay to sexualized children if the message is NOT to sexualized children? Because I’m preeeeeetty sure the movies “K.I.D.S” and “Thirteen” sexualized the hell out of a whole lot of children for the sake of plot, not a message, and there was NO outrage. Like, at ALL! Regardless of the matter, my comment wasn’t even about what you’re talking about. The point was, 1,you can’t have an opinion on something you haven’t watched, and 2, describing the movie as “glorification” is way off. I wasn’t asking what the “problem” was.

      Mila MøønwalkerMila Møønwalker27 gün önce
    • The problem is that making a movie about sexualizing children is...sexualizing children.

      Peoples HernandezPeoples Hernandez27 gün önce
  • Andrews stand up is funny, but his political views and commentary are garbage. Dude is dumber than a rock

    joel medinajoel medina29 gün önce
  • If they wanted to do a critique about the oversexualization of little girls, they should have filmed a documentary. It seems hypocritical to oversexualize girls to critique the oversexualization of girls.

    ACCGACCG29 gün önce
  • You guys are crazy and funny redbone does not come from that

    treon thompsontreon thompson29 gün önce
  • Yes ur point sucks lol 😂 because u don’t need to show this shit one these girls aren’t adults !!! Lol to consent

    Uri IsraelUri Israel29 gün önce
  • Girls I think start puberty earlier than boys like I think at 10

    vincent vincentvincent vincent29 gün önce
  • Why Akash nose so white

    Sam SchindellSam Schindell29 gün önce
  • What a horrible comparison. Schindler's list? Really? Jesus Christ

    Ari GreeneAri Greene29 gün önce
  • The thing with rape scenes in media is there is a fine line between portraying the issue and sexualizing it...that scene in Game of Thrones got so much flack because it sexualized rape- the actors actually came out saying they never were told or intended on it being a rape scene and it was through issues with CAMERAWORK that caused it to come across that way (as a rape which turned consensual- sexualising rape). The same thing is the problem with Cuties. Like rape scenes- and moreso sex scenes in general- I feel like things can be alluded to a lot of the time without actually explicitely showing it...lots of times, directors/whoever takes the opportunity to really draw out a sex scene to the point where it becomes uncomfortable to sit and watch cus its basically soft core porn. Cuties became that during a lot of scenes...whether it was intended or not (which the go to excuse is always that its not actually intended), it was were sexualized in that filming and thats a problem. Its also a problem that it happens in real life in general to girls and especially within dance/ beauty pageants...both can be a problem...we can talk about both at the same time without all our brains exploding...

    LoLo29 gün önce
  • Andrew was forced to talk about the movie because of his fans, but he's very careful what he says because he wants the Netflix Special. Sellout

    Pedro CarPedro Car29 gün önce
    • @Viktor Kinkela I would do the same but it doesn't stop him from being a pansy and doing the opposite of what he stands for.

      Pedro CarPedro Car28 gün önce
    • Not a sellout, just smart!

      Viktor KinkelaViktor Kinkela28 gün önce
  • “ don’t point at me” I fucking died 🤣🤣🤣😂😂 10:10 10/10

    Brand 817Brand 817Aylar önce
  • Let’s put it this way, the movie got people talking and caught their attention, maybe that was the point...

    Andrew DembegiotisAndrew DembegiotisAylar önce
  • It's effing gross. Idk how Netflix greenlight this thing. Exploiting kids IS just effing EVIL!

    Zenzu pahZenzu pahAylar önce
  • Pedophilia has become the 2nd largest crime in the world. They are finally being exposed so don’t think it’s a normal thing now being called out. Child sex trafficking had been going on for YEARS! It’s time for people to step up and realize this is a problem.

    Elma WallaceElma WallaceAylar önce
  • Skins isn’t for adults, it’s for teenagers

    Robin GiffordRobin GiffordAylar önce
  • The movie discusses the over-sexualization of adolescents. What the beauty industry, the entertainment industry pressure adolescents into. There's a book called ”reviving Ophelia.” people should read it. It discusses the same stuff depicted in the movie. I read that book in junior year in high school. It made me realize a lot of shit that girls went through in adolescence

    Beebe VegaBeebe VegaAylar önce
  • Isnt the movie actually about a girl growing up in a conservative family that rebels by sexualizing herself and then she realizes that thats unhealthy

    Bailey JacobusBailey JacobusAylar önce
  • Another realization that you get out of this is that these little child actresses had to do that type of stuff to act in a movie or series about exposing that kind of stuff in a sense is a little hypocritical for them to put out this type of stuff

    William CashWilliam CashAylar önce
  • Nah bro people know. The ones that need to know, know. He probably doesnt know cause he doesnt have a little daughter. Whats next? Making a film of real children actually getting raped on film to bring awareness? Gtfo with that bs. The director went on a tour watching little girls twerk for him and thats ok to people cause its bringing awareness

    Sergio IbarraSergio IbarraAylar önce
  • It used to be Netflix and chill Now it’s Netflix and Jail. Sick people

    Roy LipRoy LipAylar önce
  • It's not even on Netflix IN France. WTF?!?

    JM Rodriguez-LuisJM Rodriguez-LuisAylar önce
  • Agreed. Not watching.

    Brent GouldBrent GouldAylar önce
  • That thumb nail is offensive, two grow men laughing at this topic...SMH!!

    The ExperimentThe ExperimentAylar önce
  • That thumb nail is offensive, two grown men laughing at the topic ...SMH 4mins in and these guys are fucked up

    The ExperimentThe ExperimentAylar önce
  • I’m so glad they brought Al back to his senses lol got real worried about homeboy for a minute

    I. M.I. M.Aylar önce
  • You don't fight child exploitation by exploiting children.

    Laura LLaura LAylar önce
  • I agree with dude behind the computer. I believe his name is Allan. He’s absolutely right. Plus watching a movie doesn’t make you a pedophile. If you are already, you have a problem and you know that and you should go look for help. This movie is for adults to understand how all the shit we’re doing is actually affecting the kids and we’re not aware of it at all. And at the end they show that girls should be girls and just play and be kids and not be burdened by the stuff adults and culture impose on them. This movie wants you to think about this stuff, so they present you with an extreme example to get the alarm going off in your head. So, focus on the problem at hand not at the presentation.

    MonnaMonnaAylar önce
    • ShowingYouOnline No. You assume stuff about me and others that don’t mind watching something different, because we’re open minded enough to look for the message in the movie and know our heads won’t explode throughout. Again, no one is making you watch it but don’t attack those who decide to do so.

      MonnaMonna28 gün önce
    • ShowingYouOnline So, I have a problem watching thought-provoking movie that is supposed to expose an issue but you don’t have a problem watching ads, movies and music videos that over-sexualize and objectify women. Little girls are watching that, as well but crazy women-objectifying culture is not a problem. Problem is a movie that is pointing that craziness out. Movies can’t make you anything that you are not already. They don’t have that kind of power. And at the end of the day, no one’s making you watch anything. However, the fact that you are being so judgmental towards those who do, shows how hypocritical you are and frankly insecure in whether you are a pedophile or not. That’s your problem though. Not mine. Don’t project your issues on others. I know who I am and I know what I want. Do you? Or are you so fragile that you think a movie might turn you into a pedophile?

      MonnaMonna29 gün önce
Schulz Reacts: Netflix's Cuties | Andrew Schulz and Akaash Singh