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Gone Mental with Lior

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Illusionist stumps celebs with his skills; bleeped cursing.

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This lighthearted series features lots of tricks and illusions designed to show off Lior Suchard's (alleged) highly developed intuitive abilities. While common sense dictates that what he does is rooted in some form of logic, his friendly, relaxed interactions with people make it easier to accept what they see and hear. The fact that he's working with celebrities, and not random strangers, also adds to the fun. Even if you don't usually buy into this sort of thing, Gone Mental with Lior is still a pretty entertaining treat.

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