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Parents' Guide to

Smash Cuts

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Spoofy show's online videos range from silly to shocking.

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Smash Cuts' online video segments are intended to entertain viewers with silly gags and shocking accidents -- some of which have previously aired on other video segment shows like Pranked. But embedding the hosts' banter/comedy sequences into some of these clips doesn't really make them any funnier.

Many of the featured stunts put people in real danger and shouldn't be attempted. Meanwhile, some videos -- as well as some of the hosts' jokes -- incorporate strong sexual innuendo and inappropriately racist and classist comments. Teens mature enough to handle it may find something to laugh at here, but the overall content isn't suitable for younger kids.

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