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By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Extra-violent Looney Tunes shorts lack positive content.

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These mischief-packed shorts are heavily reminiscent of classic Looney Tunes humor driven by absurdity -- and a lot of pain. Bugs subjects his adversaries to every imaginable kind of torture -- stretching, crushing, smashing, bashing, thumping, falling, hair-pulling, and so on -- but inexplicably they keep coming back for more. Avid fans of the anvil-style Looney Tunes laughs may like this offering, but if this isn't your brand of humor, its repetition quickly wears on the nerves. What's more, the lack of character variety makes for a tiresome watch.

For kids, Wabbit is a little trickier. No one could construe Bugs' escapades as reality, but the impact of the persistent violence is concerning since none of it has consequence. It's also worrisome that Bugs never fails to talk or manipulate his way out of every situation, even when he's in the wrong. With these kinds of mixed messages so prominent in Wabbit's content, this show is a mediocre pick for kids' entertainment.

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