Critic Consensus: Gone Mental won't fool everyone, but those looking for a little magic will find Lior's illusions pretty entertaining.
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His shtick is one half subliminal suggestions via things he casually points out beforehand or simply has in the sight of his guests and one half more technical shenanigans, but it sometimes feels like we're being conned.
Gone Mental with Lior is fast, fun, and works well with the Quibi format. I actually wanted more.
The participants could have easily been any random person off the street. It's Suchard's mind games that are the most memorable part of the show.
If you're into mentalism and magicians and watching guys perform mind tricks on people, this show is a fun one, but it's also worth watching just to see Ludacris act genuinely distraught whenever Lior succeeds at one of his tricks.
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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