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'''''Smosh: The Movie''''' was a film made by the popular comedic YouTube channel Smosh, released July 22nd, 2015.  The film starred Smosh's founders, Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla. Upon release, the film was critically panned due to Smosh having little input on the filmmaking process and an amount of "low-brow" humour. However, what many do not know is that the final version of the film was not the rendition that Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox had initially imagined.  
 
'''''Smosh: The Movie''''' was a film made by the popular comedic YouTube channel Smosh, released July 22nd, 2015.  The film starred Smosh's founders, Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla. Upon release, the film was critically panned due to Smosh having little input on the filmmaking process and an amount of "low-brow" humour. However, what many do not know is that the final version of the film was not the rendition that Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox had initially imagined.  
  

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SMOSH: The Movie!

|image=smoshposter.jpg |status=Found |datefound=23 July 2022 |foundby=Lemacaver Smosh: The Movie was a film made by the popular comedic YouTube channel Smosh, released July 22nd, 2015. The film starred Smosh's founders, Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla. Upon release, the film was critically panned due to Smosh having little input on the filmmaking process and an amount of "low-brow" humour. However, what many do not know is that the final version of the film was not the rendition that Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox had initially imagined.

Background[edit | edit source]

Originally, the film was given an R rating by the MPAA due to the heavy amount of sexual and foul-mouthed content that exceeded the standards of what the MPAA would deem suitable for the PG-13 rating. Studies have shown that out of all the ratings, PG-13 performs the best, which caused the film to be heavily edited.[1]


Availability[edit | edit source]

the full movie is on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Af6qCF7hLm4

References[edit | edit source]