“Liar Liar” quotes

(1997)
Movie Liar Liar
Tom Shadyac directed this movie in 1997
Title Liar Liar
Year 1997
Director Tom Shadyac
Genre Comedy, Fantasy
Plot – While doing his job, the lawyer Fletcher Reed follows the rule of giving less importance to the facts and much more to the way they are presented. Everything seems to be relative and the truth can be easily changed from a moment to another thanks to great rhetorical skills. In this way, Fletcher is successful and his clients compete against each other to get to him. However, it isn’t the same for what concerns his family: he’s divorced, his wife is considering to marry another man and even if Fletcher is really close to his son Max, he regularly misses all the promised gatherings. On his birthday, Max wishes that his dad could tell the truth for just one day. The wish comes true and suddenly Fletcher is completely out of control and says phrases he would never ever pronounce.
All actors – Jim Carrey, Maura Tierney, Justin Cooper, Cary Elwes, Anne Haney, Jennifer Tilly, Amanda Donohoe, Jason Bernard, Swoosie Kurtz, Mitchell Ryan, Christopher Mayer, Eric Pierpoint, Randall 'Tex' Cobb, Cheri Oteri, SW Fisher, Ben Lemon, Jarrad Paul, Marianne Muellerleile, Krista Allen, Stephen James Carver, Don Keefer, Paul Roache, Randy Oglesby, Charlie Dell, Jim Jansen, Terry Rhoads, Michael Leopard, Charles Walker, Ed Trotta, Ernest Perry Jr., Skip O'Brien, Tony Carreiro, Amanda Carlin, Matthew Michael Goodall, Samantha Heyman, Anthony Lee, Eric Sharp, Christine Avila, Hope Allen, Carrie Armstrong, Craig Barnett, Brandi Burkett, Charles Emmett, Steven M. Gagnon, Moon Jones, Rick Hill, Mike Grief, Matthew Arkin, Kelly Aluise, Richard Jones, Dennis Napolitano, Michael Adler, Vitamin C, Joe Barnaba, David Fresco, Benjamin Brown, Sue Goodman, Mark Chaet, Michael Kostroff, Catherine Evans, Howard S. Miller, Edward Amuwa, Patrick McTavish, Ashley Monique Clark, Sara Paxton, Derrick Friedman, Ashley Rumph, David Kikuta, Jacob Stein, Oliver Kindred, Mercedes Kastner, , Greg Bronson, Mark Anthony Cox, Christopher Darden, Roger Ferreira, Jill Gable, Gloria Koehn Straube
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