Fletcher must also contend with the fact that his ex wife Audrey is moving with her new boyfriend, Jerry to Boston and she plans on taking Max with her. This film manages to deliver a big lesson for it's audience, that lesson delivering to a great impact that leaves a mark for sure. It's entertaining, and has a nice charm. The film has an interesting plot. He has a habit of giving precedence to his job and always breaking promises to be with his young son Max, but Fletcher lets Max down once too often, for missing his own son's birthday party. Jerry is subsequently cut out of the picture when he leaves for Boston without them. Now in the middle of the trial and bombing like crazy, losing his mind, Fletcher finds his son at school and asks him to reverse the spell upon learing of it.
Unfortunately, he still can't lie afterwards and must win the case truthfully. A boy moves to this new town, and usually doesn't fit in. But until then at 8:15 Max has decided to make an honest man out of him as he wishes for one whole day his dad couldn't tell a lie. For his mom and dad to get back together. I felt as if the lesson, overall that ties in with the plot was powerful, a well lesson to deliver. The film, as it continues manages to win the audience over with charming characters, who of which's actors deliver smooth, and succeed in strong emphasis toward their characters. Finding his chance to finally win over what he's always wanted - to fit in, he resorts to faking, he must, now, do what it takes to keep it that way.
The film manages to deliver said lesson in a fun, unique way that surely entertains the audience. I personally thought this film would be just another Nickelodeon trash film, but was wrong, pleasantly surprised. It has succeeded in it's moral, and over all sense of uniqueness! I'd recommend this whenever it pops up again. But at the same time in a fun, clean way. When the wish comes true all Fletcher can do is tell the truth and cannot tell one lie. Liar Liar is a great comedy starring Jim Carrey as Fletcher Reed, a slimey attorney who can't tell the truth to save his life. The film ends with Max unwishing his wish, and wishing for another wish which comes true.
The film's moral, or lesson, once again, delivered strongly. His case involves a younger, promiscuous woman who is seeking a large sum of alimony and child support from her rich ex-husband, who she cheated on. He's completely incapable of lying and to make matters worse, the case of a lifetime is in his hands and in order to win it, he has to lie. . The problem is, if Fletcher can't disprove that she cheated, knowing that she has, he will lose the case.
His lies have led him to divorce with his wife and worst of all, regularly disappointing his own son, Max. This film was watched out of boredom. The next morning, Flecther awakes to find that he can't lie about anything. Fletcher Reede, a fast talking attorney, habitual liar, and divorced father is an incredibly successful lawyer who has built his career by lying. Time and time again, Fletcher promises to see Max or play ball with him, but seldom makes it due to his job as a defense attorney. Hilarity ensues as Fletcher tells nothing but the truth about his fat, stupid, ugly co-workers and even ends up in a board meeting with all of the law firm's Partners where he cascades them with truthful insults, to which at his enemies dismay, they take for jokes and love.
On the night of his birthday party, after his father fails to keep yet another promise, Max wishes that his father couldn't tell a lie for just one whole day. After losing his secretary, almsot losing his job and his son, Fletcher is able to win the case with the truth and hurries to the airport to stop Audrey and Max from leaving. . . . .
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