Liar, Liar
Liar, Liar

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Certificate: 12A | Released: 1997 | Duration: 1 hr 23 mins | Director: Tom Shadyac | Studio: Uca | Genres: Comedy

An unctuous, smooth-talking divorce attorney's propensity for propitious prevarication may wow the juries, but his five-year-old son Max wants an end to the lies. So when Dad blows off the boy's birthday bash with yet another weak excuse, Max wishes his dad to spend a whole day incapable of lying. And lo and behold, the wish comes true, with hilariously disastrous results in the courtroom.

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In this uproarious hit from the director and producers of The Nutty Professor, Jim Carrey stars as a fast-talking attorney and habitual liar who, forced by his son's birthday wish, must tell the truth for the next 24 hours.

A lawyer discovers that he is unable to tell a lie.

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Washington Post - 8.0/10 by Rita Kempley Carrey is not only under control, but funnier than ever.
ReelViews - 6.3/10 by James Berardinelli Carrey is forced to confine his antics to the needs of Liar Liar's unimaginative screenplay, and the results are mixed.
Variety - 7.0/10 by Todd McCarthy Awfully funny at times.
Chicago Sun-Times - 7.5/10 by Roger Ebert I am gradually developing a suspicion, or perhaps it is a fear, that Jim Carrey is growing on me. Am I becoming a fan? In Liar Liar he works tirelessly, inundating us with manic comic energy.
Washington Post - 9.0/10 by Desson Thomson It's a magnificent comic experience.
San Francisco Examiner - 7.5/10 by Barbara Shulgasser What's best about this script is the premise: a lawyer who doesn't lie.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 6.3/10 by Rick Groen A laugh a minute? Liar Liar Jim Carrey's forced truthfulness means a lot of mildly funny facial gyrations.
Empire - 8.0/10 by Darren Bignell It's worth hanging on for the spice of the closing credit outtakes, which effectively rounds off a reliably entertaining slice of comic nonsense.

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