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.
Michael Bostick - Producer
John Debney - Composer/"Hocus Pocus"
Linda DeScenna - American Set Decorator
Paul Guay - Writer/"Little Rascals"
Jason Bernard - Actor/"Blue Thunder"
Stephen Mazur - Writer/"Little Rascals"
Cary Elwes - Actor/In USA
Jim Carrey - Canadian actor/comedian
James Carrey - Canadian actor/comedian
Brian Grazer - Producer
James D. Brubaker
Swoosie Kurtz - American Actress
Jennifer Tilly - American actress
Jennifer E. Chan - American actress
The Unabomshell - American actress
Don Zimmerman - American Editor
Judy L. Ruskin
Russell Boyd - American Director Of Photography
Tom Shadyac - Producer, ACCEPTED (2006)
Maura Tierney - American Actress
Amanda Donohoe - British Actress
Mitchell Ryan - American Actor
- Format: DVD
- Run Time: 97
- Color Format: Color
- UPC: 025192063725
- Genre: Comedy
- Rating: PG-13 (MPAA) (sex related humor and language)
- Release Date: January 2017
"...The premise is a terrific springboard for Mr. Pants-on-Fire Jim Carrey to return to top spastic-elastic form..." -- 3 out of 4 stars - 03/21/1997 USA Today, p.1D
"...An uproarious one-man free-for-all....[Carrey] bursts the bounds of conventionality with a liberating fury that offers the last word in Jekyll-Hyde fun..." - 03/21/1997 New York Times, p.C3
"...Jim Carrey entertains himself mightily in LIAR LIAR, and his enthusiasm is infectious....Carrey is undeniably a virtuoso..." - 03/28/1997 Entertainment Weekly, p.45--6
"...There is probably no more consistently funny performer working in film today....When Carrey gets rolling everything he touches both verbally and physically leads to laughter..." - 03/21/1997 Los Angeles Times, p.F1
"...Here Carrey is likable and sympathetic, in a movie that will play for the whole family, entertaining each member on a different level..." - 03/21/1997 Chicago Sun-Times, p.33