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Title:  Big FAT Liar

Year Of Release: 2002

Review Date: February 28, 2010

Rating: PG

Running time: 88 minutes

Box Office Gross: $47,000,000

Site Rating: 5 out of 10 stars

 "Big Fat Liar" is a comedy about the common Hollywood practice of stealing other people‘s works and ideas and passing them off as one’s own, which is unlawful under the Copyright Act and Berne Convention.

Teenager, Jason Shepherd, writes a school essay about being a liar and through a chance meeting with a Hollywood executive, Marty Wolf, on the way to school, it is stolen.

Wolf is a lazy, shiftless, not so bright Hollywood degenerate that reads the essay and takes credit for it by turning it into a film. The movie goes into production, with his name deceitfully on it as writer. 

The teenager finds out about it and goes Home Alone on him, via terrorizing him through a series of pranks and mishaps, until the truth comes out to the world about the true authorship of the story used to make the film.

 


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