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Bigger Fatter Liar

Bigger Fatter Liar
Bigger Fatter Liar
Bigger Fatter Liar
  • PG
  • 1h 34m
  • 2017
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Kevin Shepherd (Ricky Garcia) has gotten away with lying his entire life, but when scheming producer Larry Wolf (Barry Bostwick) steals Kevin’s idea for a hot new video game, the tables get turned. Kevin realizes he’s met his match, a Bigger Fatter Liar, when Wolf refuses to admit the truth. Kevin declares, “GAME ON,” as he and his best friend Becca (Jodelle Ferland) stop at nothing to get Wolf to tell the truth, plotting a series of devious pranks to set the record straight. Get ready for crazy hijinks and big laughs in this hilarious comedy!
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Common Sense Says
Mindless teen hijinks; mild slapstick action, cursing.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Bigger Fatter Liar is a follow-up movie to the successful Big Fat Liar, a 2002 family comedy. This new movie is not a sequel; rather it's the same story as the original set in a different cultural arena. Big Fat Liar pitted a teen against a Hollywood mogul who had stolen his idea. This film pits a teen against a video game executive who steals his idea. There's slapstick action throughout -- some falls, a wild car ride, suspense created by an oncoming train, a fight, a car hitting a teen. There are no injuries, and nothing is to be taken seriously. Expect mild cursing ("smart-ass," "crap") and some insults and potty language ("idiots," "moron," "pee," "dummy"). One scene takes place in a down-and-dirty bar with drinking and menacing characters. The teen heroes spike the villain's smoothie with a knockout drug. Honesty and trustworthiness are the values promoted; however, most of the film shows the various characters behaving dishonestly and unethically and breaking the law. This film is not recommended.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Comedy, Family
  • Release Date:April 18, 2017
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
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  • Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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