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Big Fat Liar (2-Feb-2002)

Director: Shawn Levy

Writers: Brian Robbins; Dan Schneider

Keywords: Comedy

A young compulsive liar must find a way to get his friends to believe him when he loses a million-dollar story idea in a Hollywood producer's limousine.

ABSTRACT
Jason Shepherd, a fourteen-year old boy fond of stretching the truth, inadvertently leaves a class paper in Hollywood producer Marty Wolf's limo; seeing dollar signs, the dishonest mogul turns the paper into a movie called Big Fat Liar. Jason must now embark on a cross-country trip to Los Angeles with friend Kaylee at his side to expose Marty for the fraud he is, even though nobody else seems to believe him.

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Amanda Bynes
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John Cho
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Amanda Detmer
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Dustin Diamond
Actor
7-Jan-1977   Screech on Saved by the Bell
Donald Faison
Actor
22-Jun-1974   Dr. Christopher Turk on Scrubs
Paul Giamatti
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6-Jun-1967   John Adams
Shawn Levy
Film Director
23-Jul-1968   Night at the Museum
Lee Majors
Actor
23-Apr-1939   Six Million Dollar Man
Frankie Muñiz
Actor
5-Dec-1985   Malcolm in the Middle
Pat O'Brien
Journalist
14-Feb-1948   The Insider
Sandra Oh
Actor
20-Jul-1971   Grey's Anatomy
Kenan Thompson
Comic
10-May-1978   Kenan & Kel
Jaleel White
Actor
27-Nov-1976   Urkel

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