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10th Jan '16 3:15:31 PM pittsburghmuggle
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...took [[Main/TheInventionOfLying Mark Bellison]]'s inability to lie and put it on [[Film/LiarLiar Fletcher Reed]]. It closed before Mark could get his back and evaporated withing 24 hours for Fletcher.

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...took [[Main/TheInventionOfLying Mark Bellison]]'s inability to lie and put it on [[Film/LiarLiar Fletcher Reed]]. It closed before Mark could get his back and evaporated withing within 24 hours for Fletcher.
1st Dec '13 12:55:15 PM TitoMosquito
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[[WMG: In the universe of Film/LiarLiar, curses ''do'' happen - they're rare, rare, '''''rare''''' - but there are documented occurrences.]]

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[[WMG: In the universe of Film/LiarLiar, ''Film/LiarLiar'', curses ''do'' happen - they're rare, rare, '''''rare''''' - but there are documented occurrences.]]
15th Nov '13 8:42:50 PM ropertroper
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[[WMG: The curse was actually forever, not 24-hours]]
Although Max wished that his dad would be unable to tell a lie for 24 hours, the wish was actually permanent. Notice how after the 24 hours are over, we never see Fletcher lie again. By then Fletcher is comfortable with telling the truth. Fletcher doesn't even tell any lies as a test to be sure that he's capable of lying again.
16th Feb '13 9:09:19 PM TippyToeZombie
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[[WMG: Max lied when he said he wished for rollerblades]]
He really did wish for his parents to get back together, he just didn't want to tell them that. It would be very ironically funny.
11th Feb '13 2:16:19 PM pittsburghmuggle
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My fan theory (to this lie and to the whole film actually): No magic spells, Fletcher was unconsciously unable to lie (with that one exception) due to his guilty conscience catching up with him. When his son told him about the wish, it just solidified the psychological effect, and gave him a point in time which his conscience could let him off. This adds a plausibility to the story that a magic spell would not allow for.

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My fan theory (to this lie and to the whole film actually): No magic spells, Fletcher was unconsciously unable to lie (with that one exception) due to his guilty conscience catching up with him. When his son told him about the wish, it just solidified the psychological effect, and gave him a point in time which his conscience could let him off. This adds a plausibility to the story that a magic spell would not allow for.for.

[[WMG: A minor tear in the fabric of spacetime...]]
...took [[Main/TheInventionOfLying Mark Bellison]]'s inability to lie and put it on [[Film/LiarLiar Fletcher Reed]]. It closed before Mark could get his back and evaporated withing 24 hours for Fletcher.
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16th Aug '12 8:25:44 PM pittsburghmuggle
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* This may be why a year later Fletcher is celebrating his son's birthday and not in federal prison for the airport debacle. Maybe he was able to get witnesses (Greta, Audrey, Max) to verify the curse by saying how out of character he was. The entire court transcript from the movie could have even been entered as evidence. With proof that he was under the effect of a curse maybe he just got counseling as no one was hurt in the incident and curses are an "act of God".
19th Jul '12 5:04:00 PM LadyMomus
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[[WMG: In the universe of LiarLiar, curses ''do'' happen - they're rare, rare, '''''rare''''' - but there are documented occurrences.]]

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[[WMG: In the universe of LiarLiar, Film/LiarLiar, curses ''do'' happen - they're rare, rare, '''''rare''''' - but there are documented occurrences.]]
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