When two trouble-making brothers scam their way into an idyllic summer camp, they find themselves leading a rag tag cabin of boys into breaking every rule in the book. But the real trouble ... See full summary »
After accidentally stumbling into his uncle's mysterious "tanning bed", Adam learns the answer to all of his problems - multiple Adams. With his new collection of clones, Adam is hopping on one wild summer ride with an epic splash.
After his principal (Andy Daly) destroys his sketchbook, Rafe (Griffin Gluck) and his best friend Leo (Thomas Barbusca) decide to "destroy his book" and break every rule in the school's Code of Conduct.
Did not come with big expectations, therefor they did not get shattered. I have to admit that feels great. However on a point of view for a movie, maybe it does not sound really fantastic.
Liar liar pans of fire is the movie you expect it to be. Kinda guff, kinda stupid, a little bit funny and nothing more. The whole movie relies on a plot, that is not very interesting, i.e. that lies come true. Like true in a material form. What bothers me is that the main character, after getting a little crazy from all this, doesn't test this hypothesis. I mean if it wore I, I would at least say something crazy like... Jenifer Aniston is my girlfriend, or I have a million dollars. And see what happens.
But hey after all they needed for the plot, so who cares?
Final judgment: I time you enjoyed is time not wasted. For some people this will be true for this movie, for other not so, however if you come with low expectations, it won't be that bad an experience watching it.
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