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Two comedies starring Jim Carrey. 'Fun With Dick and Jane' (2005) is based on the novel by Gerald Gaiser and the 1977 movie of the same name. Dick Harper's (Carrey) years of hard work finally pay off when he is promoted to vice president at Globodyne, a worldwide leader in the consolidation of media properties. But after exactly one day in his new job, Globodyne is destroyed by an Enron-like calamity - and he is left holding the bag. Dick's sudden reversal of fortune has left him little time to set money aside for a rainy day. Now it's raining buckets as Dick and his loving wife Jane (Tea Leoni) watch in horror as their deluxe home, their luxury cars and their status-conscious friends quickly vanish into thin air. After playing by the rules and working single-mindedly to build a comfortable life for his family, Dick is utterly unprepared to give up the American dream. Taking a lesson from his current employer, however, Dick hits on a brilliant idea: if stealing was good enough for his boss, then it's good enough for him. In 'Liar Liar' (1997), fast-talking lawyer and habitual liar Fletcher Reede (Carrey) is constantly coming up with excuses for not visiting his four-year-old son Max (Justin Cooper) who lives with Fletcher's ex-wife Audrey (Maura Tierney). When Fletcher misses Max's fifth birthday party, Max makes a wish that his dad will stop lying for a whole day. The wish is immediately put into practice, and Fletcher thus finds himself becoming disturbingly honest with his boss (immediately after having sex), his colleagues, and worst of all, in court