The flick Big Fat Liar portrays the struggles of a young slacker protagonist (Frankie Munez) as he attempts to evince the thievery of his school project by a Hollywood bigshot (Paul Giamatti. The Hollywood director acts as if the writings of the young boy are his owns and uses them for his next big blockbuster. The antagonist is basically the typical liberal left wing Hollywood type, if you ask me, always making up elaborate lies to control the media and the entire freaking country under Barack HUSSAIN Obama's rule. The protagonist could be argued as symbolizing the poor, innocent Christian conservatives being deliberately attacked by the liberal agenda.
I did enjoy the film immensely, probably on par with great works such as The Godfather or Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel. Although I did love this movie, I will say that really this film could just be called "Kind of a Liar I guess" when compared to the story about I am about to tell you. Paul Giamatti will look like a saint or George Washington (he never told a lie) when put up against the deceiving little devil that is my wife.
I married her back in 2009, madly in love. I was taken aback by her from the moment I first laid eyes on her. She was elegant in every way. I mean, when she walked into a room, all heads turned.
Although, only recently did I realize that the reason heads were turning was because everyone was trying to get a glimpse of the town transsexual! Yeah, you heard me right. I was duped into marrying a dude!
We were together for a year before the marriage, and she never bothered to tell me that she used to have man junk. Not only did she not tell me, but none of my so-called "friends" did either. They just thought it was a real hoot and waited until the day I found out and laughed hysterically at my misfortune.
WHY DID SHE HAVE TO LIE TO ME? Now what am I supposed to do? Am I gay? Am I straight? Or am I bisexual since I've been attracted to a woman but also kind of had relations with a man? THERE'S NO GUIDEBOOK TO THIS! If someone had told me as a kid that one day I would marry a woman who used to be a man, I would have told you that you're full of crap. I'm a God-fearing man and I want to go to heaven, not to have carnal relations with this abomination from Lucifer, the demon overlord of hell.
Now, I'm in the process of getting a divorce. But how am I supposed to ever trust someone again? We married before the Almighty God, and He knows I married a former man with balls and everything. I am so ashamed of myself. The only way I get through my days is by watching this movie and taking comfort in the fact that it all works out for the kid who is hurt by the antagonist's lies, hoping one day that I will be able to feel the same satisfaction.
In conclusion, if you need a movie to distract you from the overcrowding thoughts of your wife's sex change, then I recommend this movie to you.
Sincerely, Your fellow IMDb user blakelogsdon1.