Tooth Fairy 2010 PG CC

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A bad deed on the part of a tough minor-league hockey player (Dwayne Johnson) results in an unusual sentence: he must serve one week as a real-life tooth fairy.

Starring:
Dwayne Johnson, Ashley Judd
Runtime:
1 hour, 42 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Michael Lembeck
Starring Dwayne Johnson, Ashley Judd
Supporting actors Stephen Merchant, Ryan Sheckler, Seth MacFarlane, Julie Andrews, Chase Ellison, Destiny Whitlock, Brandon T. Jackson, Dan Joffre, Ellie Harvie, Barclay Hope, Michael Daingerfield, Dale Wolfe, Josh Emerson, Steven Anthony Bewley, Brendan Penny, Lee Tichon, Darien Provost, David Quinlan
Studio Fox
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

This was really an awful movie.
Heather Lynn Anderson
This is a great movie for my 7 year old who's watched it several times already.
Rhino
This is a great movie to enjoy with your family and kids.
Jason

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By NardiViews TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 1, 2010
Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson dressed up as a fairy has got to be one of the more ridiculous images in recent movie history. That's just one of the things that makes Tooth Fairy hilarious. The movie is filled with witty (and sometimes corny) humor. The plot and character development also feel pretty natural. Indeed, even though the plot device of a boyfriend trying to win the love of his girlfriend's children has been used far too many times, it didn't feel stale.

Meanwhile, the toothfairy "kingdom" or whatever had a great combination of magic and sass. It's set up kind of like MI6 from James Bond - Julie Andrews even acts as the head tooth fairy. At the end of the day, it's kind of like The Santa Clause - but with wings and an attitude.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Craig Whittle on July 21, 2010
Format: Blu-ray
TOOTH FAIRY

STARRING: Dwayne Johnson, Ashley Judd, Stephen Merchant, Ryan Sheckler, Chase Ellison, Destiny Whitlock, Seth MacFarlane, Julie Andrews and Billy Crystal

WRITTEN BY: Lowell Ganz, Babaloo Mandel, Joshua Sternin, Jeffrey Ventimilia, Randi Mayem Singer and Jim Piddock

DIRECTED BY: Michael Lembeck

Rated: PG
Genre: Comedy
Release Date: 22 January 2010
Review Date: 18 February 2010

Nearly all of Dwayne Johnson's movies have been enjoyable, but this is the first time he's shown talent with acting. I've gotta say, he was pretty darn good in Tooth Fairy.

Johnson plays Derek, a professional hockey player with the nickname `The Tooth Fairy' which he was given for knocking out so many teeth on the ice. It's more than annoying in movies like this, where we know the character will eventually become the tooth fairy, and for some reason they feel the need to previously deem him with a strictly on the nose nickname; kind of like Tim Allen's character Scott Calvin having the same initials as Santa Clause, if you will. But I'm not a child, so my point here is irrelevant.

When Derek makes an un-wanted comment to his girlfriend's daughter about the tooth fairy not being real, he is sentenced to two weeks of `tooth fairy duty'. This sounds a little ridiculous, but we both know this film isn't aimed at you or me, but at the little ones. So looking at it from their point of view, it's on level with the plot of a great film like The Godfather or Saving Private Ryan, in comparison.

Derek's girlfriend is played by Ashley Judd and the harbinger of Derek's two weeks of doom, is a head fairy of sorts, played by Julie Andrews.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on February 5, 2010
/ Warning - may spoil the ending /

I am eleven years old, and I love to watch movies and the latest one I seen was The Tooth Fairy.

The reason why I like The Tooth Fairy because there is a lot of humor in this movie and the man has to be the tooth fairy for hurting his girlfriend's daughter's dreams, and he has to serve as a tooth fairy for that one reason. He has to learn the ways of being a tooth fairy, and to survive you got to handle the tooth.

It was really good, and I do not know why the critics gave it a C+ because I would have given it an A+. You should see it at least once or twice at the movie theater.

I love the special effects they did in the movie like how they made him look like he was tiny, and when he was on the kids bed about to put the tooth under his pillow it looked so real, and I do not know how they do it but that is how they make it look so real because if you knew how they made everything and that would spoil how they make it.

The movie is about a guy who has to be a tooth fairy and he can not let anyone know and he has to learn the ways and all the gadgets to use like the shrinking paste, invisibility spray, and amnesia dust, and etc. At the end when his time is up being the tooth fairy they have to make him forget he was the tooth fairy and while he was at his girlfriend's son's talent show during the song he asked her to marry him. "Awwwwww[...]"
At the end he learns true character and true heart.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By C. A. Luster on May 14, 2010
Format: DVD
Everyone said Schwarzenegger was miscast for Kindergarten Cop and yet it is one of the more popular films he made. His comic relief in movies like it and Twins and True Lies showed he had far more talent than he exhibited in movies like Commando [Blu-ray]. I think Dwayne Johnson is showing he is more than an action hero as well. I certainly like his toughness in movies like The Scorpion King [Blu-ray] and The Rundown [Blu-ray]. I have enjoyed everything I have seen him in so far, and although I love his action movies, I am entertained by his comedies as well. Another good one for the family here as he plays a mean hockey player that has to learn to respect peoples dreams including his own. He shows he can be tough but with a softer side as well. His ego takes a bruising and he learns the meaning of team player. Good quality DVD with a standard content. If you enjoyed this catch The Game Plan (Full Screen Edition) and Race to Witch Mountain (Single-Disc Edition).

CA Luster
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