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NEW Johnson/andrews/crystal - Tooth Fairy (Blu-ray)

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By Piqtuq
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
LOVE this movie. It is awesome. Mind you I would watch ANY movie with him in it. I can never watch this movie too many times!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Pour un film pas compliqué Feb. 27 2013
By Viviane
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
L'histoire est assez drôle. C'est un film pour toute la famille. J'aime bien voir Julie Andrews dans le rôle de la patronne des fées.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious and heart-warming June 1 2010
Format:DVD
Tooth Fairy stars Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson as Derek Thompson, a once promising but now over-the-hill hockey player finishing out his career in the minor leagues. Cynical and embittered about his lost dreams of playing in the big leagues, Thompson's sole remaining claim to fame is his penchant for checking players on opposing teams so hard that he knocks out one of their teeth every time he lands a check (hence his nickname of The Tooth Fairy). But Thompson's life takes a very unexpected turn the night his girlfriend Carly's young daughter Tess loses a tooth and he tells her that the Tooth Fairy (the one children believe in) doesn't exist. Furious with him, Carly (ably played by Ashley Judd) makes him leave, whereupon he returns to his condominium and goes to bed. His cynicism hasn't gone unnoticed, however, and he wakes to find a summons under his pillow from none other than the Head Tooth Fairy herself, Lily (so delectably played by the great Julie Andrews). Once magically transported to Fairyland, Derek finds out from Lily that as his punishment for attempting to destroy Tess's belief in the Tooth Fairy, he has been sentenced to a week as a real Tooth Fairy himself - wings and all. Much hilarity ensues as viewers get to see Thompson's attempts to comply with his punishment, helped along by wacky fairy-gadgets-and-gizmos guy Jerry (Billy Crystal) and Lily's aide Tracy (Stephen Merchant). Assorted sub-plots involving a new young up-and-coming player on Derek's hockey team, Carly's son Randy's desire to play electric guitar in his school's talent show, and Tracy's unrealized dream to become a Tooth Fairy himself all give Thompson further chances at redemption. But can he overcome his own cynicism, bitterness, and regrets before it's too late?

Highly recommended as a great movie for families with kids ages 8 and up.
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