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Tooth Fairy

Released

Jan 22, 2010

Latest Home Video

May 04, 2010

MPAA Rating

PG

Cast

Dwayne Johnson
Ashley Judd
Julie Andrews

Studio

2010 Twentieth Century Fox

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Still shot from the movie: Tooth Fairy.

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Synopsis

Professional athlete Derek Thompson (Dwayne Johnson) is famous for knocking out his opponent's teeth on the hockey rink. But when he also knocks out the dreams of a young fan, he is sentenced to serve time ... as a tooth fairy. And it is a tougher gig than it looks!

Content Details

Why Is Tooth Fairy Rated PG?

Tooth Fairy is rated PG for mild language, some rude humor and sports action.

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Tooth Fairy...

Penalty-earning body checks and other on ice sports action is depicted. Characters verbally taunt and bully one another along with some poking and shoving. A man is shocked with an electrical current, smashed behind a door and later falls from a balcony. A character experiences infrequent moments of peril. The script contains some name-calling, the partial use of an expletive and some brief, mild sexual innuendo. An adult couple kisses.

Canadian Movie Ratings

BC
SK
G
AB G
MB G
ON G
QC G
NB
NS
NL
PE
G

Canadian Home Video Rating: G

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Details on home video releases of Tooth Fairy...

Tooth Fairy releases to DVD and Blu-ray on May 4, 2010.

Tooth Fairy flutters onto DVD in widescreen. Audio tracks are available in 5.1 Dolby Digital (English) and Dolby Surround (Spanish and French), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish. The disc offers the following bonus extras:

- Interactive Feature: Tooth Fairy Training Center

- Fairy-oke

- Theatrical Trailer

- Sneak Peeks: Flicka 2, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, andThe Sound of Music.

Tooth Fairy also releases on Blu-ray in a Triple Play Edition. Presented in widescreen, the disc provides audio tracks in 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio (English) and 5.1 Dolby Digital (Spanish and French), along with subtitles in English, French and Spanish. Extras include all of the above, as well as:

- Gag Reel

- Deleted Scenes (with Optional Introductions).

- Behind the Scenes: With Lem and Jake, Lem and Jake Talk About VFX (Before and After), First Assignment with Storyboards, Wings and Fairy Things (Costume Design), Flights, Tights and Fairy FX, and Creating Fairyland (Production Design).

- Wee Man with Commentary by Director Michael Lembeck and Visual Effects Supervisor Jake Morrison.

-Tooth Traditions Worldwide

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Gab&Dad; says: Jan. 25, 2010

This is truly a family-friendly movie, with nothing offensive or overly pandering….  The Rock is charming, there are many laughs to be had, and a decent message.  Compared to other kiddie flicks, I as a mom did not mind this one at all!  And you can see what my 7yr.-old son thought in his own words:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpkWzkhohyk

Dadof3&Husband; says: Jan. 31, 2010

Also be aware, there are scenes in a men’s locker room with men in towels and some men in various states of dress/undress. Also, the lead character wears a form fitting leotard which meant to embarrass his male character.

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