Tooth Fairy was a great choice for our family to watch. My husband is a major hockey fan, and my daughter enjoys watching games with him, so a kids movie involving hockey was a sure winner.

Derek Thompson is a hockey player whose hard-hitting playing style has knocked out a

Amber at the Penguins game this past Monday

few opponents’ teeth, earning him the nickname “Tooth Fairy.” He tends to be a dream-crusher, though, telling kids that they’ll never make it to the pros, or that the Tooth Fairy doesn’t really exist. As punishment, he’s sentenced to be a real tooth fairy for a week, a job that’s a lot easier said than done.

This was simply a fun movie. It honestly had me laughing out loud a lot of the time. Now I’m not saying it’s a good movie, but it is really enjoyable. And it has a good message, to believe in dreams. We all loved it, including Amber (10).

On a side note, Amber has a loose tooth now. I asked her what she thought the tooth fairy does with all the teeth. Her answer was that they use them to make power to run the fairy world.

Genres: Comedy and Kids/Family
Running time: 1 hr 42 min.
MPAA Rating: PG