1 1/2 Stars
Larry is Larry Guthrie a lovable, selfish lug with little concern for Brooke, his long suffering girlfriend. After a brief moment of fame goes to his head, Brooke leaves Larry. In an effort to win back her affection; Larry volunteers his time at the children’s center Brooke runs. After Larry accidentally tells a kid that the tooth fairy isn’t real, he is sentenced to become a pink tutu wearing fairy himself. Given a satchel of amnesia dust and other potions, Larry must collect ten teeth to restore his life back to normal. Meanwhile he must also break-up the wedding plans between Brooke and the town’s hotshot.
Tooth Fairy 2 is the type of film that portrays adults as buffoons, and children as their intellectual superiors. Most of the (intended) humor here is of the physical variety, and young kids should find it amusing. None of the characters are mean, just mildly rude. Makes the first film look like a masterwork. Best for very young audiences, as parents will find very little of interest.
Director: Alex Zamm
Stars: Larry the Cable Guy, David Mackey, Erin Beute