Tooth Fairy is a 2010 comedy fantasy film starring Dwayne Johnson as the title character, Ashley Judd, and Julie Andrews. It was produced by Walden Media and released by 20th Century Fox on January 22, 2010. Dwayne Johnson plays a veteran hockey player that was denied his chance with the pros due to a shoulder injury. This seems to mark his life and makes him shatter dreams. This reason brings him to be judged by faeries and sentenced to tooth fairy duty. The problems and lessons that occur from now on will make him rethink his way of life and put it in order.
This movie has a great storyline and is perfect for the whole family. In order to appreciate it, you should not take it seriously, and just enjoy the fun. The storyline builds up when one night, Derek steals a dollar from his girlfriend Carly's (Ashley Judd) six-year-old daughter Tess (Destiny Whitlock) that had been left for her lost tooth. Later that night, he receives a summons under his pillow. He magically grows wings and is transported to the realm of tooth fairies. There, he meets his case worker, Tracy (Stephen Merchant), and the head fairy, Lily (Julie Andrews). Lily tells Derek that he is a "dream crusher", because of what he did to Tess. He is then sentenced to serve two weeks as a tooth fairy. He returns to his bed and wakes up, believing that it was dream.
The next night, Derek slowly realizes it wasn't a dream after he receives a text message from Tracy for his first appointment. He then meets Jerry (Billy Crystal), who gives him the things he needs for duty, including Shrinking Paste, Invisible Spray, Amnesia Dust, Cat Away, and mints that make people bark like a dog.
Great film for the kids, good film to watch if you are an adult. Recommend it if you want to sit down for a few moments and have a few good laughs.