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A dentist is cast into limbo after her death in a bike accident and is given the assignment to act as The Tooth Fairy as her action to be admitted into heaven. Written by
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I'll repeat what I felt was so true from one of the comments. "The whole of it is better that the sum of it's parts" I only caught the last 3/4 of it (I guess), as it was screened on good Friday in Sydney whilst having a little lunch. I had a good time with it and it did not spoil my sandwiches. Fast paced, no nonsense about its nonsense because it's there purposely, it's simple and everyone do their bit to make it work smoothly. Unpretentious just there to entertain and if you don't mind, to think a little as well. So gross you have to be blind no to see the deliberation in it. Yet as said before it works and judging from the comment The "Yes" take it from the "No" I understand it's not compulsory to make people to like it, but what puzzles me it why on earth some people disliked it so much, presumably watched the whole thing, and even took the trouble to put a comment, but not the trouble to look at Kirstie Alley name to write it correctly. (Not that I am an expert speller and did double check my own spelling for the exercise). If you're not obsessed with reality and don't mind a little dream and fun and light entertainment - go for it. mm
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