TOOTH tells the story of a young, feisty Tooth Fairy, who lives in a world called Fairytopia that has lost its ability to use magic. Fed up with the way most fairies have forgotten about ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rory Copus ...
Maisie Preston ...
Store Cashier
Georgina Terry ...
Stutter Fairy
Bitter Fairy
Fat Fairy
Whiny Fairy
Paul Sarony ...
Delivery Guy
Anna Wing ...
Ancient Fairy
New Recruit
The Rabbit (voice)
Leagh Conwell ...
Bully Boy


TOOTH tells the story of a young, feisty Tooth Fairy, who lives in a world called Fairytopia that has lost its ability to use magic. Fed up with the way most fairies have forgotten about magic, she decides to give away all of its money and bankrupt her world, two days before Xmas. When TOOTH realises how much trouble she is in, she realises the only person who can help is the legendary Mrs. Santa Claus, who disappeared, along with magic over 100 years ago. Teaming up with two human children and a number of fairies, who are living incognito amongst humans she sets off on the adventure of a lifetime. Pursued by the evil Plug, a terrifying fairy Written by Anonymous

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Only one fairy has the courage to bring the magic back...


Family | Fantasy


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Release Date:

13 February 2004 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Dente - Um Desejo Realizado  »

Box Office


$12,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

£209,049 (UK) (13 February 2004)

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1.85 : 1
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The movie appears to be set in the USA, however most of the vans used except for one Chevvy are British right hand drive Ford Transits. See more »


Do You Believe
Written by Russ Ballard/Matt Scales/Christian Ballard/Andrew Murray
Published by Complete Music Ltd/Appleby Music Ltd admin By BMG Music Int Ltd/Windswept Ltd
Produced by Denis Ingoldsby, Christian Ballard & Andrew Murray for Brat Pac Ent.
Performed by Oden
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No wonder the indigenous British Film Industry struggles
22 December 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The real question about this film, is how it ever got to be made. The narrative line is disjointed and confusing, after all, why is a talking rabbit driving a white van, why does the mum, Sally Philips, have an American accent, albeit as bad an American accent as Dick Van Dyke's cockney one, yet the husband is clearly English, though for no good reason, a spaced out wide boy/failed pop star. As for the kids - it's not quite clear where they were brought up, except possibly somewhere in the mid-Atlantic. Then what is the strange animal in the cage and why is Harry Enfield even in the film. There's Richard E.Grant, once again compensating for an apparent lack of direction by extravagantly overplaying an otherwise formless character - and Jerry Hall, barely acting any more than she did as Lady Jagger - the pair apparently delivering a formidable fusillade of the golf balls with machine gun rapidity and accuracy - thus confounding the villains for all of two minutes. And what about Vinny Jones, as the tooth fury - one moment like the villain who screwed Gazza's nuts, and the next a mewling soft touch for the none too cute juvenile leads.

This dreadful farrago must have cost millions of pounds to make - I don't recall it making any impression on initial release, let alone making it out on to general release - and it should not have been hard to ascertain the total lack of potential at the script stage and saved everyone a lot of money, and spared the rest of us an excruciatingly awful film.

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