10 year old Timmy Turner gets punished for destroying Dimmsdale with a machine known as "The Kid Crusher" from his favorite T.V. show, "Maho Mushi". After being humiliated by his dim-witted...
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10 year old Timmy Turner gets punished for destroying Dimmsdale with a machine known as "The Kid Crusher" from his favorite T.V. show, "Maho Mushi". After being humiliated by his dim-witted parents one final time for not believing that his babysitter, Vicki is evil, Timmy wishes for a magical T.V. remote control that will transport him into the world of Television and decides to "run-away" from his family and friends. In spite of this, Timmy also starts to deal with the coming-of-age issue that when he is grown-up, that his fairy god parents will be sent back to Fairy World and that he will forget all about them by that point in his life. However, Vicki has also gotten hold of a remote and wants to use it to destroy all of mankind! Now its up to Timmy and an adult version of his former self to save the day! Will Timmy be able to gain his trust back from his parents? Will Vicki get fired from her job forever? Watch this movie and find out! Written by
When Timmy runs into his room to escape from Vicky, a TV is clearly visible next to the door, however he then wishes for a TV in his room so that he has one to watch, despite his parents wishes. See more »
I had the greatest dream. I almost took over the world and destroyed everybody.
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I must say, I was getting bored of the 25 minute version of The Fairly Oddparents, simply because I thought the makers had used up all the jokes the scenario would allow. I am happy to report I was completely wrong!! This hilarious and clever made-for-TV special features everyone's favourite pink hat wearing kid getting himself stuck in his TV set, courtesy of a magic remote control given to him by his two lovable Godparents. The main plot, which revolves around him trying to save the world from the clutches of his evil baby-sitter Icky Vicky, is just the set-up for some fantastic parodies and spoofs of some classic cartoons and kids programmes, from The Simpsons to Sesame Street. Each one is animated or performed exactly as it was originally, so one minute Timmy and co might be CGI figures, anime characters or even PUPPETS!! There are far too many good gags to list here, but 'reindeer chocolate' and the 'Best Dad' awards are among the best. This is just such fantastic entertainment I can whole-heartedly recommend to all, even those who don't usually watch the main series. A 7 out of 10 from me!!
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