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
In the future scene, where Timmy is a father of two children, his wife is never shown. See more »
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 »
[in Clint's Hints]
Adult Timmy Turner:
[as a duck; whispering to his younger self and referring to Cosmo and Wanda]
Why are those pink and green characters following us everywhere?
Young Timmy Turner:
[in the form of a piglet]
Oh, uh... they're my goldfish; and they accidentally fell into the TV with me and they change just like we do?
Adult Timmy Turner:
Makes about as much sense as anything else around here.
Young Timmy Turner:
Wow, I'm as gullible as any other adult when I grow up.
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Having not seen the first 'Fairly Odd Parents' TV movie - 'Abra-Castatrophe - I caught 'Channel Chasers' on Nickelodeon. I really enjoy the 'Fairly Odd Parents' TV series, so I was keen on checking out 'Channel Chasers'. For those who haven't seen 'Fairly Odd Parents': the show is about ten-year old Timmy Turner, and his fairly odd fairy-god parents. Only the word 'awesomeness' can describe this second TV movie.
Twenty years into the 'Fairly Odd Parents' future, Chester and AJ (friends of Timmy) are chased through the streets of Dimmsdale by a masked ninja, an agent of the evil-dictator who now rules the world. In no surprise, the evil-dictator is actually Vicky - Timmy's evil-babysitter from the present. In 'Terminator' style, Vicky sends a ninja back in time to destroy Timmy once he has wished for the magical-TV remote.
Back in the present, Timmy has destroyed a house that his mother was trying to sell, and caused his father to lose his "Cleanest Office Award" to his arch-rival and neighbour, Dinkleburg. Timmy is grounded, and framed by Vicky for trashing the Turner home. With TV banned, Timmy wishes for a magic-remote that allows him to travel through the universe of television. When Vicky gets hold the remote, the race is on to stop Vicky from reaching Channel 298 - the biography channel - and learning how to conquer the world from the Channel's special 'dictator week'.
Two-hours of 'Fairly Odd Parents' is one of the greatest things I've ever experience. The movie is just as funny as the series, with the same sense of humour that should appeal to both adults and kids. In fact, most of the shows Timmy visits in 'Channel Chasers' should be recognizable to most adults, while kids should get more kicks out of the zany humour.
'Channel Chasers' feels like a finale, but I'm holding out for a 'Fairly Odd Parents' movie to hit the cinema - it is just as deserving as Spongebob Squarepants - 8/10
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