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It is established that Timmy is actively trying to avoid falling in love with Tootie, and goes so far as to say that she kissed him once and it was not voluntary. However, that kiss was on the episode "Love Struck!" (season 3, episode 24), and it completely contradicts what Timmy is saying. The kiss was voluntary because Timmy was in love with Tootie at the end of the episode - he shot himself with Cupid's arrow specifically so that he would fall in love with her. The kiss was definitely not forced upon him, and based on Cosmo's reaction to watching it, it was not a platonic kiss either. ("That's cute." "Ok, this is a little awkward." "OK, this is downright creepy." See more »
A really wonderful live-action adaptation if you expect the story's flaws
I grew up watching the cartoon show and was expecting a live-action movie released in theaters, but instead it was released on TV and boy was I excited and I saw it last night when it premiered. I know it wasn't Toy Story 3, but it had the same message about growing up. Here's my opinion. The storyline had a few problems and the dialogue was kind of pathetic, but the moments in this movie were actually faithful since they had the same actors from the TV show (except Tara Strong for obvious reasons) and it was great to see the live-action Timmy and the rest of the characters. The acting was solid, the music was a lot of fun, and the action scenes were very good.
A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up Timmy Turner isn't my favorite TV movie, but it is a very good one and it's definitely worth seeing.
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