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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 »
This has totally ruined the show. No, you do not take a fun, zany cartoon and make it a live-action movie. I actually stopped watching it after the special when Poof was born. It seemed to just get stupid after that.
But then this movie came, and I almost died. I do like Drake Bell, but please, please, PLEASE do NOT throw him in a roll that soiled Timmy Turner. I'm sorry Bell had to play in this train-wreck of a movie.
In a cartoon, this whole movie would've been so much better because the script is written as a cartoon. In live-action, you get really cheesy effects and a VERY cheesy plot. Now, I know it was written for younger kids, but come on!
A twenty-three year old who has never left the fifth grade and never had a kiss or anything? Granted, he was twenty-three and if he tried to date any of them, he would be a pedophile. But still, he's gone through puberty and all that, and he hasn't even TRIED to hit on a girl?
They made it clear in one episode that usually kids' fairy godparents are lost when they hit high school age because, you know, they fall in love and all that junk. Why? Because they are hormone-strung teens. He would've succumbed to the pressures of love. How can a twenty-three year old be friends with kids half his age his whole life?
And Tootie. Oh my goodness, she had such a stupid roll. Giving her scenes where she randomly goes Jackie Chan on everyone? I can handle the environmentalist thing, but being a black belt? Come on. Get real.
So then Timmy falls for his previous stalker. Cosmo and Wanda, who I loved in the show, are just plain idiots in the movie, ESPECIALLY when they become waiters. As fairy godparents, they should LET GO of their child, not keep trying to keep him, especially when the head hauncho told Timmy to loose them.
Then there was Crocker. In the show, it was funny when he would yell "Fairy godparents!" but the effects in this movie were just plain dumb when he did it. His shenanigans were also quite amusing, but thisthis was just, well, retarded. Especially when he was able to catch the fairies so easily. This was probably one of his most easiest plans to avoid, but the fairies fell for it right away! So Timmy's falling in love, so their intelligence level drops fifty points?
And the endingoh my goodness, the wishing machine? So stupid. The ball pit that never ended? The effects made me want to puke. I've seen movies from the forties with better effects.
So, they get the fairies back and then the fairy leader ((can't remember the name, sorry)) lets Timmy keeps his fairies. Wait, what? He can KEEP his fairies? They made it VERY clear that you can NOT keep your fairies after you grow up! You are supposed to forget about them!
Okay, so then I assumed the show was over. But then I saw the commercial after the movie. A whole new week of Fairly Odd-Parents! WHAT? You make a movie about him growing up only to come out with more episodes?
I am very confused.
At least my kid sister liked it.
In conclusion, this movie is a total complete kids movie that seemed to ruin Fairly Odd-Parents.
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