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Originally supposed to have a theatrical release. See more »
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 »
The Following Scenes weren't on the Encore Presentation after the Day the Movie Premiered -Scenes involving Chester and AJ -Scenes involving Vicky -Scenes involving Jorgan trying to make Timmy falling in love by using his love arrows, then Failing See more »
A good example of great cartoons that failed as live-action movies
The 10-year-old Timmy Turner that we all know and grew up with is now 23! And surprise, surprise, he still has Cosmo, Wanda (and surprisingly!) and Poof, by his side. Timmy is still in 5th grade and spends his free time making fun wishes for himself. Life couldn't be happier. But what happens when Timmy starts falling in love? Could that mean saying goodbye to his fairy godparents?
I grew up watching "The Fairly Odd Parents" and I was fairly excited when I heard a movie was going to be released! However, I was disappointed. I should have expected it, though. When has a cartoon-made-live-action ever worked?
This TV movie was a TV movie. The quality of the plot was very very subpar. Drake Bell was just average (or even below) as he played Timmy Turner. I was really saddened. I wish I could get my 57 minutes back. I also wish they made the movie animated.
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