What does Variety's Lael Lowenstein see in Tooth Fairy that other critics don't? If you've got kids, you may be taken to the theater to find out.
"Hoping for a good movie in January can be as pointless as expecting to catch a glimpse of the tooth fairy. So when a truly entertaining midwinter comedy finally appears, it's the moviegoing equivalent of finding, say, a C-note stashed under your pillow."
— Lael Lowenstein, Variety
"There's no way I can recommend this movie to anyone much beyond the Tooth Fairy Believement Age..."
— Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"The poster's the funniest thing about the project: Johnson, sporting a pair of fairy wings larger than his forearms, glaring at the camera."
— Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune
"Packed densely with product placement and played without even a hint of such high-falutin concepts as wit and originality..."
— Chris Cabin, filmcritic.com
"...it's plain to see why 20th Century Fox dumped the film in January, a month that Hollywood studios use to bury their generic duds."
— Simon Abrams, Slant Magazine Posted 01.21.10 by reelz