I was lucky enough to see The Tooth Fairy with Dwayne Johnson, Ashley Judd and Julie Andrews on opening night at the Brenden Theatre in Kingman.
It is a story about a former pro hockey player who had to go back to the minor leagues to recover from an injury. He dampens the dreams/ideas of children, then even tells one child there is no such thing as the tooth fairy. He is sentenced to two weeks of being the tooth fairy, with one week added for punishment. He cannot miss a call to go get the tooth from the sleeping child or he will get more time added on.
All that taking teeth and leaving money, while working on a relationship with his girlfriend, making peace and building friendships with her two children, and playing hockey. He finally gets the Tooth Fairy spirit in the end and helps turn the child's dream into reality.
I enjoyed this movie and highly recommend taking the family to see it. My children went to see it as well. Just For Kids Dentistry hosted the 4:25 p.m. and the 7:10 p.m. showing free to children 12 and under. I would give this a B rating!