A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! (Fairly OddParents) (Director's Cut)HD Closed Captioning
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Timmy Turner has never had any reason to grow up, because growing up would mean saying goodbye to his fairy Godparents, Wanda and Cosmo, forever! Now 23, Timmy is doing everything he can to remain a kid - he still lives at home, is still in 5th grade, and most importantly, has never fallen in love! Oh, and he still wears that silly pink hat. But when the formerly geeky and annoying Tootie returns to Dimmsdale as a stunningly beautiful woman, Timmy might be falling in love. Meanwhile, the evil, billionaire oil tycoon, Hugh J. Magnate, plans on tearing down part of downtown Dimmsdale. Will Timmy give into his grown-up feelings and lose Wanda and Cosmo forever to help Tootie save Dimmsdale? Will he try to remain a kid forever? Will he ever get a different colored hat? Find the answers to these questions and more, in A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!
A fun and faithful romp
I find it highly ironic that this adaptation of a Nickelodeon cartoon would turn out so well when their first attempt - which shall remain nameless - failed so horribly. More ironic, I was surprised to find that I liked this movie despite the ridiculousness of its premise and casting (Drake Bell as Timmy? Jason Alexander as COSMO?) Yet it seems that the filmmakers knew what they were doing. This film was fun and clearly in the spirit of the show - it my have helped that Butch Hartman himself wrote the script. Avoiding the mistakes of its M. Night directed predecessor, Fairly Odd Movie has all the charm and spirit of the show. Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof are all rendered in C.G.I. and are voiced by their original actors - only turning human for a portion of the movie. The characters retain their quirks - yes, even Crocker's tendency to spaz out at the words "FAIRY-GOD-PARENTS!' is retained and executed in just the right manner. And the plot, while weaker than past FOP events and only lasting an hour, is capable of providing an emotional and appropriate epilogue to the series. Not everyone is going to praise this movie, but FOP fans shouldn't pass this up.
i think it will be good
i dont think it will stink i love it when they make a cartoon into a real person movie
I wish this movie was on iTunes! Wish Granted! <3
I LOVE this movie SO much! I am 15 years old and I laughed, and I cried. It was great! But it's 50 minutes and it's $10...