Well, initially I was lured in by the cover/poster for "Toothfairy 2", as it actually looked rather interesting. Granted, I didn't really believe that this was going to be a masterpiece within the horror genre. But still, I believe in watching a movie and giving it a chance; especially when it is a movie I haven't seen before. Right, well "Toothfairy 2" was bad. It was just downright atrocious and abysmal. In fact, it was so bad that I didn't even make it halfway through. I just simply gave up on it, as the storyline was way too mediocre, but worse yet were the special effects and make-up. And that was the reason why this movie died for me; I just couldn't stand looking at those horrible special effects. Now, it didn't really work in favor of "Toothfairy 2" with the level of acting that was put on by the actors and actresses in the movie. Let's just say that they tried, and leave it at that. "Toothfairy 2" felt more like a home video project than it actually felt like a properly produced movie. Now, some might actually like that approach for a movie and find it charming and enjoyable. I, however, am not one such person. I watch a movie with the intention of being properly entertained by a movie that is properly made. I am rating "Toothfairy 2" a more than generous two out of ten stars. It was bad, yeah, but it wasn't up among the worst of movies that I have had the misfortune of suffering through. However, I have no intention of returning to ever watch the rest of this movie.
The Tooth Fairy is back. 15 years after the events of the first movie, Corey, now grown up but mentally scarred has gone to a class reunion. However, the Tooth Fairy is back, and this time - You better have flossed properly.
July 17, 2020