To be clear: the film -- about an ice-hockey player who almost reveals to a young girl that there's no such thing as the tooth fairy, and who in punishment must become a tooth fairy himself -- is a Capra retread: Dwayne Johnson's main character is assisted by Stephen Merchant's pencil-pusher, who is attempting to earn his fairy 'wings'. The whole thrust, not subtly rendered, is to valorise 'faith', 'belief', 'being nice to people' and so on. The film must be judged by the enormousness of the gap between this originary text and this pale, commercial, toothless, non-denominational cash-in.
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