Timmy and his friends face some precarious situations on their North Pole adventures. On March 14, 2012, during 's 2012-2013 Upfront, the aforementioned sequel film was announced. Part of Timmy's appeal has always been his mishap-prone attempts at growing up, which are often complicated by his zany fairy godparents and the ill effects of the wishes they grant. Anyone who has seen more than one episode of the Fairly OddParents knows that in-jokes are the thing! They barely manage to make it through Winter Warlock's Wrath, and give all the presents to everyone. The elves explain that to get his name off the naughty list, he must speak to Elmer the Elder Elf.
The television film was viewed by 5. Even worse, the mascots for the other holidays led by the and consisting of , , and are furious that their respective holidays can no longer come. Timmy learns that his actions, though well-intentioned, have serious consequences for Santa and for the season of Christmas. A dilemma arises when Tootie, who was an awkward girl when she was ten years old, returns to Dimmsdale as an attractive woman. However, he learns from Jorgen von Strangle that because of his courage, a new law was passed in Fairy World that will now permit him to keep his fairy godparents forever, as long as he makes unselfish wishes. On March 14, 2012, Nickelodeon announced a sequel to the film, , which premiered during 2012's holiday season. Meanwhile, Timmy's schoolteacher, Denzel Crocker, teams up with an oil tycoon by the name of Hugh Magnate in order to kidnap Timmy's fairies and use their magic for their own purposes.
They explain that it is a very dangerous path and that he may not make it out alive. Timmy falls down a ravine, the group tumbles down the side of a snowy mountain, and a resident penguin repeatedly slaps an elf. This was 's second appearance in a Christmas-themed film, the first being. It first aired on in the on July 9, 2011 to celebrate the series's tenth anniversary. He goes to great lengths to right the wrongs he's caused, and his selflessness saves the day for everyone. In 2013, it was announced there would be a third and final installment titled with Drake Bell and Daniella Monet reprising their roles. Santa's attempts to fight them off are futile, and his magic is soon sucked out of him and transferred to the Easter Bunny, who prepares to blow Santa to February 33 with an egg-shaped bomb.
When they get to his workshop, Santa explains that he wants Timmy to stop granting wishes and explains that with great power, comes great responsibility a reference to whom voiced at the time. However, the dilemma rises when Tootie, who was once a dorky girl when she was 10 years old, returns to Dimmsdale as an attractive woman. Crocker, plans to use Timmy's fairies' magic in order to promote his oil business. Since Wanda and Cosmo are magically-depleted during this Season, Timmy must go it alone to the North Pole in order to save Santa and put the calendar back on schedule. This article's plot summary may be. It's amazing how natural the fairies' presence feels among the rest of the cast, and this aspect of the movie will appeal to kids' vivid imagination.
Please by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. Magnate deceives and kidnaps Tootie while Crocker captures Cosmo, Wanda and Poof, imprisoning them in a device programmed to use their magic to grant anybody's wishes. The television film was released on on December 4, 2015. The television film was released on by on July 11, 2011. Timmy at this point arrives to stop this, but Easter Bunny is still willing to throw Timmy to February 33 for creating the mess he made and that he is the only kid that is there. All in all I recommend this show to anyone with a sense of humor! Having proven his point, Elmer refuses to take Timmy's name off the naughty list, and leaves.
An understory of Timmy's latch-key kid status and supervision by a sadistic baby sitter, though shown humorously, speak truly to most of the kids who watch--parents are usually gone, how much more fun it would be if I had God Parents! However, Santa realizes that with Timmy already granting wishes for others, people have had their names removed from the nice list. Expect some mild peril amid the action and a touch of potty humor a man's bad breath is shown in green clouds, and there's talk of poop , but also all-around happy outcomes, including one for two groups who talk out their feelings to end their bickering. Unlike the previous animated films of the series, this film is live action with. But with the Christmas countdown on, Timmy's actions unwittingly cast doubt on kids' faith in Santa, sending the holiday preparations at the North Pole into chaos and putting Timmy's name on Santa's naughty list. Supporting characters are able to see past long-held animosity by talking about their feelings and reaching a truce. The story might not relate directly to kids' experiences, but the movie's theme is one that has potential applications to their lives. While he's markedly more mature in this movie than he has been in the past, he's still learning what it takes to be a grown-up, and he gets a big lesson in the consequences of his actions when they threaten the success of Christmas itself.
The other holidays set out to take Santa down for good. Timmy's refusal to mature greatly irritates his parents who desperately encourage him to move out and Jorgen von Strangle , who is constantly scheming to entice Timmy into giving up his fairies. They are unaware that doing this has placed them at odds with Santa Claus Donavon Stinson , as this is interfering with Christmas and putting the holiday at risk of cancellation. On Christmas Day, Santa returns to normal and realizes that all of his work has been done by Timmy. To make matters worse, while Timmy and his companions are paying a visit to the North Pole, Santa accidentally gets injured, and now Timmy must. The fairies help the others over, however, in an attempt to get Crocker over, Timmy falls down.
Till he ends up in the North Pole and chased by a polar bear. It was also the top-rated broadcast on for the week ending on July 10, 2011. The movie was filmed in , British Columbia, Canada, from March 23 to April 18, 2012, according to the. . The only one in the group who has a speaking line. Disguising himself as another holiday mascot named Birthday Boy, Timmy tricks the mascots into letting him on their bus, then slows them down by puncturing their tires with Cosmo and Wanda's crowns. Upon arriving, Timmy asks Elmer why he is on the naughty list when he has been granting wishes for others.