A Fairly Odd Christmas facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsA Fairly Odd Christmas
|Screenplay by||Butch Hartman
Savage Steve Holland
|Story by||Butch Hartman
|Directed by||Savage Steve Holland|
|Theme music composer||Guy Moon|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|Running time||66 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Billionfold Inc.
Pacific Bay Entertainment
|Original release||November 29, 2012|
|Preceded by||A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!|
|Followed by||A Fairly Odd Summer|
A Fairly Odd Christmas (also known as A Fairly Odd Movie 2) is a Canadian television film that is the sequel to the 2011 live-action TV film A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! and the second live-action adaptation of the Nickelodeon animated television series The Fairly OddParents.
The film was first announced on March 14, 2012. The film premiered on Nickelodeon on November 29, 2012, to 4.473 million viewers.
A few days before Christmas, Santa Claus and the elves go to check who's naughty and who's nice. However, Santa realizes that with Timmy already granting wishes, people have had their names removed from the nice list. Two elves, Christmas Carol and Dingle Dave, confront Timmy, his fairies, and Tootie and tell them that Santa wants to talk to Timmy. 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 Spider-Man whom Drake Bell voiced at the time). Just then, an elf tells him that the gift wrapping machine is broken. When Santa wishes for it to be fixed, Timmy decides to grant it. However, since fairy magic does not work in "an elf-made building", the magic instead turns into a blast that causes Santa to fall into the machine; an impact to the head has brain-damaged him as well and causes him to act like the Easter Bunny and other things. As a result of a lack of Christmas spirit, the workshop malfunctions and shuts down.
Jorgen Von Strangle arrives and tells Timmy that he must reprise the role of Santa, since the rules state a godchild must take over the role of a holiday icon if the godchild has harmed them to the extent that they cannot do their job. Timmy puts on Santa's hat, and it re-powers the workshop, but only for a brief moment. An elf explains that Timmy cannot be Santa since he is on the naughty list. In addition, Cosmo, Wanda, Poof, and Jorgen cannot change that since Earth's magnetic polarity at the North Pole nullifies fairy magic. The elves explain that to get his name off the naughty list, he must speak to Elmer the Elder Elf. They explain that it is a very dangerous path and that he may not make it out alive. Timmy then insists to go alone, since this is his problem, however, Tootie, Timmy's fairies, two elves, and even Mr. Crocker (who came in an attempt to get his name off the naughty list) decide to tag along.
The journey proves to be difficult, especially when the elves lose the path to Elmer. As they continue, Timmy and Crocker are separated from the others by a snowstorm. Timmy's fairies, the elves, and Tootie come across a penguin, whom Tootie believes knows the way to Elmer. After Tootie manages to communicate with it, the penguin guides them to a bridge that should take them to Elmer. Meanwhile, Timmy and Crocker come across a group of gingerbread men, who are willing to help them. Just then, a starving Crocker bites off the head of one of the gingerbread men, causing them to become angry and they chase them instead. The two of them eventually reach the other five and they escape and camp for the night. The following day, they come across the bridge, which is heavily damaged. The fairies help the others over, however, the gingerbread men come, and in an attempt to get Crocker over, Timmy falls down. When they think it is the end, an unscathed Timmy gets up using candy canes given to him earlier by Santa.
They eventually reach Elmer's place. Upon arriving, Timmy asks Elmer why he is on the naughty list when he has been granting wishes for others. Elmer explains that his fairies are the ones granting wishes for others and that his wishes are causing more bad than good, supported by a series of clips presented by Elmer. Having proven his point, Elmer refuses to take Timmy's name off the naughty list and leaves. Timmy and the others are upset that they couldn't fix Christmas. However, Crocker opens up to Timmy and explains that he respects him for having the courage to risk his life for Christmas. Elmer overhears this, and surprised that Timmy was able to even warm Crocker's heart, he changes his mind and takes Timmy's name off the naughty list. Timmy and the others then take Elmer's vehicle to get back to the workshop.
They realize that without Christmas spirit, The Evil Winter Warlock (negativity and depression) has covered the whole planet. The elves explain that Timmy has a very small chance of saving Christmas now that Winter Warlock has blocked the path out of the North Pole. Timmy quickly puts on Santa's clothing, restoring power to the workshop, and gives orders to everyone else to prepare all the gifts. When they are ready, they find that all of the reindeer are missing (because of Mr. Crocker, who unintentionally released all of them in an attempt to stay hidden). They decide to use the magic van as a substitute. They barely manage to make it through Winter Warlock's Wrath and give all the presents to everyone.
On Christmas Day, Santa returns to normal and realizes that all of his work has been done by Timmy. After Santa gets back into his clothes, they all party. Despite not getting off the naughty list, Crocker gets his first-ever Christmas present (a new tie that looks exactly like the one he already has, which he loves) and Timmy and Tootie kiss under the mistletoe. Poof then flies up to the screen and says "God bless us, everyone." Cosmo and Wanda then fly up to the screen. Wanda says "No fairies were harmed in the making of this movie," but Cosmo says he got a paper cut.
- Drake Bell as Timmy Turner
- Daniella Monet as Tootie
- David Lewis as Denzel Crocker
- Daran Norris as Cosmo (voice), Mr. Turner
- Susanne Blakeslee as Wanda (voice)
- Tara Strong as Poof (voice)
- Teryl Rothery as Mrs. Turner
- Mark Gibbon as Jorgen Von Strangle
- Travis Turner as Dingle Dave
- Devyn Dalton as Christmas Carol
- Tony Cox as Elmer the Elder Elf
- Devon Weigel as Vicky
- Donavon Stinson as Santa Claus
- Dalila Bela as Jingle Jill
- Olivia Steele-Falconer as Katie
- Butch Hartman as Christmas Caroler, Ginger, Fred, Ed, Ned and Jed
|2013||Young Artist Award||Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot - Supporting Young Actress||Dalila Bela||Nominated|
|Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot - Supporting Young Actress||Olivia Steele-Falconer||Nominated|
In 2013, it was announced there would be a third and final installment, titled A Fairly Odd Summer, with Drake Bell and Daniella Monet reprising their roles. The film aired on August 2, 2014.
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