Available on Blu-ray and DVD: March 6th
The comedy with bite is back and funnier than ever; TOOTH FAIRY 2 arrives on Blu-ray and DVD March 6 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. The one man comedy phenomenon, Blue Collar Comedy Tour’s Larry the Cable Guy (Cars, Cars 2, and History Channel’s Only in America) sinks his teeth into this outrageous follow-up to the 2010 theatrical hit Tooth Fairy.In TOOTH FAIRY 2, Larry is reluctant to believe in Nyx, his Tooth Fairy boss, and here we will showcase some other films that also deal with the topic of believing in the impossible.
Peter Banning (Robin Williams) is a cutthroat, hard working lawyer - but little does he realize that he is also the real life Peter Pan! Though he doesn't believe that this fairy tale is possible, he is forced to confront Captain Hook when his children are kidnapped whisked away to the magical Never Never Land. With the help of Tinkerbell and his old friends, the Lost Boys, he is able to save his children, as well as accept who he is and learn to believe in the extraordinary.
Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken
Sonora Webster is a runaway teen who arrives in Atlantic City to become famous, and finds her way into the world of horse diving. Although she excels, she has an unfortunate accident while diving that leaves her permanently blind. Although Al Carver, her husband, doesn't want her to continue to dive, Sonora is determined to carry on with her career, and works tirelessly with her horse until she can prove that she is able to perform just as well as she could before her accident.
A League of Their Own
When WWII threatened to interrupt America's favorite pastime, Chicago Cubs owner Walter Harvey had the idea to create an all women's baseball league. Not only did the women in this film have to work hard to prove themselves and be taken seriously in the male dominated world of sports, but their coach and manager, Jimmy Dugan (Tom Hanks) must work equally as hard to show that he isn't the washed-up baseball pro turned alcoholic that the world thinks he is. Despite all of the team's hardships, their determination pays off as they are ultimately able to compete in the World Series.
An American Tail
Fievel, a young mouse, is immigrating to America from Russia with his family, as they try to make new lives for themselves that are free of cats! However, poor Fievel gets separated from his parents on the boat they are set to arrive on, and must attempt to survive by himself in the strange city of New York. Though he has some close calls, he makes some new friends that guide him along the way and help him to stay strong as he searches for his parents and sister.
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