Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this direct-to-video sequel to 2010's Tooth Fairy retains no characters from the original. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been replaced by Larry the Cable Guy, and the only story element that returns is "grown man looks funny in a tutu as he attempts to retrieve recently lost teeth." Tooth Fairy 2's few farcical pratfalls are harmless; the movie's one suspenseful scene has an unseen dog chasing the hero. There's no offensive language, though a lengthy farting sequence is included specifically to elicit laughs if all else fails. Lots of products show up, some of which (Camaro, Wing Shack) are featured as story elements.
Couples in love kiss chastely.
A few comical pratfalls -- someone slips on nachos and falls to the floor; one contemptible character is hit by a golf ball and in a later scene falls onto a table. One suspenseful moment when it seems as though an unidentified but vicious dog may be chasing the film's hero.
No swearing, though occasional potty humor features farting.
Encourages belief in childhood traditions. It also suggests that the best memories are those that involve people you love and sharing good times, rather than the achievement of material success or awards. It's important for adults to behave responsibly and be considerate of other people.
Frequent mention and visuals of Chevrolet Camaro, Wing Shack restaurants, Moon Pie, Brunswick Max bowling pins, Cabela sporting goods, and Idahoan potatoes.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Wine is served at a wedding shower. A toast is proposed at a political meeting.