A strange, solitary man, played by Alan Rickman, follows a young girl and her mother to their house. But this short film ends up going in a direction that you might not expect.
As far as imaginary icons go, the Tooth Fairy runs a distant second to Santa Claus, perhaps even trailing the Easter Bunny. Still, don't underestimate the Tooth Fairy's real-life powers, which range from sparking youthful creativity to implanting false memories.
Dwayne Johnson continues the Hollywood tradition of surly, no-nonsense males getting stuck in stereotypically feminine roles. Otherwise known as, "This pool isn't going to pay for itself" films. See the glorious oddball poster in full wacky glory.