Aquamarine

Theatrical Release: March 3, 2006
DVD Release: June 13, 2006
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Synopsis

Following a violent storm, a beautiful and sassy mermaid named Aquamarine washes ashore and into the lives of two best friends about to be parted at summer’s end. When Aquamarine falls for a local, hunky lifeguard, she enlists the girls’ help to win his heart and in exchange offers to grant the girls one wish. Based on the popular book by distinguished author Alice Hoffman.

Dove Review

This was a rather touching movie about summer’s end and moving on. I was pleasantly surprised that there was little objectionable material, making this a great film for the “tween” girls it was meant to please. There were also several lessons about unselfish love and sacrifice for others. This is a perfect “friendship” movie that girls and moms will consider a classic for years. Dove is pleased to award “Aquamarine” 4 out of 5 Doves!

Content Description

Sex: Boy and girl kiss.
Language: B-1; H-1; Many uses of OG/OMG.
Violence: Girl pushes girl off a pier.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Bathing suits throughout the film; mermaid shown in typical fashion (long hair fully covering bare breasts).
Other: Girls jokingly pray to the gods of love and later to the god of hurricanes

Info

Company: 20th Century Fox Home Ent.
Writer: John Quaintance and Jessica Bendinger
Director: Elizabeth Allen
Producer: Susan Cartsonis
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 109 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe