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Plot: Two teenage girls discover that mermaids really do exist after a violent storm washes one ashore. The mermaid, a sassy creature named Aquamarine, is determined to prove to her father that real love exists, and enlists the girls’ help in winning the heart of a handsome lifeguard.
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This movie was obviously aimed at the teen set, but I found plenty to enjoy in it. The story concerns two girls (one of whom is about to move with her mother to Australia) who find a mermaid. The mermaid informs them that they can have one wish for finding her. They must decide what it is. Also, Aquamarine (the mermaid) must find love within three days, or else her father will make her marry someone she does not want to. She thinks she loves a lifeguard hunk the girls also have a crush on, but he initially does not return her feelings.
There are several well-done scenes, including a bathtub scene, a dinner scene,a shopping mall scene, and a bike-riding scene. All in all, I think this was a charming little movie and recommend it.I think the girls were well cast and the mermaid scenes were cute, charming, well-made, and funny. You might like it.
** 1/2 out of ****
Aquamarine: A Perfect . . . 5
I took my nine-year-old sister to see this movie today. It was between this movie and Chicken Little, and she admitted she wanted to see this more, so that was fine with me. Remembering the display of ultimate mediocrity that was A Cinderella Story, one of the last movies we saw in the theater together, I was prepared to hate and be bored by this movie. That is to say, I went in expecting crappy dialogue, a predictable yet forced and contrived plot, and acting that ranged from mediocre to awful. Its having below a 3.0 on IMDb (compared to A Cinderella Story’s 5.2) certainly didn’t help matters.
And I have to say . . . I was pleasantly surprised. Not because the dialogue was brilliant, the plot was novel, and the acting was amazing. It was just all better than what I expected. Okay, a lot of the dialogue was pretty cheesy, and you can see the “plot twists” coming a mile away. But I have to admit, I chuckled out loud a couple of times, and as for the acting, it wasn’t NEARLY as bad as what Ms. Duff had led me to expect from these young women. Actually, this movie turned out to be, dare I say, slightly charming at times, and even when the mermaid annoyed me with her unfunny quips about life on land versus life in the sea (which was at least half of the time she was on screen), the other two main characters were actually fun to watch together. They’re not future Judi Denchs in the making, and probably not even future Keira Knightleys or Natalie Portmans in the making, but I’d GLADLY choose them over Hilary Duff any day of the week.
And this is the real reason why I’m commenting here. I can understand that if you didn’t go into the movie knowing how tweeny it was going to be, you would loathe it with your entire soul. I don’t really know how that would happen, considering who two out of three of the leads are, but still . . . if that’s what happened to you, I understand. But come on . . . this movie was not worse than A Cinderella Story, so please, let’s stop rating it as such. A Cinderella Story was less charming, less unique, and less valuable in the “What Lessons Can We Learn From These Characters?” Department than Aquamarine by a long shot.
So, do I think this was a good movie? Well, I’m 21, so that’s pretty much impossible. Like I said . . . thin and predictable. But is it a BAD movie? No. It accomplishes what it sets out to do. My little sister loved it, and I can see why. Therefore I give this movie not a 10 or a 1 but a 5, that is, a rating of perfect mediocrity. If you know a girl between the ages of 8 and 13, feel free to take her to see it, because she’ll probably love it, and honestly, you’re not going to mind it all that much. I promise.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 50 min (110 min), 1 hr 44 min (104 min) (Brazil)
Genre Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Romance
Director Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum
Writer John Quaintance (screenplay), Jessica Bendinger (screenplay), Alice Hoffman (novel)
Actors Emma Roberts, JoJo, Sara Paxton, Jake McDorman
Awards 1 win & 5 nominations.
Production Company Fox 2000 Pictures
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arricam ST, Panavision Primo Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Spherical (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 2383)