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Aquamarine - JoJo, Claudia Karvan, Arielle Kebbel, Shaun Micallef, Elizabeth Allen

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Movie propaganda

A fish-out-of-water comedy.

Two teenage girls, Claire (Emma Roberts) and Hailey (JoJo), live at the coast of Florida and regret that they will be separated in 5 days, since Hailey has to move to Australia because of her mother's job. One night after a violent storm they find mermaid Aquamarine (Sara Paxton) in the swimming pool of their beach club. The girls are frightened at first, but then curious. They start to talk with Aquamarine and promise her they will be back in the morning. When they return they find Aquamarine in a nearby shed, but with a human body instead of a mermaid's, which Aquamarine tells them she can have on land during the day if she doesn't get wet. Claire and Hailey befriend Aquamarine, who tells them that she came to land to find love because according to her they don't have it where she's from. She tells them that she made a deal with her dad that if she found love in three days, she won't have to go through with an arranged marriage. She falls in love with attractive lifeguard named Raymond (Jake McDorman) and enlists the help of the two girls to win his heart in return for a wish. The girls of course see their opportunity to keep Hailey from moving and immediately start helping her. Enemy, Cecilia, also loves Raymond, though, and tries her best to win him over.

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Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

  • Film comedy Australia mermaid summer teen relationship cute guy date swimming beach

Persons of interest

  • JoJo .... Mermaid
  • Claudia Karvan
  • Arielle Kebbel .... Cecilia
  • Louise McClatchy .... Bonnie
  • Jake McDorman .... Raymond
  • Shaun Micallef .... Storm Banks
  • Sara Paxton .... Aquamarine
  • Emma Roberts
  • Tammin Sursok
  • Alice Hoffman .... Author
  • John Quaintance .... Screenwriter
  • Elizabeth Allen .... Director

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Theatrical report


Security censorship classification

PG (Infrequent mild coarse language)

Surveillance time

103 minutes (1:43 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

Film: 5 October 2006

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