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Two best friends get exactly what they fish for in Aquamarine, a laugh-out-loud hilarious comedy about friendship! Emma Roberts, Sara Paxton and pop sensation JoJo star in an adventure that's "the sweetest treat since Princess Diaries!" (Yahoo! Movies)
It's the end of summer and Claire (Roberts) and Hailey (JoJo) have a major problem. In just five days, Hailey's family is moving halfway around the world! These girls need a major miracle, and they get one in the form of Aquamarine, a beautiful mermaid who washes ashore in a late summer storm. Sweet but clueless to the ways of romance, she offers to grant the girls one wish if they help her find the boy of her dreams. But when they attempt to reel in the cute local lifeguard, the result is something none of them expect and they discover that sometimes what you wish for isn't what you really want after all!
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The film is about two twelve-year-old girls Hailey & Clarie, are in love with a dilapidated beach club near their home. After a huge storm, they discover Aquamarine, a mermaid, in the pool of the club. Aquamarine then falls in love with the cute, young lifeguard Raymond, and begs the girls to help her set up a date with him to prove to her father that love is not a myth in her world and also to try get a wish from Aqua to prevent Hailey from moving to Australia. I kind of like Aqua & Raymond as a couple...they're cute. At least she didn't turn into bubbles when he saw she's a mermaid, like in one of my favorite anime series Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch.
Best friends Claire (Emma Roberts) and Hailey (Joanna "JoJo" Levesque) are entering the late stages of what may be their last summer together, as Hailey and her mom are about to move all the way to Australia. There's still time for them to wallow in their mutual crush for lifeguard Raymond (Jake McDorman), comb through magazines to learn everything they can learn about boys, and just enjoy spending time together at the beach, but they can no longer pretend that Hailey won't be leaving. They both yearn for a miracle that will keep them from having to say goodbye to each other all too soon. And sure enough, a miracle turns up right at the bottom of their pool, courtesy of a powerful storm. That would be Aquamarine (Sara Paxton), the world's hottest mermaid, who has run away (actually, I guess she swam away) from home to avoid marrying a merman she cares nothing about. She has three days to prove that love actually exists -- only then will her father call off the arranged wedding. Claire and Hailey, with all the knowledge of romance they have gleamed from teen magazines and Cosmo, are more than eager to help her in her quest -- especially since Aquamarine has the power to grant them one wish if they succeed in helping her.Read more ›
One night, a storm washes up piles of debris, lots of which end up in the swimming pool. Claire accidentally falls into the pool, and has a panic attack when she sees what she believes to be a shark in the pool. (She's also afraid of the water after the tragic deaths of her parents) Later that evening the girls return to the pool to try to find out what Claire actually saw, and to their amazement and initial horror, they find Aquamarine, a runaway mermaid.
They make friends with her, and learn that she can attain human form during the daytime, once she doesn't get wet. Aquamarine makes a deal with her father, that if she can find love in three days she won't have to get married to the merman of his choice, and proceeds to set her amorous sights on Raymond. Naturally, the girls try to direct her attentions elsewhere, but after she promises them a wish in return, they agree to help. Unfortunately, there's a rival on the scene, and the girls have their work cut out for them when Cecilia starts strutting her stuff.
This is a fun family film, and if there are any girls in the eight to thirteen age group on your gift list, you might want to consider this movie.