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Aquamarine

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It's a comedy but unreal. Two teenage girls discover a mermaid in their beach club's swimming pool. She promises them a wish if they help her prove to Neptune love exists, and Raymond is the only creature resembling a love-god.
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Sci-Fi Weekly
Kids seem to love the recognizable 'tween stars, but for the rest of us it's sort of like the cotton-candy scene%u2014we're not sure whether to eat it or rub our faces in it.
August 23, 2006
Village Voice
This movie, in fact, is all about conformity.
March 07, 2006
Empire Magazine Australasia
Little girls and salty sea dogs alike have long been held in thrall to the mermaid's siren song; in Aquamarine, based on Alice Hoffman's book, the ladyfish finds herself awash in the low tide of teen romantic comedy.
November 07, 2012
Philadelphia Inquirer
Like its title character, Allen's choppy and inconsistent film has two speeds, ditsy or sentimental, and never gathers momentum.
March 03, 2006
Film Journal International
Director Elizabeth Allen sets a nicely easy-breezy tone for Aquamarine, but her comic timing is sometimes shaky and she sadly cannot overcome the weaknesses of the script.
March 01, 2007
FilmFocus
As shameless as trashy cookie-cutter studios movies will ever get.
July 01, 2006
Time Out
Unfortunately, the performances are often clunky and the art direction and CG are wanting, so anyone over the age of eight is likely to find it cheap around the edges. One for very little mermaids.
June 24, 2006
Ebert & Roeper
This film is entirely harmless. It's utterly forgettable.
March 06, 2006