Two teenage best friends, Claire (Emma Roberts) and Hailey (Joanna “JoJo” Levesque) regret that they will be separated in five days, since Hailey has to move to Australia because of her mother’s job. One night, after a violent storm they find a mermaid named 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 the beach’s snack shack, but with a human body instead of a mermaid’s. Aquamarine tells them she can assume human form on land during the day if she does not get wet. Claire and Hailey bestfriend Aquamarine, who tells them that she came to land to find love, an idea she knows nothing about, but desires desperately. She tells them that she made a deal with her father: if, in three days, she proves to him that love exists, she will not undergo an arranged marriage. She immediately notices a handsome lifeguard named Raymond (Jake McDorman) – whom Claire and Hailey have admired for awhile – and enlists the help of the two girls to win his heart in return for the granting of a wish. The girls see their opportunity to keep Hailey from moving and immediately start helping her.

Claire and Hailey’s rival – a spoiled, rich girl, Cecilia (Arielle Kebbel) – tries her best to stop them, but fails. Also prominent is an eccentric, compassionate caretaker, Leonard, who rescues Aquamarine from public discovery. Eventually, it is not Raymond that convinces Aquamarine that humans can love, but Claire and Hailey, who are willing to give up their wish and their lives in the aiding of a friend. Raymond and Aquamarine share a kiss and promise to meet up again in the future, Raymond promises he’ll wait for her. Hailey and Claire get their wish from Aquamarine, but decide not to use it until later. But it is mentioned that they plan to use it to make sure all three of them can visit each other every summer.

Starring – Emma Roberts, Sara Paxton, Joanna “JoJo” Levesque
Director – Elizabeth Allen.
Screenplay – Jessica Bendinger and John Quaintance based on a novel by Alice Hoffman.
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6 Responses to “Aquamarine (2006)”

  1. michelle Says:

    It would not let me watch this movie even after doing the servay

  2. Efren Harkavy Says:

    Happy to have found it! Thank you!

  3. aquamarine Says:

    aqua marine movie can not br watched

  4. Yairielis Says:

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  5. elaine Says:

    Hiya I was just wondering how you start up these movies with the chinese writing on front of them so i can watch them please??? very baffled. Thanks Elaine x

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