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Why is Aquamarine rated PG? Aquamarine is rated PG by the MPAA mild language and sensuality
Aimed at young teen girls, Aquamarine focuses on the value of friendship. While bikinis are common on the beach, the main characters are prone to more modest attire. When Aquamarine comes ashore, she is naked but carefully arranged hair keeps her covered although some back nudity is seen. The script includes repeated terms of Deity and one moderate profanity. One girl briefly discusses her lack of cleavage and there is some fawning over boys. A character is trapped in a water tower. Another character pushes a girl off the pier and into the ocean.
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Cast and Crew
Aquamarine is directed by and stars Emma Roberts, Sara Paxton, Jake McDorman.
The most recent home video release of Aquamarine movie is June 12, 2006. Here are some details…
DVD Release Date: 13 June 2006
Catch this mermaid-out-of-water tale on DVD in both wide and full screen presentations. Hear the whole fish story from director Elizabeth Allen and producer Susan Cartsonis, or listen to the cast’s commentary of specific scenes. Net the ones that got away by watching six deleted scenes, and learn the ropes of the production with behind the scenes auditions and five featurettes. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital Surround) and French (Dolby Digital Surround), with subtitles in English and Spanish.
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