14 November 2004 | claudio_carvalho
A Delightful Fable
While fishing offshore, the ambitious fisherman Mallick (Sean Taylor) uses explosives and a machine gun and kills the father of three gorgeous mermaid sisters. Diana (Erika Heynatz), the oldest and strongest one, lived with her father and has a powerful trident weapon which becomes a type of hair clip and decides to look for her sisters to chase the killer. June (Sarah Laine) lives in a boat, has a magic mirror, works at the local aquarium and has a crush on the Coast Guard officer Randy (Daniel Frederiksen). Venus (Nikita Ager) has the power of seducing men, has a magic tiara and works as an aquatic dancer in a coastal bar. Together, the three sisters try to find a way to bring justice to the death of their father. 'Mermaids' is one of those movies quite silly, but delightful to be seen. The story, full of magic and fantasy, is delicious. The gorgeous cast is a collyrium for the men eyes. The locations are wonderful. 'Mermaids' is a great entertainment for the whole family. My vote is seven.
Title (Brazil): 'As Sereias' ('The Mermaids')