Rent Mermaid's Curse (2015)

2.5 of 5 from 46 ratings
1h 25min
Rent Mermaid's Curse (aka Mermaid's Song / Charlotte's Song) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental
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"Mermaid's Curse" is a magical mix of 'Pan's Labyrinth' and 'Carnivale'. When Charlotte's mother dies it leaves her and her five sisters helping their father run their family business to make ends meet. Help comes in the form of a gangster who offers to pay off their debts in exchange for making changes to the business. What he doesn't know is that Charlotte (Katelyn Mager) is in fact a mermaid, capable of controlling humans with her voice, and what follows is a magical war in which antagonists from many camps seek to take advantage of Charlotte's power.
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Darren Borrowman, Dylan Thomas Collingwood, Lindsey Mann, Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin
Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin, Bob Woolsey, Meagan Hotz, Lindsey Mann
Mermaid's Song / Charlotte's Song
High Fliers Video Distribution
Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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Run Time:
85 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9

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Reviews (1) of Mermaid's Curse

Stylish but uninvolving - Mermaid's Curse review by NP

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A pinch of Del Torro, and a spot of David Lynch, some very competent actors, some nice stylish direction – and the result is inexplicably dull. The fault must lie with the script, which is inconsequential and uninvolving. This – like the occasional sound issues – could be an artistic decision, to elevate the weirdness of the piece, but either way the results are a bit of a chore to watch. In fact – and I don’t often use this sentence – the musical numbers are often highpoints.

A lot of effort seems to have gone into this, and budget doesn’t appear to be lacking, so I feel I should like it more than I do. Even so, I found it a challenge to stick around until the end. We don’t really get to know the characters, or learn what relationship they have with each other, and therefore don’t care what happens to most of them.

The plot is hard to fathom, frequently incomprehensible. Again, this could be deliberate, but either way, it alienates the viewer. I couldn’t get into this, and didn’t know what kind of film it wanted to be. My score is 4 out of 10, which an additional point for the frequently excellent musical score and a finale which goes some way to living up to the promise of the title.

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