Help! I'm A Fish

Help! I'm A Fish
Help! I'm A Fish

Year

2000

Duration

77 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

This beautiful and traditionally animated feature film tells the enchanting story of three children who inadvertently embark on an exhilarating underwater journey. After drinking a mysterious potion, Stella turns into a starfish. Determined to return her safely to dry land, Fly and Chuck take the potion themselves and begin to search the ocean as sea creatures, but they have just 48 hours to save Stella and find an antidote. This simple-to-follow plot is compelling as well as fun-filled.

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Contains some very mild peril.

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