Nessie and Me

DVD Release: October 18, 2016
Nessie and Me


Nine-year-old Jamie and his new pals from school must prove that the lake’s mythical and sweet-natured sea creature is real, in order to save his town from a greedy mogul. A mermaid and a treasure map add to this magical adventure.

Dove Review

“Nessie and Me” is an entertaining family film that will be remembered for years to come. It features comedy and mystery, and both young and old will enjoy it.

Jamie hears about the Legend of Nessie, the sea monster, from his friends, but when he encounters Captain Jack, he gets to see the lovely sea creature for himself. He struggles to convince his friends that Nessie is real. Perhaps with the Captain’s help and a camera, he can.

In the meantime, Larry has inherited the last piece of property by the lake and must deal with a wealthy man who wants to own all of the lake property, including his. Larry, along with his friend Izzy, have some problems of their own regarding money. They go on a mission to save the property, and in the meantime, they discover things that will help everyone.

This comical adventure offers a little mystery and a treasure hunt. We are proud to award it the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Young men stare at beautiful girl.
Language: Darn-1; Dang-1
Violence: Man with a bat; man threatens two men that he will break their knees or kill them if they do not pay him; man hits other guys with golf balls; man hits another man in arm; men slap each other while arguing; car chase; golf cart chase and men throwing things at each other; a boat explodes; man steals money and a woman's car; violence is more on the "slapstick" side.
Drugs: Man having a drink.
Nudity: Woman wears many outfits with lots of cleavage; woman in shorts; woman in swimsuit.
Other: Kids walking on path and testing their phones; mysterious girl transports couple to different country; man tries to cheat another man out of property; man lies about being Native American and worrying about the environment; characters believe in mermaids and sea monsters.


Company: Vision Films
Writer: Jim Wynorski
Director: Jim Wynorski
Producer: Joe Gaudin
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: TV-PG
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe