Carly Schroeder (co-star of "Lizzie McGuire") stars in this minor environmentalist drama about a troubled Southern California teen who visits her angry, long-lost father at a dolphin research facility in the Bahamas. Dad's trying to communicate with the animals and bring a little environmental awareness to the locals, who want to build an aquatic tourist trap. Dad eventually bonds with daughter, daughter becomes some sort of dolphin whisperer and the locals learn to love fish. A decent enough film for teenage seaweed-huggers, but pretty amateur stuff for the rest of us. 100 minutes PG-13.