|Directed by||Skott Snider|
|Written by||Scott Bindley|
|Produced by||Brad Krevoy|
|Edited by||Emma E. Hickox|
|Music by||Eric Allaman|
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures Home Entertainment|
Scotty McKay (Cameron) is just an everyday beach-bum who used to have it all, when he finds an attractive genie named Jeannie (Dolenz). Her mission is to assist Scotty. With Jeannie's help, Scotty has everything again and more, as Jeannie does his bidding and answers to his every beck and call; that is until he asks Jeannie to make him more desirable to the next door supermodel, Dana (Felicity Waterman).
Jeannie can't help as far as love is concerned, and besides, Dana is just not interested. Jeannie soon runs into problems when she finds herself attracted to Scotty and finds it difficult to help him win Dana's heart. The story ensues with a gamut of events resulting in mayhem.
- Dean Cameron as Scotty McKay
- Ami Dolenz as Jeannie
- Felicity Waterman as Dana
- Pat Morita as Gus
- Allen Garfield as Magnus O'Leary
- Alexis Arquette as Lars
- Martin Mull as Donald Burbank
- Vincent Schiavelli as Mystic
- Dean Cain as Volleyball Player #1
- Frances Buchsbaum as Scotty's grandmother
- Johnny Cocktails as Mac
- Cecile Krevoy as Scotty's mother
- Brian Perry as Soup
- Gary Grant as Himself
Miracle Beach was released direct-to-video on VHS by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on September 30, 1992. In the Philippines, the film was released in theaters as Genie, My Love on October 20, 1992; it was marketed as "suitable for the whole family".