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Robert Rodriguez appears in the credits fourteen times, most notably as director, a producer, a screenwriter (along with Marcel Rodriguez), visual effects supervisor, director of photography, editor, a camera operator, and a composer and performer.The story is credited to Racer Max Rodriguez, with additional story elements by Rebecca Rodriguez, who also wrote the lyrics for the main song, "Sharkboy and Lavagirl".They reach Planet Drool via a shark-like spacecraft, where Max learns that the dreamworld is turning bad, courtesy of Mr.Electric (also portrayed by George Lopez), originally the dreamworld's electrician, but now corrupted.However, he does receive friendship from Marissa (Sasha Pieterse), the daughter of his teacher Mr.Electricidad (George Lopez), whose name is Spanish for "electricity".

He creates two characters; Sharkboy (Taylor Lautner), a young boy who was raised by sharks after losing his father at sea, and Lavagirl (Taylor Dooley), who can produce fire and lava, but has trouble touching objects without setting them alight. In real life, Max's parents (David Arquette and Kristin Davis) have little time for him, and their marriage seems to be on the rocks, and he is bullied by fellow schoolmate Linus (Jacob Davich).Max witnesses her revival, and concludes that her purpose is as a light against the dark clouds which have slowly engulfed Planet Drool's skies.Max gains reality warping as the Daydreamer, and battles Linus/Minus, defeating him, and offering to make a better dreamworld between the two of them, which Minus agrees to. Electric refuses to accept the new dreamworld, and flies off to Earth to kill Max while he is dreaming.Max awakens back in his classroom in the middle of the storm. Electric materializes before Max and an astonished Mr. Max's parents get sucked into the storm, but are saved by Sharkboy and Lavagirl. Electricidad, Linus and Max all make peace with one another, and Max is reunited with his parents.Max gives the Crystal Heart to Marissa, allowing her to gain the Ice Princess's powers, which she uses to freeze, and destroy Mr. In the end, Max informs his class that Planet Drool became a proper dreamworld again, Sharkboy became the King of the Ocean, and Lavagirl became Queen of the Volcanoes, including aquatic ones, and as the film shows Max finally finishing Tobor, he reminds the class to "dream a better dream, and work to make it real." Robert Rodriguez has an uncredited role voicing a shark.

He creates two characters; Sharkboy (Taylor Lautner), a young boy who was raised by sharks after losing his father at sea, and Lavagirl (Taylor Dooley), who can produce fire and lava, but has trouble touching objects without setting them alight. In real life, Max's parents (David Arquette and Kristin Davis) have little time for him, and their marriage seems to be on the rocks, and he is bullied by fellow schoolmate Linus (Jacob Davich).

Max witnesses her revival, and concludes that her purpose is as a light against the dark clouds which have slowly engulfed Planet Drool's skies.

Max gains reality warping as the Daydreamer, and battles Linus/Minus, defeating him, and offering to make a better dreamworld between the two of them, which Minus agrees to. Electric refuses to accept the new dreamworld, and flies off to Earth to kill Max while he is dreaming.

Max awakens back in his classroom in the middle of the storm. Electric materializes before Max and an astonished Mr. Max's parents get sucked into the storm, but are saved by Sharkboy and Lavagirl. Electricidad, Linus and Max all make peace with one another, and Max is reunited with his parents.

Max gives the Crystal Heart to Marissa, allowing her to gain the Ice Princess's powers, which she uses to freeze, and destroy Mr. In the end, Max informs his class that Planet Drool became a proper dreamworld again, Sharkboy became the King of the Ocean, and Lavagirl became Queen of the Volcanoes, including aquatic ones, and as the film shows Max finally finishing Tobor, he reminds the class to "dream a better dream, and work to make it real." Robert Rodriguez has an uncredited role voicing a shark.

Many of the concepts and much of the story were conceived by Rodriguez's children.