Rich, handsome, courteous Seattle golden boy Zack Conroy's figure skating partner Celeste Mercier is disabled for months in a training accident. Like their coach Bryan Hemmings, she insists... See full summary »
Jackie Dorsey is the daughter of 1992 Winter Olympics Gold medalists Kate Moseley and Doug Dorsey. She grows up with ambitions of winning her own Olympic gold but that ambition seems to come to an end when she has a career threatening injury. Enter Alex Harrison as her new pairs skate partner and a new chance at Olympic Gold. But can they set aside their stubbornness long enough to actually win ... See full summary »
Christy Carlson Romano,
Scott Thompson Baker
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Rich, handsome, courteous Seattle golden boy Zack Conroy's figure skating partner Celeste Mercier is disabled for months in a training accident. Like their coach Bryan Hemmings, she insists he takes a temporary partner to go on to the national championship, his ticket to the world championship in Paris. Zach and his temper discard all candidates from the circuit, but after an alteration with an ice hockey amateur team he shares to ice with to train, he sets his mind on their only girl, taco joint daughter-waitress Alejandra 'Alex' Delgado. She's unacceptable to Hemmings, who dumps Zach and starts an affair with Celeste, whom he finds another partner. Zach and Alex's worlds keep clashing, but determination, her brother and another coach see them trough. Written by
Skating doubles Fred Palascak (for Matt Lanter) and Melanie Lambert (for Francia Raisa) are husband and wife and both appear in the UK TV show Dancing on Ice (2006). Also appearing on the show is Olympic gold medal winner, Robin Cousins, who had a cameo appearance in the first film of this franchise, The Cutting Edge (1992). (Robin, who is British, was dubbed by an American actor for his role.) See more »
After Alex drove Zach home, they went for a run outside. At first, Zach was wearing a gray jacket. Then his gray jacket magically disappeared at the end of the run. See more »
This TV movie would not be as good as it is, if Matt Lanter was not in it. He looks really pretty throughout the movie.
Several stock scenes of Seattle were repeated in this movie. It was not necessary.
During their "Paris" competition, it is obvious that the arena is the same as they used for the US national competition. And it looks totally unreal, because there was no advertisement around the skating area. And the signs were all in English.
Matt was wearing all those skin tight hot looking, colorful lycra t-shirts which made him incredibly hot. Male figure skaters always wear those skin tight, fancy looking pants and tops when they compete. Why did the costume people give him those boring long sleeves shirt and regular pants to wear when he was competing? Unlike the "Cutting Edge 2" movie, the body doubles' faces were not very visible which is good.
The story is almost predicable. Of course, this is expected for most of the inspirational movies.
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