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Release Date:
17 January 2014 (USA) See more »
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Nothing's impossible.
Plot:
A snowboarder takes lessons from a former champion, inspiring him to reach for the stars once again. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Luke Benward ... Will

Dove Cameron ... Kayla

Kiersey Clemons ... Skye Sailor

Mike C. Manning ... Nick Swift

Dillon Lane ... Burke

Carlon Jeffery ... Dink

Andrew Caldwell ... Sam

Patrick Fabian ... Richard Morgan

Amy Farrington ... Andrea Cloud

Jeffrey Nordling ... Sebastian Swift

K. Danor Gerald ... Camera Operator

Colton Tran ... Mike Lamb

Joe Cappelletti ... Snowboard Competition Announcer (voice)
Jeff Fischer ... Snowboard Competition Announcer (voice)

Allan Groves ... Announcer

Angella Joy ... Judge

Mason D. Davis ... Random Dude (as Mason Mac)

Kelsie Mathews ... High End Spectator

Victoria Moroles ... Pia
Kennedy Clark ... Snowboarder (as Kira Peacock)

Trevor Snarr ... Security Guard Bennie
Stacy Sobieski ... Photographer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Kenda Benward ... Madeline

Tatum Chiniquy ... Linds
Bryan Daley ... Event Organizer
Ken Foody ... Visiting Dad

James Gaisford ... Assistant
Rex Jensen ... Spectator

Paul Kiernan ... Marshall

Joshua David McLerran ... Spectator
Karen Peterson ... Competition Spectator
Jason Tatom ... Mr. Rourke

Chad Wright ... Snowboarder
Michelle Zeller ... Sarah
Kristin Dean ... Ice Skater (uncredited)

Deborah Lee Douglas ... Jennifer - Skiier (uncredited)

Christopher Escalante ... Competition Spectator (uncredited)
Phillip Estes ... Will Cloud Fan (uncredited)
Carl Jorgensen ... Richard's Collegue (uncredited)
Vaughn Odenbrett ... Richard's Colleague (uncredited)
Tiffany Quilter ... Snowboarder (uncredited)

Quinci Staker ... Snowboarding Spectator (uncredited)
Kira Walker ... Competition spectator (uncredited)
Trevor Woolsey ... Snowboarding Extra (uncredited)

Directed by
Paul Hoen 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Justin Ware  written by

Produced by
Matias Alvarez .... producer
Kari Hobson .... associate producer
Tracey Jeffrey .... supervising producer
Jasmine Kosovic .... co-producer
Jessica Rhoades .... executive producer
Kirkland Tibbels .... executive producer
Ashley Tisdale .... executive producer
Shaun White .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Alex Wurman 
 
Cinematography by
Suki Medencevic 
 
Film Editing by
Girish Bhargava 
 
Casting by
Barbie Block 
Sally Stiner 
 
Production Design by
Mark Hofeling 
 
Art Direction by
Richard T. Olson 
 
Set Decoration by
Konnor Jenson 
 
Costume Design by
Tom McKinley 
 
Makeup Department
Megan Danner .... key hair stylist
Bern Kubiak .... key makeup artist
Greg T. Moon .... makeup department head
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Donald Hauer .... first assistant director
Kathy Jarvis .... second unit director
Ryan Pederson .... second second assistant director
Peggy Stuber .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
David Brothers .... key scenic
Tyler Drussel .... set dresser
Michelle Fairbank .... assistant property master
Jason Haase .... art department coordinator
Rocky Jackson .... set dresser
John Malmborg .... construction coordinator
Tyler Mann .... set dresser
Josh Moceri .... set dresser
Courtney Pitts .... set dresser
Patrick J. Rodriguez .... illustrator
Ian Roylance .... property master
Cortland Wilson .... set designer
 
Sound Department
Dan Carlisle .... playback operator
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor
Gary Gegan .... re-recording mixer
Paul H. Maritsas .... boom operator
Katiene Norton .... sound utility
Jonathon 'Earl' Stein .... sound mixer (as Jonathan Earl Stein)
Jonathon 'Earl' Stein .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Jonathan M. Perry .... special effects assistant
 
Visual Effects by
Michael Caplan .... visual effects producer
Sean Kinnear .... visual effects artist
Dan Schmit .... visual effects supervisor
Adam Simpson .... visual effects coordinator
Mark Velazquez .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Clair Bidez .... stunt double: Kayla
Dylan Bidez .... stunt double
Kathy Jarvis .... stunt coordinator
Katie Sciuto .... stunt double
Brennan Swanson .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Douglas Arnold .... best boy-electric
Kurtis Burr .... "b" camera first assistant camera
Antony Bustamante .... electrician
Natalie Cass .... still photographer
Nic Edwards .... assistant camera
Jason Fife .... key grip
Glenn Fisk .... jib operator
Fred Hayes .... still photographer
Judd Hillman .... best boy rigging electric
Christopher Larsen .... second assistant camera
Michael P. May .... a camera steadicam
Kory Mills .... lighting technician
Kyle Raney .... electrician
J. Owen Rogers .... additional gaffer
J. Owen Rogers .... electrician
Brian Sullivan .... camera operator
Craig Sullivan .... best boy rigging grip
Andrew Thie .... electrician
Charles Unice .... best boy: grip
MarSchelle Walker .... grip
Scott W. Warren .... grip
Scott W. Warren .... rigging grip
Peter Weiland .... lighting technician
Wayne Wulfenstein .... rigging key grip
 
Casting Department
Robert Milo Andrus .... casting associate
Gumby Kounthong .... extras casting
Gayle Minkevitch-Jensen .... extras casting
Covey Quist .... extras casting assistant
Yun .... extras casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Michelle l Boucher .... costumer
Gillian Robin Christie .... assistant costume designer
Shantell Guy .... costumer (as Shantell Guy-Bailey)
Jacqueline Newell .... costumer
Kacie Seamons .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Don Brochu .... additional editor
Johnny Kirkwood .... final colorist
Kathleen McAuley .... first assistant editor
David E. Schneider .... on-line editor
 
Location Management
Andrew K. Hodge .... assistant location manager
Shane Josephs .... location assistant
Andrew Langton .... location manager
Joseph Anthony Vasquez .... location assistant
Mark White .... assistant locations manager: locations scout
 
Music Department
H. Scott Salinas .... music editor
Michael Tuller .... additional score
Matthew Atticus Berger .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Kelly Klindt .... driver: electrics
Brett Miller .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Jennifer Chapman .... production coordinator
Angel Fisher .... production assistant
Kipling Hicks .... assistant production coordinator
Amy Lia .... stand-in
Colin McDermott .... office production assistant: dayplayer
Ryan McDowell .... office production assistant
Marshall D. Moore .... film commissioner
Kate Morrison .... script supervisor
Shay Mosley .... accounting clerk
Sam Nainoa .... set production assistant
Merrill S. Nielson .... production assistant: Day Player
Russell Nunley .... Key set production assistant
Jennifer Ricci .... production accountant
 

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85 min
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3rd DCOM to star Luke Benward. The other two being Minute Men (2008) 6 years prior and Girl Vs. Monster (2012) (TV) 2 years prior.See more »
Quotes:
[Pia and Linz rush over to help Kayla. They find her passed out on the bed and staring into space]
Pia:[nervous] Kayla, step away from the light!
Kayla:[talking crazy] It's like snow. Like the finest, fluffiest powder on a winter's day. One minute, it's there, and then, poof, my whole life just... melted.
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Soundtrack:
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
love it, 24 March 2014
Author: kendabenward50 from United States

A snowboarder Kayla Morgan (Dove Cameron), the best girl shredder in Summit Valley, Seattle, competes in a snowboarding challenge and wins for the girls' division. With her Swift snowboarding teammate/boyfriend, Nick Swift (Mike Manning), who is also the son of team coach Sebastian Swift (Jeffrey Nordling), she trains as a part of the Swift Team to win the "Fire and Ice" snowboarding competition. A year ago, a viral video branding the famous, legendary snowboarder Will Cloud (Luke Benward) as an "epic failure" caused Will to end his snowboarding career. He wiped out attempting a move he created in Fire and Ice, called the Cloud 9, and almost died, allowing the Swifts to take the win. Now, Will works at his family's dog-kennel with his mom, Andrea (Amy Farrington). During a prey-Fire and Ice party for the Swifts, Sebastian Swift tells Nick that he needs to do whatever it takes to win Fire and Ice. After the party, Kayla, Nick, and other their two other teammates find Will's sled that he left behind while taking a customer's dog for a walk. Kayla and Nick get on and ride the sled, however, Nick is unable to control it and apologizes to Kayla before falling out of the sled. Still riding, Kayla crashes into the mountain lodge sign, demolishing it and breaking the sled in the process. A security guard finds her and takes her home, and Kayla was abandoned by her teammates to take the blame. Will was informed that his sled was broken.

Her parents, Richard (Patrick Fabian) and Madeline, tell Kayla and Will that they will fix the sign, but Kayla has to work at the dog-kennel every day after school to pay for Will's sled unless she told them who else was there at the incident. She refuses, and she and Will argue about her presence at the kennel. In the midst of their talk, Will blatantly tells Kayla that even though she had won many medals, her board technique was rusty and she was only on the Swift team because her dad owned the resort and supplied the team with money.

After school, Kayla hurries into the kennel, hoping not to be spotted. While Will took a dog for a walk, Kayla fills the dogs' food bowls. She receives a message from Sebastian that she is kicked off the team because of her misconduct. Furious, she marches up to Nick and they have a serious discussion. He and the others knew about her dismissal from the team but wouldn't do anything about it. When Kayla presses further, Nick comes straight out with the truth he's been trying to avoid and explains that she can't win Fire and Ice, due to her faulty riding. She and her father argue about how he doesn't think Kayla's good enough to try to reach for the stars.

The next day, Kayla is seen mopping the floor and arrived at the kennel earlier than Will. When Will arrives, he is with his friends, Dink (Carlon Jeffery) and Sam (Andrew Caldwell). Sam had taken a nasty fall attempting a snowboarding move, and Will lectures Sam about following the exercises he recommended for him and figures out where Sam went wrong. Kayla realizes that Will truly does know what he is doing. Later, Will and his friends leave for some pizza, leaving Kayla in charge. After she locks one of the dogs, Donald, in his cage, Kayla gives another, Buford, a bath. Donald mischievously unlocks the cage and lets the other dogs out. She discovers their escape and chases them through town. Later, she talks to Nick again, and he decides it that they should break-up, thinking she is a distracting him from the competition. When Kayla returns to the kennel with the dogs, she pleads to be fired, but Andrea refuses. Back at home, her friends try to comfort her and bring themselves to watch the viral video and see how Will got injured.

Kayla asks Will to train her for Fire and Ice so she can really know snowboarding and work on her technique. She also offers to remodel the kennel to bring in more customers. Will denies that he still loves snowboarding and refuses to coach her. Infuriated, Kayla keeps trying to talk reason into him. He blatantly replies that she did not have a team to compete with, and so there would be no point in teaching her anyways. Kayla sees his old teammates and decided that they could be a team together. Kayla then notices the really famous shredder, Skye Sailor (Kiersey Clemons), and realizes the Swifts have replaced her with Skye. She tries to reason with Will again, telling him not only the Swifts replaced her, but they beat Will too and he hasn't snowboarded since. Will then agrees to train them.

At school, she tells her friends that Will will coach her and introduces them to Sam and Dink. She sees Nick and is incredulous when he silently 'what-upped' her. Spotting Skye, she points her out to her friends, who comfort her by reminding Kayla that Skye was wearing double studs, which was "so last season." Later, Skye spots Kayla and offers to give her an autograph. Realizing this was the girl she replaced, she decided to make the autograph to 'Kayla, Everyone's favorite Daddy's girl.' Angrily, Kayla remarks that she will be the winner of Fire and Ice. Will frustrated tells Kayla that she has to prove that, and they started serious training. Kayla isn't doing great at the start, but she is later shown steadily improving and also working on the makeover for the dog care. At one point, Nick sees Kayla and Will together and he doesn't seem happy about it.

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