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Ice Angel (2000)

TV-G | | Comedy, Drama, Family | TV Movie 5 March 2000
A popular hockey player and an ice skater die on the same day. The soul of the skater goes to heaven but the hockey player is reborn in the body of the ice skater.

Director:

George Erschbamer

Writers:

Phil Valentine (story), Scott Sandin (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Nicholle Tom ... Sarah Bryan
Tara Lipinski ... Tracy Hannibal
Nancy Kerrigan ... Julie
Gwynyth Walsh ... Mrs. Bryan
Jud Tylor ... Danielle (as Judy Tylor)
Aaron Smolinski ... Matt Clark
Thomas Calabro ... Ray Rossovich
Alan Thicke ... Coach Parker
Brendan Beiser ... Allan
Andrew Johnston ... Mr. Bryan
Alec Willows ... Peter
Josée Chouinard Josée Chouinard ... Kelly
Andrew Ross Andrew Ross ... Pee Wee Mathew
Michael Rogers ... Reporter Jay
Rosalynn Sumners Rosalynn Sumners ... Figure Skater Commentator #1
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Storyline

A popular hockey player and an ice skater die on the same day. The soul of the skater goes to heaven but the hockey player is reborn in the body of the ice skater.

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A heavenly mistake took hockey star Matt Clark before his time. Now he's offered a second chance at the gold... as a figure skater?! See more »


Certificate:

TV-G

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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 March 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

On Thin Ice: Going for the Gold See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Guest stars Tara Lipinski, Nancy Kerrigan, Rosalynn Sumners and Peter Carruthers were all championship-winning figure skaters. See more »

Quotes

Sarah Bryan: First, you wrongly end my life and then you dump me into the body of some chick figure skater? What are you thinking?
Allan: I'm sorry, but it was the best I could do under the circumstances. I mean, you insisted on winning a gold medal out on the ice.
Sarah Bryan: No, no, no. A gold medal in hockey. Hockey! That's with pucks and sticks. Not disco music and stupid frou-frou outfits.
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Steal my sunshine
Performed by Len
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its a good little film!
10 April 2003 | by caleb-jSee all my reviews

Comparing it to Heaven can wait, which was made on a major motion picture's budget, at the pace of a feature film (twice as much time to film as a tv movie) is hardly fair.

This film is quite nice for a low budget film produced for a cable network. The lead actress was good in her role. Her performance was on a par with Ellen Barkin in Switch, as a friend of mine commented.

The pace of the story is good, and the fantasy elements are kept believable by the writing and acting skills. There were some performances that were simplistic, but mostly for secondary performances, not those of the lead characters. The parents did border on being parodies of dumb parents however in a few scenes.

Skating scenes were also believable.

The film may not be an Oscar winner, but it had heart and soul, and relied on more than cliches to tell the story. (Not that there were no cliches!) But it was a good, enjoyable film I would watch again.


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