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Go Figure (2005)

TV-G | | Comedy, Drama, Family | TV Movie 10 June 2005
A teenager dreams of becoming a champion ice-skater, and soon discovers a top Russian instructor is working at a nearby private school.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Katelin Kingsford
... Hollywood Henderson
... Natasha Goberman
... Bradley Kingsford
... Mojo
... Ronnie
... Pamela
Sabrina Speer ... Shelby Singer
... Spencer
... Herself
... Linda Kingsford
... Ed Kingsford
... Coach Reynolds
Morgan Lund ... Bob
... Hooner (as Austin B. Jepson)
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"Go Figure" follows 14-year-old Katelin in her quest to become a world class championship ice skater. When renowned Russian figure skating coach Natasha Goberman offers to train her at the private school where she teaches, Katelin will do almost anything to take advantage of the opportunity - even join the girl's hockey team on scholarship. Written by Anonymous

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[In the ice rink, Natasha is training Katelin with Pamela in the background]
Natasha Goberman: That's what I want... focus... still... champion.
Pamela: Champion? Not on my watch.
[Storms off]
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Greatest Day
Written by Jaret Reddick
Performed by Bowling for Soup
Courtesy of Jive Records
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A Disney Movie Aimed at Older Kids and Younger Teens
12 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

This was a Disney Channel Original Movie, so it can't be expected to be a masterpiece, but it was entertaining and had a good theme.

It centers around Katelin who is one of the best figure skaters around where she lives. A Russian figure skating coach decides to help make her the best, but her parents won't pay for her to go to boarding school. By pulling a few strings Natasha(the Russian coach) manages to get her a full scholarship at the same school, but for hockey instead. Katelin has to work extra hard if she wants to be the best. As well as keeping it a secret that she's a figure skater because all the girls on the hockey team despise figure skaters.

The movie was good. The story was somewhat unrealistic(like in the aspect that she gets a full scholarship for a hockey team), but not way predictable. It entertained me and had me rooting for Katelin. I'd recommend it to all kids around 14 or so and younger. And to parents if they can understand that it's aimed at the kids and not them.


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