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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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Francine McDougall
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jordan Hinson ... Katelin Kingsford
Whitney Sloan ... Hollywood Henderson
Cristine Rose ... Natasha Goberman
Ryan Malgarini ... Bradley Kingsford
Tania Gunadi ... Mojo
Amy Halloran ... Ronnie
Brittany Curran ... Pamela
Sabrina Speer Sabrina Speer ... Shelby Singer
Jake Abel ... Spencer
Kristi Yamaguchi ... Herself
Jodi Russell ... Linda Kingsford
Curt Doussett ... Ed Kingsford
Paul Kiernan ... Coach Reynolds
Morgan Lund Morgan Lund ... Bob
Austin Jepson ... 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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She shoots, She scores, She accessorizes...

Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Family | Sport

Certificate:

TV-G

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 June 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Eishockey-Prinzessin See more »

Filming Locations:

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo | Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Quotes

[after Katelin makes a bad play, Ronnie comes after her]
Ronnie: [to Katelin] What kind of hockey player runs away from a fight?
Katelin Kingsford: [in terror] The kind that doesn't want to break a nail.
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I Want Everything
Written by Antonina Armato and Tim James
Performed by Hope 7
Hope 7 appears courtesy of Armato Records
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Entertaining but with a lot of inaccuracies
11 June 2005 | by laurraineSee all my reviews

I watched this because Kristi Yamaguchi was in it. I follow figure skating fairly closely and enjoy skating myself when my health permits.

I found the story entertaining and fulfilling, but the movie is full of inaccuracies as far as the world of figure skating goes at least as far as I have seen things myself. Although Tanya Harding's actions brought the world's attention to figure skating, she is an anomaly. Figure skaters do not generally try to hinder their competition, at least not so blatantly. Rather there is quite bit of camaraderie among skaters.

The national competition is a several-day event. Each skater must skate at least two programmes. This is done on different days. I'm not familiar with the schedules for school hockey, so I don't know when their championship would take place. The national skating championship typically takes place in January. They take place at a large public arena, not a small rink like the one used in the movie.

I was also somewhat incredulous that when the skater showed up all covered in paint someone didn't ask "What happened to you?"

Enjoy the movie but don't base your ideas about the world of figure skating on it.


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