A figure skater turns to teaching after her partner suffers a debilitating injury, and later summons the courage to get back out on the ice by teaming with a rebellious speed-skater with a bad reputation.
A young girl is on top of the world until a tragic accident dashes her hopes and dreams of becoming a world-class figure skater. Only with the help of those who love her can she prove to ... See full summary »
Laurel is a struggling fashion designer who finds herself with a job as a personal assistant for Danny, a quarterback sidelined with an injury. Laurel knows nothing about football and Danny hasn't ever had a female assistant.
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 the game?Written by
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Producer and director Sean McNamara appears in a cameo as the hotel client dressed in orage at the valet parking table outside the hotel. See more »
In a competition, points are deducted if the program music has words in it. In some of the programs in the movie, there are words in the song. See more »
No! Absolutely not! Nobody does side by side triples! It's too dangerous
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The whole premise of this film is based on the main character as the daughter of Kate Moseley (Moira Kelly) and Doug Dorsey (D.B. Sweeney) of Paul Michael Glaser's film, "The Cutting Edge" (1992). The time line does not match. It is a physical impossibility.
The final scenes of "The Cutting Edge" take place at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France. These games took place between 8-23 February 1992. Even if Kate had conceived on the night of the pairs final when they finally "said it", the child would have been born later that year. She would be 13 years old in 2006, ineligible for seniors skating and Olympic competition. Jackie Dorsey as portrayed in this film is definitely NOT thirteen! As a stand alone work, this might be an OK film, but to base it on the Mosely-Dorsey connection asks too much suspension of disbelief on the part of one who has seen and loved the story of Doug and Kate.
Too bad the makers couldn't wait for Vancouver.
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