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Ice Castles (2010)

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Alexis is a young girl who dreams of becoming a champion figure skater. One day, while practicing, Alexis suffers a terrible accident that takes her sight and threatens to destroy her dreams.


Donald Wrye


Donald Wrye (teleplay), Gary L. Baim (teleplay) | 2 more credits »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Taylor Firth Taylor Firth ... Lexi
Rob Mayes ... Nick
Henry Czerny ... Marcus
Morgan Kelly ... Aiden
Tattiawna Jones ... Melissa
Eve Crawford Eve Crawford ... Aunt Jane
Andrew MacVicar Andrew MacVicar ... Nick's Coach
Molly Oberstar Molly Oberstar ... Carrie Turner
Jamie Bradley Jamie Bradley ... Cedar Rapids Announcer
Maggie MacKinnon Maggie MacKinnon ... Carol Sanders
Gillian Ferrier ... Snotty Skater
Amy Kerr ... Cedar Rapids Skater
Shawn Duggan Shawn Duggan ... Regional Rinks Reporter #1
Stacy Smith ... Regional Rinks Reporter #2
Nancy Regan Nancy Regan ... Regionals Female Commentator


Alexis Winston is a young girl who dreams of becoming a champion figure skater. The road to becoming a champion is tough and forced to leave her family behind and eventually causes the break up between her and her boyfriend. While practicing, Alexis suffers a terrible accident that takes her sight and threatens to destroy her dreams. In the midst of feeling sorry for herself she finds herself falling in love all over again with her boyfriend in Nick who (with help from her family) helps her to realize that she can still fulfill her dreams. Written by Michael Higgins

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Love is just a fall away... See more »


Drama | Romance | Sport

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Rated PG for some mild language | See all certifications »

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Director Donald Wrye directed both the original "Ice Castles" (1978) and this remake. See more »


Nick: I wish you could see the sunset, Lex.
Lexi: I'd rather see your face.
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Not Bad for Late Night TV
27 February 2012 | by n_odleSee all my reviews

What makes a great movie? To me, that question is answered on many levels. The first, most crucial, to me, is does the movie uplift and motivate me to examine parts of my life that may need improvement. Movies and movie roles are captivating if the character has strengths that the audience can examine through one's own personal lens. This movie meets that criteria. It is very touching. I personally loved the cinematography, especially the views of the Iowa landscape and the figure skating. Beautiful makeup and costumes on the star for competition (I was reminded of The Black Swan.) No villains in this story and a very appropriate relationship between the two young sweethearts for a young audience (applause, applause), with the added feature of "something to aspire to," in terms of personal growth and challenge. No inappropriate sexuality. All around a fine movie to enjoy with a young daughter on a weekend.

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Release Date:

9 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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Ice Castles See more »

Filming Locations:

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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