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They must also deal with the vicious tricks of one of their rivals. This movie has a lot of famous skaters in it, including Sasha Cohen, Scott Hamilton, Peggy Fleming, Brian Boitano, Dorothy Hamill, Nancy Kerrigan, as well as others who perform as competing doubles teams. Starring: Taylor Firth, Rob Mayes, Henry Czerny, and Morgan Kelly. This is a remake of the 1978 movie Ice Castles. Alexis Winston is well on her way to becoming a champion figure skater when she falls, hitting her head and suffering a loss of eyesight. She retreats to her home where she is protected by her father. While she is feeling sorry for herself, her former boyfriend, Nick, returns to encourage her to try to skate again. In the course of training her to skate blind, Alexis falls in love with Nick and with skating all over again. This movie was released as a direct-to-DVD version shortly before the 2010 Winter Olympics. Lynn-Holly Johnson, who played Alexis Winston in the original Ice Castles movie, was to play a part in this remake, but it was later edited out.
You can see this edited part in the extras on the movie DVD. Starring: Christy Romano, Ross Thomas, and Scott Thompson. Jackie Dorsey, the daughter of Olympic gold medalists Kate Moseley and Doug Dorsey in the original Cutting Edge, now seeks her own Olympic gold. However, after a serious injury, she is unable to keep up with the rigorous training for singles skating. She decides her best bet is pairs and finds a surfer-boy named Alex Harrison who is willing to train with her. However, they fight so much that her mother, their coach, harnesses them together and forces them to do everything together in order to meld as a team. They overcome their differences, but when Alex announces his engagement to his girlfriend, Jackie realizes she is in love with Alex and they must face their feelings for each other as they skate toward the championship. This movie was produced by the ABC Family cable channel and was then released to DVD. Figure skaters Oksana Baiul, Sean McNamara, and Michael Kuluva appear in this movie. Starring: Matt Lanter, Francia Raisa, and Ben Hollingsworth.
After Zach Conroy's skating partner, Celeste, is seriously injured and cannot participate in training for months, both Celeste and the coach convince Zach to search for a new partner. But that seems like an impossible challenge due to Zach's temper and his record of injuring his partners. Zach finally discovers a partner in an unlikely place: in a hockey game. After Zach loses to a girl named Alex in a hockey match, he realizes her potential. However, Zach's coach is less than pleased, because he does not believe she has what it takes. He drops Zach, so Zach talks Jackie Dorsey of The Cutting Edge 2 into coaching them. They must overcome their differences and face many challenges to skate to the top. This movie was produced by the ABC Family cable channel. Starring: Sonja Henie, Tyrone Power, Arthur Treacher, and Raymond Walburn. In the film, Lili Heiser (Sonja Henie) works as a ski instructor at a luxury hotel in the Swiss Alps. She falls in love with a man who goes skating every morning.
She thinks the man is a tourist, but later discovers that he is a prince who is trying to escape the pressures of being royalty. This movie has a fantastic attention to detail, and amazing talent. For example, more than 100 skaters were used to create an authentic skating rink scene. It's a must-see, nominated for the Academy Awards for best dance direction. This movie also features the skating talents of Sonja Henie, who won gold in the Olympics in 1928, 1932 and 1936, and beautiful vocal performances by Leah Ray. Which skating movie is your favorite? Have I missed any of your favorites skating movies? Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. 0 of 8192 characters usedPost CommentNo HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. I love the humour in how they fight and yet grow so acustomed to each other in the end. Certainly Blades of Glory gets my votes in the skating movie catagory, though Ice Castle is a classic Lynn Holly Johnson who was a former figure skater. In the Blade of Glory Sasha was the best in a cameo appearance and of course you could see some familiar faces as well too.