The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream

The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream

A world class ice skater eager to take the top prize in the biggest competition around finds his dreams going up in flames after his partner suffers a debilitating injury in this romantic sports drama starring Matt Lanter, Francia Rosa, and Christy Carlson Romano. Zack (Lanter) was headed for the gold when his partner suffered an injury that made competing impossible, but could a feisty female hockey player prove the key to keeping his illustrious career on track? Alexandra is an amateur Latina hockey player who has never skated professionally and doesn't much care for Zack, though a little determination goes a long way in helping Zack convince her to join him on the ice. Now, as this unlikely pair begins the arduous training process that could make them both bona-fide superstars, the girl with the icy attitude finds her handsome partner's warmth and charm bringing about a most unexpected thaw.

A world class ice skater eager to take the top prize in the biggest competition around finds his dreams going up in flames after his partner suffers a debilitating injury He then finds a new partner and soon they develop feelings for each other while training to compete in Paris. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Theo M (it) wrote: A mediocre Dutch comedy...

Ruthie R (ru) wrote: You know what? This is not a good movie. But, I'm into it.

Vianni S (us) wrote: INCREDIBLE documentary, absolutely amazing. Enjoyed every second of this film.

jeremy w (ca) wrote: I'm not sure why I liked this more than others but maybe because of my past family relationships. It has a good meaning and good acting by both John Lucas and Christopher Walken. It is about a family who has a troubled past, and an old grandfather's last wish to bring his back family together by forcing them to go on a road trip. Hopefully they will mend their ways before the inevitable things that the future holds. This is not one I will recommend for the sake that many do not feel the same that I did. It got a 61% from the RT com. but only from 49 people. I agree that it could have been better movie but again I liked the point it is trying to portray and the acting. 4 awards 2 nominations

Pavandeep S (de) wrote: A brilliant piece of art, really brilliant use of colours and environment to prove a tale from a cultural point of view, a surrealistic journey into traditions and culture. It's like Godard, " 1+1 = 2 but what does + means". I may have quoted wrongly, but whatever, this film is one where each shot has a special meaning, able to stand up and work the whole film, for wht it is, a pure cinematic journey.

Scott W (au) wrote: Good story. Good atmosphere. Great acting. Dull directing. Bad score. Lousy ending.

Roger D (jp) wrote: Dipping into the changes in society, behavior, values through a period of 25 years is the fascinating background of this 2 person play made into a very fine movie. When a married man and married woman meet up once a year at a Californian hotel to commit adultery, the viewer is taken on a ride relating the history of their lives through witty dialogue, surprising scenes and historical references. Alan Alda and Ellen Burstyn are perfect in their roles. 81 %

Ashish j (kr) wrote: A true story with a very emotional ending.

P P (de) wrote: This is sumptuous, exacting film with fluid camera movements detailing the sensational life of real life bon vivant Montes. The title character's life plays out in a series of flashbacks that are poignant and poetic. Beautiful production design reminiscent of the films of Visconti. The drawback of the big production scalae is that Montes seems somewhat distant and artificial. I still think this film is extraordinary (if not my favourite by this masterful auteur who clearly viewed unconventional women with respect and admiration).

berta a (kr) wrote: great story ; aman and his horn.

Patricia A (ca) wrote: Fantastic - they do not make films like this any more.

Nguyen P (gb) wrote: Just love Meryl Streep, the way she acting is so fucking awesome and Julie Robert was no mistake in this

Dann M (gb) wrote: A fascinating experimental film that explores music and imagination, Fantasia is a triumph of vision. Combining the talents of the Walt Disney Studio and the Philadelphia Orchestra, several pieces of classical music are brought to life through a series of animated vignettes. With the aid of animation the evocative nature of music is explored, from the expression of mood to complex storytelling. Surprisingly none of Disney's trademark characters appear (other than Mickey Mouse in the Sorcerer's Apprentice segment). Instead the segments feature nature scenes and animals and fairy tale creatures engaged in frivolity. Most of the animation is quite impressive, but some of it is a little crude and generic. Still, Fantasia is an extraordinarily well-craft and artistic film that celebrates the power of music to express thoughts and feelings.

Paul D (de) wrote: This doesn't offer anything really new. The JFK movie has been overdone. There are decent performances in this, but it's fairly mediocre overall.

Sharyns m (es) wrote: George Straight is making a Pure Country II

Andres V (nl) wrote: Its a grest movie. It will make you think about the people you have around, and what they really think about you.

John C (kr) wrote: Say goodbye to this movie before it starts. Should be called: "Watered Down 40 Year Old Virgin, Part II." We are supposed to believe that the extremely ordinary (and IMHO rather ugly) Paul Schneider is an automatic chick magnet to a bevy of very attractive younger women that all can't wait to have sex with him. The thing is, he has zero personality, a dreary job, and offers no reason why even the real world women a newly divorced man of his ilk would come across. The plot and writing is thinner than a new computer tablet, so the totally unbelievable story line becomes outright annoying. How anyone could like this turkey-pice-of-crap is beyond me.