The Cutting Edge: Going for the Gold (2006)

Director
Sean McNamara

Main cast
Christy Carlson Romano; Ross Thomas; Scott Thompson Baker; Kim Kindrick

Genres
Comedy, Drama, Romance

Description
Two ice skaters develop a love-hate relationship while dreaming of Olympic glory.


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