Blades of Glory (30-Mar-2007)|
Directors: Josh Gordon; Will Speck
Writers: Craig Cox; Jeff Cox; Busy Philipps
Keywords: Sports Comedy, Figure Skating
Two rival Olympic figure skaters banned from competition exploit a loophole to attempt a comeback as a pairs team.
Wild child Chazz Michael Michaels and perfectionist Jimmy McElroy, elite male figure skaters and bitter rivals, break out into a fight at the 2002 Winter Olympics that results in a lifetime ban from Olympic competition. Desperate to compete for a gold medal once more, the two exploit a loophole in the rulebook to return as figure skating's first-ever male pair, charting an unlikely course together in a lowbrow comedy filled with gay stereotypes and sight gags.
Review by Sabina Ahmatovic (posted on 7-Jul-2007)
Sorry to sound childish but this was a AWSOME movie. I loved it. It had
so many hilarious scenes which will always make me laugh everytime I
think about it. The skating theme was wonderful, I love skating
normally but ice skating is alot more competitive and beautiful. Will
Ferall was "the ladies man" and Jon Heder was the clean, pristiene
(sorry if I spelt it wrong) little daddies boy. On the final scene with
the razor blade I was left on the edge of my seat as Jimmy (Jon Heder)
came so close to cutting Chazzes'(Will Ferall) head of. I was
frightened to death it was extremely scary. And that is what I thought
of the movie. It is a modern day inspiration in the form of comedy.
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