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"She shoots, She scores, She accessorizes..."
  • TV-G
  • 2005
  • 1 hr 28 min
  • 5.6  (4,018)

Go Figure is a 2005 Disney Channel Original Movie that follows the story of a teenage figure skater named Katelin Kingsford, played by Jordan Danger. The movie begins with Katelin practicing her skating routine on a local outdoor pond, where she is discovered by a scout from the prestigious skating academy in Denver, Colorado known as the International Figure Skating Academy (IFSA).

Katelin is offered a scholarship to attend IFSA, but she quickly realizes that fitting in with the other students will be a challenge. Katelin is not only the newest member of the team, but she is also the only one who didn't grow up with a wealthy family and all the luxuries that come with it. She finds herself the target of bullying from her fellow teammates who mock her for her lack of experience, her unpolished skating moves, and her modest wardrobe.

Despite the obstacles she faces, Katelin is determined to succeed. She works hard to improve her skating, receives some help from a disgraced former IFSA skater named Laney (played by Whitney Sloan), and even enlists the help of a local ice hockey player named Spencer (played by Ryan Malgarini) to learn some new moves.

The movie largely revolves around Katelin's growth as a skater and person as she learns more about the world of competitive figure skating. She faces the challenge of finding her own style and voice in a sport that typically values conformity and uniformity. Additionally, she discovers the importance of friendship and forgiveness as she navigates the various personalities at IFSA.

One of the most notable supporting characters in the movie is Katelin's strict skating coach, Natasha Goberman, played by Cristine Rose. Natasha is cold, demanding, and expects nothing short of perfection from her students. Her character adds a sense of tension and drama to the film's many skating scenes.

Go Figure is a feel-good sports movie that follows the typical underdog story arc. It is laden with positive messages about self-confidence, hard work, and perseverance. It also delves into issues of classism, bullying, and rivalries within sports. The movie is geared towards a younger audience, but can be enjoyable for adults who appreciate wholesome sports movies.

Overall, Go Figure is a fun, lighthearted movie that includes plenty of skating, drama, and teenage angst. It is not a particularly groundbreaking movie, but it is an enjoyable watch for anyone who loves figure skating or sports movies in general. The film also includes plenty of upbeat, cheery pop music, which adds to its energy and fun-loving spirit.

Go Figure is a 2005 tv movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.6.

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    1 hr 28 min
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    5.6  (4,018)