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In "The Cutting Edge: Fire & Ice," Francia Raisa reprises her role as Alejandra "Alex" Delgado in film franchise, whose figure skating career came to an abrupt halt after her partner (on and off the ice) became injured. As their love affair cooled, a heart-broken Alex stopped competing and turned to teaching. Enter James Van Fehr, the smoldering bad boy of speed skating, who has had fiery Alex in his sights as a skating partner ever since he was banned from speed skating. There aren't many girls who say no to James Alex may well be the first. However, James pushes her buttons, challenging her like no one else and her fighting spirit returns. She agrees to be his partner and they begin a grueling practice regimen fueled (and occasionally derailed) by their own tempestuous relationship which heats up as they get closer to competition. But will their passion destroy Alex's chance to bring home the gold again?Written by
J. Ashton Good
I see that this movie has not been rated as much it has to be. It definitely deserves more than 5 odd stars. The main reason that I am saying this is the kind of chemistry the two lead roles enjoy in this movie seems to be really good. And moreover I think Francia Raisa has done a beautiful piece of acting in this. I felt she was good in getting her emotions through. She is am sure going to go greater heights in her career. Its just a matter of time. She has got the looks, talent and also the right acting skills. No doubt she is going to become one of the greatest assets of any filmmaker. I personally enjoyed a lot of scenes in this movie. The one where Brendan Fehr(male lead role) teaches the kids along with Raisa. The training scenes have also been done well.
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