Ice Angel (2000)

TV Movie   |  TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Family

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A popular hockey player and an ice skater die on the same day. The soul of the skater goes to heaven but the hockey player is reborn in the body of the ice skater.



  • Alan Thicke in Ice Angel (2000)
  • Nicholle Tom in Ice Angel (2000)
  • Nicholle Tom in Ice Angel (2000)
  • Nicholle Tom and Gwynyth Walsh in Ice Angel (2000)
  • Aaron Smolinski and Alec Willows in Ice Angel (2000)
  • Tara Lipinski and Nicholle Tom in Ice Angel (2000)

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6 September 2018 | seivadch
| Feel good movie, with a different twist.
As a winter sports nut, the idea of the USA hockey captain being reincarnated as female figure skater was to good to miss, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Although obviously made on a budget, it was well spent on a good script that needed few special effects.

The gender swap of the lead character is not the real story here. It just allows the film to appeal to boys (hockey) and girls (figure skating). But I agree it is an untold story.

The fun bits for me were Matt not knowing how to put a dress or bra on (bet he knew how to take them off). Trying to put on make up and assuming he could drive.

The more touching side was realising to live his (and Sarah's) dream meant hours of training to reach the top in another sport. And that is the real story, not being able to win at your chosen passion, but replacing it and winning at another. Even if you can't totally let go of the first.

There are a few weepy bits when Matt thinks his best mate has done the dirty on him, but then learns it's quite the reverse. And that leads me back to the excellent writing. There are several key pieces of dialog that make the film make sense. Without them you miss the full story.

I'm not going to tell you what they are, watch and Listen.

As the nurse says 'It's a miracle.'


Release Date:

5 March 2000



Country of Origin

Canada, USA

Filming Locations

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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