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Blades of Glory is a American sports comedy film directed by Josh Gordon and Will Speck and starring Will Ferrell and Jon Heder as a mismatched pair of banned figure skaters who become teammates upon discovering a loophole that will allow them to compete in the sport again. The film's story was conceived by Busy Philipps , who "fleshed out the screenplay";  co-writers Jeff and Craig Cox, however, dropped her name from the script. At the World Winter Sport Games, rival men's singles skaters Chazz Michael Michaels, a skillful skater but raunchy sex addict, and Jimmy MacElroy, an equally talented but sheltered and effeminate skater, tie for gold. From the start, the two skaters are clearly polar opposites with different backgrounds; Chazz grew up on the streets of Detroit and is a self-taught skater, while Jimmy was adopted by Darren MacElroy, a wealthy man who adopts children showing stupendous athletic ability. While standing on the awards podium after both skaters tying for gold, the two have an argument that escalates into a fight and ends with the World Games mascot being accidentally set on fire.
10 years later, it’s time to give ‘Blades of Glory’ the respect it deserves
Even on The Office she was quite the stunner no matter that she dressed plainly and was honestly getting a little bit frumpy at times. That was the role obviously and she played it to a tee, but she was still good-looking and still had a lot of sex appeal. In fact she had the most in the entire office to be honest.
Paramount Pictures. I was 12 years old at the time, and there was nothing that could get me in a theater faster than a new Will Ferrell movie. To this day, I have never laughed harder in a movie theater than I did on March 30, I left the theater fully confident that I had seen a comedy classic. I've probably seen 'Blades of Glory' 10 or 15 times since it came out.