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I, Tonya (2017)

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I, Tonya (2017)

7.6 / 10
Release Date
27 November 2017
2 : 1 minutes
Spoken Language
Competitive ice skater Tonya Harding rises amongst the ranks at the U. S. Figure Skating Championships, but her future in the sport is thrown into doubt when her ex-husband intervenes.

Cast Overview :

Tonya Harding
by: Margot Robbie
Jeff Gillooly
by: Sebastian Stan
LaVona Golden
by: Allison Janney
Diane Rawlinson
by: Julianne Nicholson
Shawn Eckhardt
by: Paul Walter Hauser
Martin Maddox
by: Bobby Cannavale
Dody Teachman
by: Bojana Novaković
Nancy Kerrigan
by: Caitlin Carver
Tonya Harding (3 Yrs)
by: Maizie Smith
Tonya Harding (8-12 Yrs)
by: Mckenna Grace
Skater Mom
by: Suehyla El-Attar
Al Harding
by: Jason Davis
Snooty Girl
by: Mea Allen
Chris Davison
by: Cory Chapman
Skating Judge
by: Amy Fox
by: Cara Mantella
Heckling Spectator
by: Joshua Mikel
Agnes Eckardt
by: Lynne Ashe
Ron Eckardt
by: Steve Wedan
Derrick Smith
by: Anthony Reynolds
USFS Judge
by: Davin Allen Grindstaff
Shane Stant
by: Ricky Russert
by: Miles Mussenden
6 Year Old Girl
by: Annie Livingston
Bob Rawlinson
by: Dan Triandiflou
Judge Londer
by: Alphie Hyorth
by: Daniel Thomas May
Policeman #1
by: Brandon O'Dell
Policeman #2
by: Miles Mussenden
Sports Bar Manager
by: Al Bianchi
FBI Agent #1
by: Jan Harrelson
FBI Agent #2
by: Luray Cooper
by: Kelly O'Neal
by: Cecil Love
Restaurant Employee
by: Sean Goulding
by: Bobby Browning
Bathroom Witness (uncredited)
by: Heather Jocelyn Blair

Member Reviews :

I had zero expectations going into this as not much is known about the movie except for the cast - and obviously the story as it was a huge news event in the 90s - but it turned out to be a wildly entertaining albeit flawed biopic. The film settled on a style and tone that falls somewhere around the Coen brothers territory, but also gave me Christopher Guest vibes with its talking head moments and Paul Thomas Anderson level soundtrack use. It had a lot of cinematic elements, but overall it's a super accessible crowd pleaser. There are two big problems I have with this film, however. Its soundtrack, while filled to the brim with classic songs, often felt out of place or completely unnecessary at times. For an iconic 90s story, having only 70s songs was an interesting choice. A lot of the songs played at strange moments as well and sometimes they were just too on-the-nose. For example, Supertramp's "Goodbye Stranger" plays as Jeff and Tonya separate for the first time. The other problem with this film involves the inclusion of the fourth wall breaking moments. This happens maybe 10 times throughout the film, but it didn't add anything and in fact distracted me from the story when it happened. That said, what's great about this movie is how *truly* funny it is. I was expecting a few laughs because of the ridiculousness of the story, but the comedy here was really smart. It plays like a crime-gone-wrong Fargo-esque tale in its latter half and it works this way really well. The performances are strong especially from the always good Allison Janney (who is a huge scene stealer) and Margot Robbie. I've never seen Robbie give a performance like this before and I consider this her first big, meaty roll that allows her to use all of the acting bones in her body. She's funny, charming, brash, and you can tell she really committed herself to this role. Very impressed.
Fantastic feel-good story with an anti-establishment vibe. The movie challenges your interpretation of the events at the time, and has several sobering moments (oj news coverage, tonya spitting blood). Also funny as all get out.
With the Oscars only a week away and the 2018 Winter Olympics on right now, it seemed like the appropriate time to finally watch _I, Tonya_, the movie for which lead Margot Robbie has received her first "Best Actress" Academy Award nomination. 2017 has had a lot of biopics, and a good number of those garnered awards buzz/consideration, and for all of them, I had (to varying degrees) the same complaint: They're to much about the "what" and not enough about the "who". _I, Tonya_ bucks that trend completely, and gives us a movie in which I felt I truly got to know these characters. Now how accurate those "characters" are to their real life counterparts is another discussion for another time, but contained within the movie itself, I was very satisfied with the insight I got in _American Ice Skater Story_. _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._