I, Tonya

I, Tonya ★★★★

COVID-19. Self-quarantine movie re-watch #29.

I will forever adore Margot's acting. She magnificently portrays this role as an unempathetic, round, complex, character; that tries to live her life with the only abilities and specialties that she has. Despite all of her complications and abuse in her life; she tries to be recognized and prove to every person on the planet that she was an incredible person with a lot of talent. And really, the only thing that brought her happiness in her life was skating. Margot Robbie understood the character, she emerged with that idea and the representation of her and executed it wonderfully. I love this story, and the character, because it just provest hat we are not perfect, but our lack of perfections define us, and that's what makes us humans. I will forever be mad that Margot never won the Oscar for this role. (I mean Frances McDormand in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri was also excellent, but she didn't deserve it in my opinion). And also the editing of this movie is fantastic, (although a bit slow in some cases; for a fast-paced movie). Allison Janney is fantastic as Tonya's abusive mother. And Sebastian Stan was super underappreciated for this role.

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