Seth Senkalski’s review published on Letterboxd:
Tonya Harding is a crazy bitch, we know this but this story gives a different look at the trashy skater we all love to hate. Margot Robbie slays as the iconic Harding and she brings new life to an old story that will live on forever in Olympic history. But it's much more than that one "incident" it shed light on her upbringing and the she was raised by her terror of a mother LaVona played by the incredible Allison Janney. Allison was absolutely fantastic and barred striking resemblance to the mother, certainly brought to life the incredible mean spirit she possessed. Tonya is a messed up person but this really makes you think, did she know any better if she was absused all her life like this? I loved the way director Craig Gillespie shot the film and the editing it was done so well especially when they kept showing the different interview segments it was brilliant. Soundtrack was amazing too all the classic music of the 80's and 90's loved it.