Lipe 🐺’s review published on Letterboxd:
Undoubtedly, Margot Robbie is one of the best actresses of this generation, she deserved so much that Oscar for this role. There's a scene, where she's in front of the mirror and doesn't say anything, but clearly, trying to hide the pain and forcing a smile... this moment is worthy a standing ovation. I also need to praise the performances of Sebastian Stan, who plays a complete asshole (great merit of the actor, because if I hate this man, it is because he was interpreted in a very convincing way, as well as all his construction in the story) and Allison Janney, which alternates between serious and comical moments (and then I was left in a dilemma if I should laugh or not, because that mother is a bitch). Great biography, with several remarkable moments and a perfect soundtrack (I love "The Chain" by Fleetwood Mac).