Riffing on Scorsese is a dangerous game -- see obnoxious fare like "American Hustle" or "Middle Men" -- but it never traps "I, Tonya." Quite the opposite. Playful, gritty, and heart-winning, thanks in no small part to Queen Margot, Allison Janney, and a killer soundtrack.
Such an unfair heartbreaking story that I didn't know of. Another hardworking talented woman imprisoned to a reckless untalented abusive man, who ends up ruining her career. I liked the documentary mixed with breaking the 4th wall and Margot Robbie was really good, but Allison Janney totally stole the show for me. Overall an important story to tell, well told.
A really funny and entertaining film filled with great performances and a soundtracks that has classic songs and hidden gems. It really does feel like it's inspired by Martin Scorsese, which is definitely not a bad thing. Feels more natural rather then forced or gimmicky