I, Tonya offers us a glimpse into the life of Tonya Harding, whose name will always be synonymous with being a "bad person". It's a film that is simultaneously real, outrageous, sympathetic, and doesn't hold back punches. While it does attempt to show Tonya's side of the story and how much of a victim she was, the film doesn't go so far as to apologize on her behalf. What this movie mainly accomplishes is giving a greater understanding of the infamous story from 20 years ago. The casting was great for this film; Margot Robbie fulling inhabits Tonya and has transformed herself more so than usual to create this role. The supporting cast is no different from this. On the negative side of things, the visual effects of the film were not spectacular. The limited budget didn't help, but regardless, the digital work done to paste Robbie's face on real life figure skaters was a little sloppy. Hey facial features appeared to shift several times during the skating scenes. While your opinion of Tonya Harding may or may not change by the end of this movie, you will walk away with more of an idea of what transpired. I give this one a fricky fresh 8/10.