This film feels like two different films. The first half focuses heavily on Billie Jean King's love life and lesbianism, while the second half focuses more on her playing career and match versus Bobby Riggs. I think had the blended these two things together without it feeling as choppy as it is, it could have been better. The themes in this film concerning the LBGTQ community and women's pay are relative to issues that are facing society today. Emma Stone and Steve Carrell both have amazing performances and are really well written. This film's pacing is the main thing that hurts it. The direction in this film is good and the script is well constructed with stout dialogue. This movie is entertaining, although not groundbreaking. It is too clumpy with how it takes on the issues it faces. The story is compelling. This is a good biopic but is short of being great. Overall, I give this film a 7/10.