This is a solid film with very strong performances by Margot Robbie and Allison Janey. Additionally, the soundtrack is amazing, whoever selected the songs for this movie did great. This film really does a great job of conveying the pain Tonya went through during her life with her mother and husband. The brutality of abuse is an ever-present theme throughout this film. This movie is not all dark and heavy though. It contains some comedic moments as well as some dazzling skating scenes. The cinematography to the skating scenes is masterfully done. At the end of the film though, we still cannot tell if we are to feel symapthetic or not towards Tonya's fall from grace. The film takes contradictory interviews about "the incident" of Nancy Kerrigan getting her knee broken, which makes it difficult to say who is telling the truth and who is not. However, regardless of the truth of some nitty gritty details the interviews, it is apparent that Tonya's life was not smooth sailing. Therefore, we are prone to feel sympathetic to her plight even in the aftermath of "the incident". This movie does a great job of detailing the events before, after, and during the event that changed Harding's life forever. Overall, I would give this film an 8/10.