Strong performances by both leads but not much else to offer. No story substance, no clarity on timeline. Visually fine, but just mediocre storytelling. Ronan and Robbie are the only two threads that keep this from unraveling.
America’s renegade versus America’s sweetheart. Even the most casual observer of figure skating knew the names Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan back in the ’90s. Families were glued to their TV screens as the scandal of Kerrigan’s assault exploded just before the Olympics. Did her husband act alone? How much did Harding really know? Those are questions we’ve never stopped wondering, and don’t expect to get any answers from I, Tonya. However, you can look forward to much more (...)
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Well, now we know that Nolan can create a masterpiece of a war film. Everything about this film is flawless. The pacing is pitch perfect and tightly wound. Major moments are placed strategically throughout, making the viewer wince, squirm, gawk, and cry in all of the right and unexpected places. Zimmer deserves nothing short of an Oscar for his chilling sound that’s like a slow burn assault on the senses. The cast is streamlined in the best way, an array…