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I, Tonya is Punk Rock On Skates

I, Tonya may be the perfect movie for America right now. The story of an impoverished woman, the victim of near constant abuse, is an unfortunate mirroring of our current state both metaphorically and literally. 575 more words

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I, TONYA

A tough contender this awards season! Margot Robbie astonishes in her first lead role!

‘I, Tonya’ was perhaps my most highly anticipated film of the year, with fellow Australian Margot Robbie taking the lead role as one of the most hated women in sporting history. 536 more words

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I, Tonya (2017)

I told you guys January would be Figure Skating Film Fridays and here’s the first one!!!

  • Directed by Craig Gillespie
  • Starring Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan, Allison Janney…
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I, Tonya: Harding Redeemed

By Pamela Zoslov

Actress Margot Robbie can be forgiven for not having heard of Tonya Harding, the champion figure skater implicated in a violent attack on Olympic rival Nancy Kerrigan in 1994. 841 more words

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I, Tonya Review

At the outset of I, Tonya, the amusingly contradictory to-camera interviews given by the characters recalling the film’s events suggest that what we’re about to see is a multi-perspective, and very unreliable, take on the infamous events of the build up to the 1994 Winter Olympics figure skating competition. 683 more words

TV Review | F is for Family Season Two

F is for Family Season Two
Starring: (the voices of) Bill Burr, Laura Dern, Justin Long, Debi Derryberry, Haley Reinhart and Sam Rockwell with David Koechner, Joe Buck, Alison Janney, Gary Cole, Kevin Michael Richardson, Phil Hendrie, Mo Collins, Trevor Devall and others… 836 more words

'The Girl on the Train'

Based on the best selling novel, the industry was stunned when Emily Blunt got a SAG Award nomination for ‘The Girl on the Train.’  The question is, is it better than some of the other ‘high profile’ performances that will likely get an Oscar nom in the morning? 125 more words

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