Ben Carroll’s review published on Letterboxd:
Once you get past the flashy editing and try-hard stylistic choices, there's a lot to love about I, Tonya.
It's a fascinating formulation on a girl pulled up by the pigtails to seize the opportunity she was destined not to have. There's a lot to learn about the transference of abuse and the normalisation of aggression, and how sympathy wains over time. Tonya Harding made her way to the top kicking and screaming, but learned the American Dream is not available to all.