I, Tonya

Coming to Cinemas 25 January 2018

Margot Robbie is champion U.S. figure skater Tonya Harding in this biopic that chronicles her tough upbringing to Olympic stardom. Co-stars Sebastian Stan (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) and Allison Janney (TV's The West Wing) who won a Golden Globe for her supporting performance.

Though Harding was the first American woman to complete a triple axel in competition, her legacy was forever defined by her association with an infamous, ill-conceived, and even more poorly executed attack on fellow Olympic competitor Nancy Kerrigan (Caitlin Carver, Rules Don't Apply).

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Best Supporting Actress (Janney), Golden Globes 2018

Directed by

  • Craig Gillespie('The Finest Hours', 'Million Dollar Arm', 'Lars and the Real Girl')

Written by

Drama, Sport, True Story & Biography


Rating: R16 Domestic violence, sexual violence, sex scenes & offensive language


Variety (USA)


A fresh, chancy, and wickedly enjoyable movie.

Hollywood Reporter


I, Tonya spins a convincing yarn despite, or maybe because of, its surfeit of unreliable narrators.



Like last year's The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, I, Tonya asks us to reconsider what we thought we knew in the '90s and realise that the headlines and the punchlines obscured a darker and more difficult story.

The Guardian (UK)


It's brash and shaggy and while Robbie might not quite stick the landing, Janney's performance is gold.

Screen International


I, Tonya ... gives Robbie the chance - her first, really - to show her full range as an actress. And she shines.



Tonya's been a punching bag for everyone, including the public. And yes, the film implicates us in that. But her defiance grows with every heckle, including her mother's.



Robbie makes Tonya so sympathetic that it's easy to gloss over the film's major flaws.

TimeOut (New York)


Destroyed yet defiant, Robbie walks the emotional tightrope of the most fabulously, tragically American film of the year.

Los Angeles Times


Gillespie may be indebted to filmmakers like Martin Scorsese and David O. Russell, but the character depth and tonal control of their best work seem beyond his reach.

New York Times


As "I, Tonya" skips here and there and thickens the plot, it becomes increasingly baffling why the filmmakers decided to put a comic spin on this pathetic, dispiriting story.