Plot: Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) has trained all her life to become a figure skater, her mother Lavona (Allison Janney) always pushing her. But Tonya is seen as not refined enough by many people in the community. Nevertheless, Tonya manages to fight her way to some success. Her husband Jeff (Sebastian Stan) wants to see Tonya succeed at least as much as she does. When Tonya’s competitor Nancy Kerrigan (Catilin Carver) is attacked, suspicions fall on Tonya and Jeff.
I, Tonya is a strong film that tells a jawdropping story and showcases, once again, Robbie’s talent. It is a little uneven, but most of the time, it works extremely well.
Adam Hitchens (Joseph Mawle) is a woodsman tasked with assessing the forest in Ireland before it is being privatized. For that he, his wife Clare (Bojana Novakovic) and their baby son moved to a remote cottage in the middle of nowhere. Their only neighbor (Michael McElhatton) keeps telling them to leave and that they should stay away from the forest. What Adam takes as antagonism due to the sale, actually turns out to be an honest warning: there is something living in those woods and it has its own agenda.
The Hallow tells a classic story in a very good way. Especially the creature design was really awesome.
5 people get trapped in an elevator: a mechanic (Logan Marshall-Green), a guard (Bokeem Woodbine), an old lady (Jenny O’Hara), a young woman (Bojana Novakovic) and a salesman (Geoffrey Arend). While police detective Bowden (Chris Messina) tries to get them out of there, weird things start happening inside the elevator. And it’s soon apparent that one of the five trapped people is the devil himself.
I saw the name M. Night Shyamalan (who is credited with the story of the film) and I thought that it was going to be one of those movies that will have an interesting premise and then suck the hell out of it. And not surprisingly, I was right. I’m really glad I didn’t spend any money on this film.