I, Tonya is a mess of a film. This all over the map story of Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan is horrifying and sometimes fun to watch. Allison Janney conquers the role of the ultimate mother from hell and rips across the screen. Her performance overshadows Margot Robbie’s take on Tonya Harding. The weakest part of the film are the breaking the fourth wall segments which wipe out any sympathy you might have for the characters. It is a rare movie that can handle actors talking to the screen.