After the romance turns sour because of his family's objections, things get more complicated when Emily is put into a medically induced coma—and Kumail must wait out her illness with her parents (played by Holly Hunter and Ray Romano). Craig Gillespie's ode to Tonya Harding, perhaps the most infamous figure skater ever to compete in the sport, is a high-octane sports biopic, charting Harding's life from an athletic protege to a disgraced former Olympian.In between those bookends sees Margot Robbie deliver an acidic, yet sympathetic, performance as a woman reviled by many Americans and many of her peers, all of whom overlooked her incredible athletic talent in favor of her rough-around-the-edges demeanor.Andrew and Zelda will date for eight months, three weeks, five days and one hour.
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