Pretty sure "I Tonya" was criticized for being "too sympathetic" to Harding
and maybe it was but I didn't feel that way, partly because they make it clear from the beginning that practically any events depicted might be fabrications. Janney stole the show IMO but Hauser WAS Eckhardt (liked how they showed the real people at the end- one of a few things the film had in common with "The Disaster Artist", actually).
I doubt that not being able to enjoy "Clueless" at age 35 means you "can't enjoy 90s nostalgia anymore". I always kinda liked it (haven't watched it in ages though) but it's also *always* been pretty lightweight. Once you stop loving Nirvana and "Dazed & Confused" (90's 70's nostalgia?), then it's time to worry.