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toopsy's avatar


Much recommended, this is one of my fave movies of 2017. Frances McDormand is absolutely fantastic, and so are Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell. Hell, I never even recognized Sam Rockwell - all I saw was an incompetent, lazy, momma's policeboi! The movie deals with a painful subject and although funny at times, personally I could hardly keep the underlying theme out of my mind. Mildred is bitter, harsh and impulsive, showing no grace and no acquiescence in her loss, with which victims' families are so often displayed in popular movies (that's why I loved her character). There's drama, comedy and suspense in varying degrees, keeping it real. There's character growth, at times clichéd (I decided to shut my eyes and accept Dixon's change for what it is). There are other, less prominent but superbly likeable characters like Red Welby, Chief Willoughby and James ("the midget"). Just watch it and see for yourself.
2 years ago
WanderingSoul's avatar


Despite my like this is one of the most frustrating watches I've had in some time. A movie that should be raw, angry and excoriating but ends in a completely hollow and unearned damp squib. Wanting to brazenly tackle its subjects and hold up a mirror but with none of the caché or skill to do so. At least it looks good, moves confidently and McDormand is a tour de force
2 years ago
Zov's avatar


1 year 10 months ago
krystalvon's avatar


not sure how i feel about this. reading these other comments i feel as though it's good, but something still feels missing to me.
1 year 11 months ago
jm_london's avatar


While not a masterpiece, this is a very interesting and unpredictable film. The acting is soooo good that the story takes a back seat and you just enjoy the dialogues. Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell could be reading the newspaper and you would still watch them speechless.
1 year 12 months ago
aeng's avatar


Good movie (7/10), but Woody Harrelson was the better supporting actor than Sam Rockwell imho.
1 year 10 months ago
Borvaran's avatar


Loved it.
Somehow made clear to me up the difference between best film and best director. The film overall is genius, but there are some details a good director shouldn't left unattended.
Still, so much fun.
1 year 11 months ago
ntan's avatar


A script of pure genius. Frances McDormand was absolutely enthralling, while Sam Rockwell is side-splittingly hilarious.

One thing that bothered me was the scene of spoiler It was really unnecessary, strange, and out of place.

But overall, outstanding. 5/5
2 years ago
Siskoid's avatar


Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri uses heavy dramatic subject matter, and through dry humor and grace, manages to make it funny an not at all depressing. Frances McDormand plays Mildred Hays, a force of nature whose daughter was raped and killed some 7 months before and from her perspective, the cops (Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell) in her small town have done nothing. She rents three billboards in the middle of nowhere with a savage message pointed in their direction, and it flips the town upside down (cleverly, the police chief sends his own messages at the mid-point to make the whole story pivot once more). There's a lot to this picture, up to and including a satirical portrait of small town law enforcement as apathetic, corrupt and incompetent, but as the film navigates various points of view, the truth is always something more complex. In the end, grace comes from unusual sources without the film losing its hold on reality. Funny, but not farcical. Touching, but not sappy. Angry, but not unforgiving. Martin McDonagh (In Bruges, Seven Psychopaths) hands in another unique, entertaining story.
2 years 1 month ago
frankqb's avatar


Frances McDormand completely disappears into this character who seems rich with emotion and fraught with anger. This film is refreshingly original in many ways but ultimately slightly trite in its message. Nonetheless, it is chock full of great scenes one after another. The surprises keep coming and the film doesn’t overstay it’s welcome or go off course.

It’s certainly an interesting film — and one aimed squarely at the state of political discourse — but it didn’t quite reach the level of fascinating.

4.5 stars out of 5 (and at least one Oscar nomination for McDormand, maybe a second one for Rockwell)
2 years 1 month ago
Fluegi's avatar


There is so much hatred in Mildred. She isn't a likable character but so she pushes everybody on.
7 months 2 weeks ago
richjenkins28's avatar


Mostly just replying to armyofshadows's ridiculously silly comment. Not everything is a liberal conspiracy against you, man, take off the tin foil hat.

Every character in this movie is pretty flawed.
1 year 9 months ago
airi86ja's avatar


1 year 10 months ago
DaniloFreiles's avatar


Non lascia molto spazio alla speranza, ma merita di essere visto.
1 month 1 week ago
MetalMagnum's avatar


Brilliant acting across the board. Loved Woody Harrelson's role in this film more than I expected, the day he spent with his wife and kids was really moving and cute. Excellent writing in this film, incredibly witty yet believable for a small backwoods town. Excellent use of color and composition, with an ambiance that reminded me of No Country for Old Men. Never a dull moment in this film although many ideas are left to the imagination.
1 year 9 months ago

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