Atom User Reviews for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
One of the best movies of the year! Great cast, great performances!
Loved how it made a sad story into a movie that spreads hope and the feeling that things can change and people can change too - for the better
Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell are incredible. The story goes in surprising directions throughout.
do not waste time or money
I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone.
Whar an absolutely amazing cast. I knew the main plot but whas still surprised at so many things. Bring tissue!!
It was a bit drawn out, but brought up great social issues in a dark comic way.
I loved this movie!
Best movie I've seen all year with great laughs. But make no mistake, as good as it is it is relentlessly depressing. NOT A DATE MOVIE.
Though Mildred makes many choices that are reprehensible or downright dangerous, McDormand never fails to convince us of the fundamental decency of this woman, a tragic heroine struggling to find even the tiniest scrap of meaning in a comically awful world.
It is a movie about how anger consumes and destroys, and how the only cure for that anger is empathy, something that’s in short supply these days but Three Billboards has in abundance.
While the film continues almost throughout to generate great whoops of shocking laughter, it's the notes of genuine sorrow, compassion and contrition that resonate.