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Kosala Liyanage 8 months ago
Deserves every Oscar they can give it.
Dimitar Tsonev 9 months ago
Really awesome movie with a nice story line, perfect acting... a real pleasure to watch.
Jared Dantis over 1 year ago
Frances McDormand really knows how to drip raw and honest emotion on an audience.
Melanie DSouza over 1 year ago
Wonderful!
Michael Cole over 1 year ago
Intense story
Danny B over 1 year ago
Gripping all the way though. McDormand is so compelling in her toughness and anger.
Cesca McC over 1 year ago
Clever, brutal and heartbreaking. Great script and performances. Frances Mcdormand fierce!
Neil Cooke over 1 year ago
A great movie with terrific performances about what anger gets ya. Deep empathy on show.
Emma H over 1 year ago
A fantastic exploration of grief. Stunning script and performances.
Bruno Ferreira Machado over 1 year ago
Fantastic acting and absurd humour.
Daniel Jones over 1 year ago
Interesting story with great cast and plenty of twists and turns. Best of 2017? Maybe.
Dzenan Suljevic over 1 year ago
Story about broken people that will make you laugh and cry. Great performances all-around!
Robyn Hamilton over 1 year ago
Cracking, darkly comic script and great performances but a few annoying plot holes.
Aaron Jones over 1 year ago
Baffling at times, but it keeps you interested. Not a "Best Picture," but good enough.
Alexandra Sundarsingh over 1 year ago
Excellent, and honest.
Ryan Boucher over 1 year ago
Great performances with some very funny and very sad moments.
Viviana Giorgi over 1 year ago
well filmed,dialogues are great.story is a bit too surreal,character development too quick
Tony Gandía over 1 year ago
Moments of dark comedy work better than dramatic ones; but it's deft and original.
Kayley Sage almost 2 years ago
A deep film, a brilliant example of the results of anger and the expression of grief.
Luciana Ducceschi almost 2 years ago
A funny yet fucked up film that explores a series of screwed up yet sympathetic people.
After seven months have passed without a culprit in her daughter's murder case, Mildred Hayes makes a bold move, painting three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at Bill Willoughby, the town's revered chief of police. When his second-in-command Officer Jason Dixon, an immature mother's boy with a penchant for violence, gets involved, the battle between Mildred and Ebbing's law enforcement is only exacerbated.