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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

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In Theaters: November 10, 2017

On DVD/Blu-ray: February 27, 2018

R | Comedy, Drama | 1h 55m

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User rating: 3.77

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User rating: February 5, 2018

The worst movie i have ever seen! Should have walked out with the first g.d. word.

User rating: February 5, 2018

Movie was advertised as comedy,drama & l am still searching for some humor. Disliked the vulgar language

User rating: February 4, 2018

Fantastic,I feel numb!

User rating: February 2, 2018

Great movie, the ending leaves you guessing, but that's because it's based on a true story and an unresolved murder. Frances McDermott is spectacular.

User rating: January 28, 2018

Interesting movie for about the first half. Then falls apart at the end with a meaningless ending. I walked out feeling cheated and wishing I had not come. Like "Moonlight" from last year, I don't get what the fuss is about. See Darkest Hour instead. Or the Post.

User rating: January 26, 2018

Absolutely stellar!!! Frances McDormand is a powerhouse and Sam Rockwell’s performance is outstanding!!! Loved the realism, themes, and dialogue...the wit and humour that punched through the drama. I smell a few more Oscars...

User rating: January 23, 2018

Best movie of 2017

User rating: January 22, 2018

This movie is spellbinding and has some of the best acting I have seen in a very long while. Frances MacDormand is outstanding and worthy of the awards she has won.. Hopefully, this will include an Oscar in the future. I wish this movie were showing for an extended period of time at AMC Lennox.

User rating: January 19, 2018

Brilliant movie - my favorite of 2017. 2nd is Darkest Hour. Frances and Gary for Oscars.

User rating: January 19, 2018

It was okay, but not as great as the hype would lead one to believe. It is not as artful as it thinks it is, and McDormand is good but pretty one-note throughout. I thought Margot Robbie in "I, Tonya" had better range, personally. Not sure what the Dinklage plot was doing in there, and the turnaround of the Rockwell character isn't believable. Harrelson is good, but overall this was not all that memorable. And I thought the ending made the entire moral of the story ridiculous. Not a must on the big screen -- wait for Netflix.