Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: False Advertising, by Tyler Smith

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3 Responses

  1. Conrado says:

    I agree. I was very disappointed by this film.

  2. Caleb says:

    Goddamn, I haaated that scene with Harrelson and his family at the lake, and then those notes he left? Geeez, talk about self-satisfied writing.

  3. Lily C. says:

    I thought it was okay, but all the dialogue felt like a writerly indulgence. I also didn’t find Frances McDormand to be more than okay.

    A highlight was the oblique Don’t Look Now reference (the Donald Sutherland movie Dixon’s Mom was watching) because I love Don’t Look Now. And it fits well with the movie’s themes. But it’s hard to believe Dixon’s Mom would watch that movie, so it’s just one more contrivance

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