When a grief-stricken mother purchases Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri to raise awareness of her daughter’s unsolved rape and murder, everyone in the town, especially its chief, feels the pressure. Her quest for justice not only tests the true nature of her neighbors, but also herself
-Dialogue: Gritty wit is a thing I’ve never heard said before that should be said a lot. Every exchange was both beautiful and repulsive.
-Humanity: The complexities of mankind’s(not gender specific) individual character and judgements, though HEAVILY pronounced (I mean damn people are a trip!), were seamlessly presented. This was one of the riveting aspects of the film that had my fist to my mouth.
-Locale: for a film to have a city’s name in it, you don’t see much of it. Other than the stretch of road that hosts the billboards, the area’s landscapes aren’t displayed prominently enough.
-Sam Rockwell: I can’t quite put my finger on it, but nah. I know he won the Golden Globe. Whatever.
Runtime: 115 min, R, Drama, Crime