Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

By Martin McDonagh

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-11-10
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1h 55min
  • Director: Martin McDonagh
  • Actors: Blueprint Pictures
  • Awards: United Kingdom, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
From 1,470 Ratings


Award-winning actress Frances McDormand (Fargo) delivers a stunningly powerful performance in this darkly comic drama that has been hailed as one of the year’s best films. A murdered girl’s defiant mother (McDormand) boldly paints three local signs with a controversial message, igniting a furious battle with a volatile cop (Sam Rockwell) and the town’s revered chief of police (Woody Harrelson.)



  • Brilliant performances

    By Movie Critical
    Really enjoyed this movie. It can be a little heavy at times with a couple of chuckles but great performances by all involved. ...PS I would not call this a comedy by any stretch.
  • Frances McDormand & Willem Dafoe--separated at birth!!!

    By legal-eagle-for-music
    Frances McDormand looks more and morel like Willem Dafoe. I watched McDormand in Three Billboards, and William Dafoe in Murder on the Orient Express and could swear these two are looking the same. Check it out. They look very much alike. It's really weird.
  • worst waste of money

    By j24b
    an i like the actors in it but what a waste of time
  • Good movie, I love it

    By soorikh
    Good movie, I love it
  • Great acting, BUT...

    By OdinRider
    Great acting. Too bad the plot just didn't go anywhere. Could have been really good. I see why it wasn't in the cinemas for long.
  • Stunning

    By Strongium90
    Awesome. Holds no punches back. More women need to stand up like the main character.
  • Well acted, messy plot, and overall - really?

    By xr6
    I like a good drama, have liked these actors (and still do) but this movie sucked. Would have been fine as a 15 minute treatment, but obviously the premise itself (rape/murder)was not enough to carry the film. Add in character assassination, terminal illness, subsequent suicide, assault (dentist), arson, battery by a cop, another arson, battery to a former cop, reference to alleged racially-tainted-police-brutality, racism, domestic violence, dwarfism bigotry, and, to cap it off, a planned revenge killing. Any one of these is enough conflict for any one movie, but the studio/director/producer/whoever has included them all! And in one little town in a matter of days! I know there is an stumped suspense of disbelief when watching a movie, but come on for a documentary-drama style film, this is way over the top. 2 thumbs down in our house.
  • Loved it

    By Jacobt52
    Saw it in theaters and I went in not expecting much..... I’m glad I saw it because it’s done so well
  • I'm at a loss for words....brilliant.

    By jiggajayj
    Life is not drama, life is not comedy, life is big fat mixed bag of it all and no writer handles that truth as deftly as Martin Mcdonagh. The test of a good witer, in my opinion, is the ability to make you get choked up in one moment and in the next make you snort with laughter. This movie is a beautiful example of that skill. I was really looking forward to this movie and not only did it not disapoint but it greatly exceeded my expectations. Every role from the smallest to the leads is perfectly played, the writing is perfection, the story surprises you and does not fall in to anything close to cliches or obvious routes; I could not have loved it more. The best proof of a great movie is that I thought about it and wanted to talk about it to anyone I could find for the next 24 hours. The best.
  • Too close to home

    By sophiegirl
    Fan of dark humor and dark drama so this one is a hit. Living in rural America, though, it really isn’t that far off the mark. Interesting. Loved it.