Thursday, 4 January 2018


3 Billboards Outside Ebbing,Missouri



Director: Martin McDonagh
Writer: Martin McDonagh
Stars: Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell

Did you ever watched a movie which turned out to be source of depression?'Am not speaking of the likes of the violently built slasher movies.A theme which was violent enough,yet never had a glimpse of graphical violence??Here,you have an answer in 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,Missourie.

  It's a small town in US where a lady lost her daughter who burned after been raped.Mildred Hayes(Frances Mc Dormand),after months without a clue in her daughter's murder had finally decided to put up 3 billboards to make her daughter's murder to the attention.This really shattered a small community where everyone related to the case ,including cops were really affected.

  The  cancer affected Police chief,Bill Willoughby (Woody Harrelson),another cop Dixon ( Sam Rockwell) ,to even an unexpected contact in the whole scenario James (Peter Dinklage) had their on tolls.The movie can be related to Mildred as lady who was ill-treated by the authorities.On the other hand,one could find the stages that the related personnels went through.The movie is not a regular choice of an investigation flick.

 But it had his upper hand on an emotional level among the characters.Everyone,believe me,the mystery surrounded around the murder was neatly narrated through all the characters.Even the dad character ,Charlie (John Hawkes) was able to show it in the screen.The cinematography represented a beautiful Ebbing. It looked like a town which 'am living in and the one I would love too.Thus,a person who lives in such a beautiful,calm town never expects such a brutal incident happening around them.The blend is actually inpeccable compared to any other movie of the same genre.Lastly,its an ardous effort to find a better movie in the in the same genre!!

 Obviously,an expected classic to be an Oscar material,for both the movie and Feances.One can never expect a better character like her in the coming days.It was such a burly narration of staunch performances  .Cheers to Martin McDonagh to provide a hell of movie!!

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