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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

ID may be required Very strong language, strong violence & sex references.


About this Film

  • Released on 12/01/18
  • Genre Comedy, Drama
  • Cast members Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell
  • Running time 115 minutes
  • Directed by Martin McDonagh
  • Language English


OSCARS Winner: Best Leading  Actress (Frances McDormand), Best Supporting Actor (Sam Rockwell). 

BAFTA Winner: Best film, Outstanding British Film,  Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Original Screenplay. 

Golden Globes: 5 Nominations + 4 Wins - Including Best Film (Drama), Best Actress (Drama).
Oscars: 7 Nominations including Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actors and Original Screenplay. 

See all the nominations and wins with our Awards Guide!

ODEON says....

Mildred Hayes’ daughter Angela was murdered months ago, and the police still haven’t made any arrests. To get their attention, she buys advertising space on ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’.

With giant writing calling out the police on their failure just outside town, Mildred hopes they’ll finally make some progress on the case. But William Willoughby, the chief of police, has a lot of friends in town, and soon the argument between them blows up into all-out war.

A biting black comedy from the director of ‘In Bruges’, ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ stars Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell.

Want to know more?
Read our interview with Director Martin McDonagh and some of the cast.

Reviews & Ratings

Reviews in the press

5 Stars
“ Martin McDonagh's gut-twisting comedy will make you stand up and hoot ”

5 Stars
“ Funny, brutal and breathtakingly beautiful. Two exceptionally raw lead performances, supercharged by a bold script ”

4 Stars
“ A heartbreaking meditation upon the toxic power of rage ”

Summary of customer ratings

(UK & Ireland)


Reviewer: PauloDate: 2018-03-21

Great Film. I did not like the ending though.

50/50 just

Reviewer: TribalhabiitDate: 2018-03-10

Great cinematography but... It's a story about consequences that is far too self indulgent, screaming poilitical correctness and a childish over use of bad langauge. Great acting all round but I felt that Frances McDormand was a selfish bully


Reviewer: NOTAPRUDEDate: 2018-03-08

The worst language I and my wife have ever heard. Should be rated as extremely bad language. Very strong language is not a rating thats anywhere near realistic. Walked out after 20 minutes.


Reviewer: ButtonloverDate: 2018-02-27

Wholeheartedly recommend! Frances McDormand is outstanding. The film has a healthy mix of drama, humour and grief. Perceptions of characters are constantly changed. Some may find the ending disappointing but I think it is true to life.

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