“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” Trailer

I am fully expecting some multiple “best performance” nominations by the Academy here, and even some wins, because the performances here seem really terrific. In fact, they are the best I have seen so far this year.

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11 Responses to “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” Trailer

  1. Looking forward to this one; got tickets for a London Film Festival screening on final day. McDormand could get her 2nd Oscar!!

    • dbmoviesblog says:

      That’s great you are at the BFI LFF, and on the final day too, Sunday! I had a chance to secure and see a couple of films showing, such as Belgian “Racer and the Jailbird”, but unfortunately I had to pull out at the last moment. I regret it now.
      Yeah, I want McDormand to win her second Oscar. I think she is absolutely phenomenal in this film.

  2. raistlin0903 says:

    Wow, this trailer certainly knows how to grab your attention. Frances McDormand is such an amazing actress. Really looking forward to this one 😀

  3. Frances McDormand seems FAB-U-LOUS in this film. I’ve only seen the trailer, and already I can’t imagine anyone else in this role.

  4. That ‘woman with a funny eye’ happens to be one of the best things that may have happened in that part of town. What a lovely looking trailer. I had not heard anything about it (I have been very ill) so it comes as a pleasant surprise. It is movies such as these that make my instincts say ” I know I’m watching this”. That admirable Fargo vibe which I adore.

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