Tag Archives: Frances McDormand

Cinema Review – Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri

Seven months after her daughter was raped and brutally murdered, Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand), frustrated with the lack of progress by the police department, decides to rent out three billboards on a rarely used road, to put up a message demanding answers. The billboards cause a considerable stir in the small town where Mildred lives, but she refuses to back down from her crusade for the truth. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Good Dinosaur

In a world where dinosaurs never died out, and became the dominant species of Earth, a young Apatosaurus named Arlo (Raymond Ochoa) struggles to find his place in the world. When he is tasked with taking out the ‘critter’ that is eating his family’s stockpile of food, Arlo finds himself thrown into an unfamiliar world, and makes an unexpected year. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Promised Land

Steve (Matt Damon) and Sue (Frances McDormand) travel to a small town to convince the residents to allow a large corporation to frack for natural gas on their land. It is not long before horror stories of fracking around the country come to light, and Dustin (John Krasinski) comes to town to defend the purity of the land. Continue reading

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Cannes Review – Moonrise Kingdom

On a remote island in 1965, a pair of pre-teens fall in love and run away together, sending the small community into a panic as a storm approaches. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – This Must Be The Place

Cheyenne is a faded rock star, living out his mundane days in Dublin. When his father dies, Cheyenne sets off on a journey of revenge and self-discovery across the US; a journey that will change him forever. Continue reading

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