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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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Bajo su faceta de comedia negra, en Tres anuncios se siente un aire de cine denuncia (de hecho, la película ya ha inspirado protestas inclinadas a promover justicia social) sin mucha pretensión política, sino mas bien moral.
For all the dark and tragic moments that occur consistently throughout Three Billboards, Martin McDonagh never loses the light of optimism. His characters grow and learn on this odd journey of violence and grief.
McDonagh doesn't make easily consumable films, but this is definitely his hardest sell to date; if you can stomach it, you're in for a dark, uncomfortable treat that you'll still be debating long after awards season has wrapped.