Sam Rockwell & Martin McDonagh on Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri | Film4

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  • Timothy Wilkes
    Timothy Wilkes Month ago +2

    The ending, haunting right.

  • Monty 1
    Monty 1 3 months ago +2

    Utterly brilliant writing, acting. Best film for years.

  • Chuck Foosball
    Chuck Foosball 4 months ago

    In Bruges and seven psychopaths are better films than three billboards. Better comedy.

  • ROUGHTSYS
    ROUGHTSYS 4 months ago +1

    It’s pleasant to watch an interview as respectful and interesting as this, thank you !

  • Yosi Osiris
    Yosi Osiris 5 months ago

    Wild Bill Wharton 😃

  • thePIXELATEDhippo
    thePIXELATEDhippo 5 months ago +1

    It's weird to think that Sam Rockwell is actually older than Martin McDonagh.

  • jelten 10
    jelten 10 6 months ago +1

    There'll be no cunts in this house
    When are you leaving.
    Lol

  • Charl E
    Charl E 7 months ago +3

    i'm a member of the sam rockwell cult

  • N.ESS
    N.ESS 8 months ago +2

    Absolutely brilliant movie from start to finish. I don't think I've enjoyed a movie this much since Shawshank Redemption. Outstanding job by everyone involved.

  • vlaerenko
    vlaerenko 8 months ago +2

    A great actor who already should have won a prize for his role in 'Moon', one of my favorite actors since then!

  • gregsmw
    gregsmw 9 months ago

    i had some major issues with the film that ultimatly meant i really just didnt like it
    but i cant deny the directing and acting in the film were absolutly stunning
    if someone asked for a recomendation for a good film i wouldnt say this one, but if someone asked for an example of great directing and acting there isnt a doupt in my mind i would point them straight to billboards

  • Ostkreutz Rox
    Ostkreutz Rox 9 months ago

    8:09 "Life affirming, shmife affirming!"

  • Nuwanda Blipkins
    Nuwanda Blipkins 9 months ago

    Just watched this movie. It is so Hollywood with its predictable abhorrence for the usual suspects and predictable pining for the predictable victims. Can we get some writers, producers, directors, and actors who aren't leftists? Please.

    • jelten 10
      jelten 10 6 months ago

      Nuwanda Blipkins Hollywood is fucking leftist. If you don't tow the line you don't fucking work.

  • Dermot Lopez Productions

    Cordell

  • Dermot Lopez Productions
    Dermot Lopez Productions 9 months ago +2

    Disgrace he didn't win best screenplay or get nominated for best director at Oscars. Spit!!!

  • networkdeath1
    networkdeath1 9 months ago

    Cops, clergy and dads, all made to look like the absolute dregs of society, while the women yet again save the day. Just another day in Hollywood’s never ending quest to drag Western civilization into the gutter.
    Other than that, a really fine, original film.

    • Mac
      Mac 4 months ago

      networkdeath1 i mean i completely disagree that woody harrelson’s character was a “dreg.” and even the worst one of them who was a dreg ultimately got put on the road to redemption. and woody’s character, who was a cop, played a significant role in sparking that change in him.

  • Brendan Rooney
    Brendan Rooney 9 months ago

    Overrated. Give it to me

  • solokom
    solokom 9 months ago +4

    Sam Rockwell is one of the most underrated actors of our time.

  • commodore665
    commodore665 9 months ago +2

    Sam Rockwell is one of the most under rated actors around .

  • Doc Charisma
    Doc Charisma 9 months ago +1

    Sam is the man

  • bapho met
    bapho met 9 months ago

    is he trying to behave like david fincher when he was here about fight club, or they are similar, mmm but clooney is heavy too i wonder if he and brad are friends or ennemies,but i loved this film lets add it to the master , both are wulululululu

  • Henry Dorsett Case
    Henry Dorsett Case 9 months ago +1

    A lady with the funny fucking eye?

  • Moksh Naidu
    Moksh Naidu 9 months ago +8

    Sam Rockwell for Oscar!

  • keeponrockin
    keeponrockin 9 months ago

    Sam Rockwell is the fucking shit, I've loved him ever since I first saw him in Lawn Dogs

  • keeponrockin
    keeponrockin 9 months ago +30

    If this doesn't take home Best Picture I'm rioting

    • Sudarsan Anandam
      Sudarsan Anandam 9 months ago +7

      keeponrockin come on lets do it. Over rated shit SOW won it. Giving up on Oscars.

  • Emergency Teds
    Emergency Teds 9 months ago

    Best film I'll see in 2018.

  • Nils Lutterbach
    Nils Lutterbach 9 months ago

    What's McDonagh saying at 7.18-7.20 min?

  • Lori C
    Lori C 10 months ago +4

    Brilliant movie..one you’ll never forget..

    • greenknitter
      greenknitter 9 months ago +2

      I agree. When it ended I felt perhaps the film didn't live up to what I expected of it, but yet a week later and I can't stop thinking about the characters. That scene with Harrelson and McDormand and the blood splattered on her face made me cry so much because it was so poignant, and how they both reacted immediately with such innate compassion and concern for the other person it that moment. It showed their humanity and kindness. I don't know how anyone could have been failed to have been moved by that scene.

  • Miss. Phyllis  Renee Foster
    Miss. Phyllis Renee Foster 10 months ago +1

    13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

  • Homer
    Homer 10 months ago +1

    I think it's a great movie, and Sam Rockwell and Frances McDormand were incredible in it. I just want to know what the point of Peter Dinklage's character was. It felt like he was forgotten about before the film ended.

    • greenknitter
      greenknitter 9 months ago

      Yes that did feel a little unresolved to me too. Good performance though by him.

  • Fiona J.
    Fiona J. 10 months ago +1

    I have such a crush on Sam Rockwell, he's just brilliant in everything he does.

  • jimmy donohue
    jimmy donohue 10 months ago +2

    Saw it Monday - had seen no reviews so had no expectations - it was one of the best films I’ve seen in a long time. Really great.

  • Kendal Sherlock
    Kendal Sherlock 10 months ago +1

    Sam Rockwell is a quality actor

  • Lee Hazell
    Lee Hazell 10 months ago

    These clips are so heavily edited because swearing. Haha!

  • Samuel Glyn
    Samuel Glyn 10 months ago

    Genuinely cannot tell if Sam Rockwell or Woody Harrelson deserve the Oscar more. Can't both get one?

  • David Murray
    David Murray 10 months ago +6

    This is a brilliant brilliant film, no other words.

  • Jay Sheridan
    Jay Sheridan 10 months ago +4

    Seen the movie last nite. Fantastic film, thanks.

  • Mathew Bateman
    Mathew Bateman 10 months ago +2

    In Bruges and 7 psychos are brilliant films, I never new anything about the director but now I do this film is on my watch list. Sam Rockwell is comic brilliance - great actor.

  • Hannes Jacobsson
    Hannes Jacobsson 10 months ago +5

    Sam Rockwell isn't underrated. He's great and everybody knows it. I have never seen a person voice negative opinions on him. Like never. In fact I think he's the only actor who I haven't seen get any critisicm. He's got amazing reviews and he just won a fucking Golden Globe.

    • Diego Pisfil
      Diego Pisfil 8 months ago +1

      TheVideoInvader not really, he's totally underrated with the best film that should have won this year for Best Picture

    • TheVideoInvader
      TheVideoInvader 8 months ago

      Now he's definitely not underrated.

  • Jamie hyett
    Jamie hyett 10 months ago +1

    This film is so mediocre, such an annoyingly overrated film

    • Jamie hyett
      Jamie hyett 8 months ago

      Diego Pisfil I’m sure you think it was

    • Diego Pisfil
      Diego Pisfil 8 months ago

      Jamie hyett it wasn't, this is one of the best movies

    • greenknitter
      greenknitter 9 months ago

      I thought Woody Harrelson's character was quite likeable, but characters don't have to be likeable though to make a film interesting or well made. I don't see that as a necessary criteria anyway. One of the things I liked about the film was showing how some seemingly bad people are capable of changing and redemption given the chance.
      I too would have liked more in depth character development but that would have then been at the expense of the story line, or 'drama' if you will, if the film wasn't to have been 3 hours long. Or else you leave out some of the elements of the film you mentioned then you change the whole plot and it wouldn't have been true to how life is in that part of the US, nor would it have been the story the director wanted to tell anyway.
      I loved it in any case. The acting ensemble was terrific especially McDormand who gave a deserved Oscar winning performance and McDonagh created a visually beautiful film with a story that avoided many of the cliches of that type of story.

    • Jamie hyett
      Jamie hyett 10 months ago

      palmtrees101 thank you palmtrees, it’s always terrifying to set foot into the unknown, but I’m glad you agree with me

    • palmtrees101
      palmtrees101 10 months ago +1

      I agree, don't get the hype

  • Maymuna Kabir
    Maymuna Kabir 10 months ago +5

    Loved this film. It was dark, funny and somewhat depressing. But ends with a sort of bittersweet optimism

  • PRIDE
    PRIDE 10 months ago +9

    Honestly? Best character development i've seen in a while

  • Paul Quigley
    Paul Quigley 10 months ago +6

    I want a highlight reell of Martin McDonagh inhaling.

  • Dan Ceteras
    Dan Ceteras 10 months ago +14

    Love the ending of the video. He will for sure be considered one of the all time greats. "Three Billboards" is absolutely amazing. If he keeps improving, he's gonna be a beast in the pantheon of film industry.

    • Dermot Lopez Productions
      Dermot Lopez Productions 9 months ago +1

      Loved it too. Think he was on about the huge master shots, or wide shots that he doesn't use too often that Oscars love. Sweeping shite.

  • mike devaney
    mike devaney 10 months ago +2

    Martin McDonagh is making some great movies

    • Diego Pisfil
      Diego Pisfil 8 months ago +2

      Funk Enstein I don't agree, this is one of the best movies

    • Funk Enstein
      Funk Enstein 9 months ago

      This wasn't one of them.

  • Kit Findlay
    Kit Findlay 10 months ago +1

    sams one of my favourite actors but his character in this was really annoying and the sudden shift in his personality was frustratingly unbelievable

    • Sergeant Pickles
      Sergeant Pickles 9 months ago +5

      Kit Findlay totally disagree, I thought the great thing about the character was he was always likeable, you could always sense the goodness the Willoughby saw in him even when he was doing reprehensible things. Part of the reason the window scene was so distressing for me personally was I was willing for Dixon to do the right thing and it was so disappointing to see him do wrong.

  • Jack Fahy
    Jack Fahy 10 months ago

    Great film, the best I’ve seen this year and its only January.

  • em diar
    em diar 10 months ago +51

    It must be great being Martin MacDonagh, but sooner or later Sting will need his head back.

    • shredder213
      shredder213 9 months ago +4

      Hahahahaha

    • Maurice Lee
      Maurice Lee 10 months ago +5

      em diar The most accurate comparison I've come across in actual years...

  • Mr. Crumbly
    Mr. Crumbly 10 months ago +16

    I don't think I've ever heard a director admit there was more room to explore in their film.... mad respect for a wonderfully humble and twisted man :)

  • Lee S.
    Lee S. 10 months ago +3

    Colter Wall ftw

  • Sumitra Sarma
    Sumitra Sarma 10 months ago +4

    Why does "strong" always mean masculine? He knows nothing about women, that's why this woman is no different from his other characters. She is a wonderful actress, maybe she should have helped him write her character:-) I don't care if people disagree with my comment and I am sure they will be showered with Oscars. I just felt like writing down my opinion.

    • TheVideoInvader
      TheVideoInvader 8 months ago

      When the guy comes into the shop and taunts her, was that not restraint?

    • Dermot Lopez Productions
      Dermot Lopez Productions 9 months ago

      He's the writer and ultimately it's his voice. And what ever someone else wants isn't what he wants. If you want to change it then write your own scripts. ;) But I feel ya.

    • Maymuna Kabir
      Maymuna Kabir 10 months ago

      Sumitra Sarma You're entitled to your opinion... But I didn't think she was masculine. What in your opinion made her appear masculine? Her language? Her attitude? Her choices?
      Some women are gruff. Are they any less of a woman for not being demure?

    • e mc
      e mc 10 months ago +2

      "Strong means so many things, restraint is often much more powerful and difficult than beating someone up."
      These don't at all sound like the words of someone who has actually seen the film.

    • SerNoddicusTheGallant
      SerNoddicusTheGallant 10 months ago +3

      id say what made mildred strong was the courage it took her to hold her ground against an entire town, not how manly she was

  • shredder213
    shredder213 10 months ago +34

    Best Scene: Frances McDormand and the deer.

    • Kevin
      Kevin 9 months ago +1

      And Frances McDorman will win as well.

    • Kevin
      Kevin 9 months ago +3

      He had a 2 minute scene all to himself where the camera didn't change angles once, it was pretty much the climax of the movie. He will win the Oscar for that scene alone.

    • shredder213
      shredder213 9 months ago

      More specific please?

    • Kevin
      Kevin 9 months ago

      Dixon had the best scene

    • SK
      SK 9 months ago

      I cried like a bitch

  • Jack Forster
    Jack Forster 10 months ago +63

    I. Love. Sam. Rockwell.
    There. I've said it.

  • Ronan Murphy
    Ronan Murphy 10 months ago +5

    Sam Rockwell nailed it as per.

  • Jonathan B
    Jonathan B 10 months ago +72

    Sam Rockwell is weird. I feel like EVERYONE thinks he's underrated, and surely the end result of which is to say that he's actually really highly rated? But he's so fucking good. He's great in this and he stole the show in Seven Psychopaths too. Still think him not being nominated for Moon is one of the biggest misjudgments I can remember.

    • Timothy Wilkes
      Timothy Wilkes Month ago

      Way way way back

    • Trevor Fuson
      Trevor Fuson 3 months ago +1

      +K. Chris Caldwell hey.. Rockwell was also really good in Box of Moonlight . One of his first films. Check it out..

    • Cthulu42
      Cthulu42 9 months ago +2

      Don't forget The green Mile. He was excellent in that. The Moon Pie scene is amazing!

    • K. Chris Caldwell
      K. Chris Caldwell 10 months ago +3

      Rockwell was incredible in _Moon.

    • Rainer-Wilfried Kasuppke
      Rainer-Wilfried Kasuppke 10 months ago

      Him not being nominated for Gentlemen Broncos is one of the biggest misjudgments I can remember.

  • Melanie Rose
    Melanie Rose 10 months ago +15

    I love this man's films. Probably my favourite director. I was so excited for this movie. It was the first film I went to the cinema to see on my own

    • 22grena
      22grena 2 months ago +1

      Invite me next time

    • shredder213
      shredder213 10 months ago +1

      Sounds like you have excellent taste in directors.

  • Lesley Bailey
    Lesley Bailey 10 months ago +4

    Absolutely fantastic film!!!!!!!!!!!

  • MrDyl666
    MrDyl666 10 months ago +2

    Sam was so good in this film

  • Christian Laursen
    Christian Laursen 10 months ago +35

    Fantastic movie. The scene with Frances and Sam on the phone was hauntingly real and the tension they created was so real. 10/10

  • Cinemonkeystein
    Cinemonkeystein 10 months ago

    Great movie. I loved Sam Rockwell. Check my brief movie review here: tvclip.biz/video/d_k6VsKbSP4/video.html&t=2s

  • AnimalStomper
    AnimalStomper 10 months ago +20

    The Libtards say this film is racist and problematic. So I guess it must be good.

    • SerNoddicusTheGallant
      SerNoddicusTheGallant 10 months ago +1

      well if readers arent smart enough to walk to the nearest ballot box for the presidential election theyre probably not as smart as youre making them out to be

    • Thomas Headley
      Thomas Headley 10 months ago

      Critical thinking is the bane of the powerful, but the key to survival. "That man can interrogate as well as observe nature was a lesson slowly learned in his evolution." William Osler

    • em diar
      em diar 10 months ago

      Any group of readers is bound to be left leaning. If they'd put the ballot boxes in libraries Trump would not have won. Books are like kryptonite to Trump supporters. That's why he loves the poorly educated. They're the ones most likely to be dumb enough to vote for him.

    • SerNoddicusTheGallant
      SerNoddicusTheGallant 10 months ago

      read the comments. even amount the independent reader base (a pretty left leaning group) there was only one person not against the review.

    • Thomas Headley
      Thomas Headley 10 months ago

      Now that was a lively discussion. Tom, John, & Alex would be proud.

  • David S
    David S 10 months ago

    Good film.....

  • Paolo Brighelli
    Paolo Brighelli 11 months ago +40

    My film of the year, and its only 19th January.

    • Jack Fahy
      Jack Fahy 10 months ago

      Paolo Brighelli same here !

    • Majed Hakawati
      Majed Hakawati 10 months ago

      Came out January here as well, regardless it’s a 2017 film and is in the 2018 oscars (where 2017 movies are)

    • Paolo Brighelli
      Paolo Brighelli 10 months ago +2

      Paradyme in UK it came out January.

    • Paradyme
      Paradyme 10 months ago +6

      Paolo Brighelli Well, it came out in 2017.

  • Gg Ff
    Gg Ff 11 months ago +4

    Great great fuckin film

  • Nautilus1972
    Nautilus1972 11 months ago +22

    Looks like Sickboy!

  • Uncle Ben's Reus
    Uncle Ben's Reus 11 months ago +7

    You only start to recognise just how sweary the film really is when you see the heavy editing of the cut scenes in this so it can play to a post-watershed tv audience

  • Ricky Mc
    Ricky Mc 11 months ago +12

    Great actor deserves more thanks with all awards, available to actors ,coming his way now and in the future! Underrated definitely with great performances making characters believable,funny with sincerity to audiences watching. Thanks Sam for your work which you make look easy and totally deserves being award for at All events from television to film. Thanks man!👍👏😎

  • WhatKindOfBlue
    WhatKindOfBlue 11 months ago +9

    very nice performances

  • DPhoto
    DPhoto 11 months ago +191

    Brilliant film. Watched it yesterday. I had no idea it was the same director from In Bruges. Another masterpiece. Rich dialogue and very re-watchable regardless of the grim subject matter. 9/10

    • Jüri Paberit
      Jüri Paberit 8 months ago +1

      DPhoto it had the best music ever loved the movie 10/10 from me the best drama film in my opinion.

    • Nick Hunter
      Nick Hunter 10 months ago +2

      Memento by Nolan is my absolute favourite movie of all time. This movie comes very close, loved it

    • Thomas Headley
      Thomas Headley 10 months ago +5

      Agreed! Woody was equally excellent. If u enjoyed "Dunkirk", see Chris Nolan's first flick, "Following", as it is the opposite, showing his great range.

  • Sai Vishwanath
    Sai Vishwanath 11 months ago +30

    Getting an Oscar 101

    • Thomas Headley
      Thomas Headley 10 months ago

      Yes indeed. The trailer pulled me in & I was not disappointed. The community vs police narrative (people vs gov't) is playing well currently. After we wake up, we will realize we r in the same sinking boat. Hopefully before options become even more unpleasant. We saw "the Shape of Water", a slow starting but astounding flick. Who'd thought a story about a deaf mute & a sea monster could be so involving, goose bump ending. See it with someone u luv.

    • Creighton Tolliver
      Creighton Tolliver 11 months ago +8

      I was pleasantly surprised by where this movie went. It isn't at all about a vigilante, flawless mother doing what the bumbling Southern cops can't do. It's about a bunch of believable people trying to deal with this horrific situation. Give the movie a shot, it's incredible.