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Última hora El Gobierno saca adelante la sexta y última prórroga del Estado de Alarma

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Roger Ebert
8.0

?Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri? is one of those truly rare films that feels both profound and grounded; inspirational without ever manipulatively trying to be so.

Read review Brian Tallerico
Indiewire
6.5

Though 'Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri' pursues a number of narrative strains, it?s really about lost characters doing whatever they can to scheme their way out of a rut.

Read review Ben Croll
The Wrap
5.5

There are times in 'Three Billboards' when the themes and events are so dark and ugly that the humor is stopped dead in tracks and the laughs get caught in your throat.

Read review Steve Pond
El Periódico

If it's not an entirely depressing film, it's thanks to the alchemical skill with which director Martin McDonagh incorporates a generous dose of humour into the story, ranging from the blackest sarcasm to the dumbest slapstick, without impeding us in the process of empathizing with each and every one of his deeply damaged characters.

Read review Nando Salvà
The A.V. Club
8.0

These characters have all known each other most of their lives, and that gives them all a common ground to stand on, even as tragedy puts them directly at odds.

Read review A.A.Dowd
New York Post
6.0

A towering achievement that will no doubt put in an impressive showing come Oscar nomination time.

Read review Sara Stewart
El País

The filmmaker has plenty of courage and talent. That's why I've built another spiral of violence, black humor, racism and melancholy, where Mildred's war against the local police turns into a hurricane that ravages and engulfs the entire people.

Read review Tommaso Koch