Thomas Flight’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is a story about the universality of the human tragedy. Suffering does not discriminate. Even those who cause it receive it and those who receive it can cause it.
Sad and bitingly funny, filled with stellar performances (McDormand's, Rockwell's and Harrelson's stand out especially), and McDonagh's particular writing style that is so amazingly individual.
Not everyone is gonna love this, but it's a fearless film and I'm glad to have seen it.