"I don't know your name or nothin', but I want you to know that I love you. And I'm proud of you."
"All this anger man, it just begets greater anger."
Mildred and Dixon's conversation during the final moments of Three Billboards sums up the entire message of the film in mere seconds.
Rage is inarguably the predominant theme throughout the whole thing, and most of the rage we see each character experience is completely justified. Whether it's Mildred's rage towards Willoughby, Dixon's towards Red, or Charlie's towards Mildred; it's all justifiable and easy to track down the source of. But all…
"I have the lock, and he has the key."
Ryan Gosling's K wandering through the corridors of an empty casino, walking up to a dusty jukebox, plopping in a coin and having a hologram of Frank Sinatra's 1962 performance of One For my Baby at the Royal Festival Hall project itself in the glass bubble above is perhaps one of the most hyperbolic images a film has presented in years. The past being preserved in all it's black-and-white glory, standing…