Frances McDormand's New Movies

Fargo0%Fargo
8Our
rating
1:38:00

Storyline:Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy), a stuffy car dealer, is almost broke. He's speculating on the money of his wealthy father-in-law, Wade Gustafson (Harve Presnell), but he does not move out that fast. Jerry comes up with the ultimate idea: He hires two cops (Steve Buscemi and Peter Stormare) to kidnap his wife (Kristin Rudrüd). Of the ransom, which of course is not Jerry, but his father-in-law should pay, a part goes to the gangsters, the rest helps Jerry from the financial misery. Actually, a simple plan, but Jerry has overestimated the intellectual size of the criminals and everything goes wrong, which can go wrong. The bloody planned fictitious crime is a brutal rampage, which demands many innocent victims. The equally smart and highly pregnant small town policewoman Marge Gunderson (Frances McDormand) follows the heels of the violent gangster duo ...

The Good Dinosaur0%The Good Dinosaur
8Our
rating
1:33:00

Storyline:In a world that has never been hit by a meteor, the dinosaurs are not extinct, but continue to live on Earth. Among them is the good-natured Apatosaurus Arlo (voice in the original: Raymond Ochoa / German version: Cosmo Claren), who always tries to actively support his family, but is afraid of everything and everyone. But one day, when he falls into a raging river and is only washed ashore far away from his home, he has to face his fears in a strange environment. However, he is not alone, he has recently made acquaintance with the wild man boy spot, which in contrast to Arlo is not afraid of any danger. Although the young dinosaur may not be able to do much with the growling bundle of energy at first, the two quickly develop into an unusual friendship that helps them to survive the turbulent adventure ahead of them.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri0%Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
8Our
rating
1:55:00

Storyline:The daughter of Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) was raped and murdered near her home months ago, but still nothing happens in the case. In any case, there is no trace of a main suspect and so slowly Mildred believes that the local police just do not do their job properly. And unlike her son Robbie (Lucas Hedges), who just wants to live his life, she can not accept that. That's why she leaves one day on the road, which leads to her hometown Ebbing, Missouri, three billboards with provocative slogans, which are addressed to police chief William Willoughby (Woody Harrelson). Clear that the situation will not stay peaceful for long. When Officer Dixon (Sam Rockwell) intervenes, an immature and violent mother's boy, the situation escalates ...