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Emmet O Sullivan over 5 years ago
Will Ferrell does a great job in a more serious role
toakyro almost 6 years ago
Unsual role for Ferrell-hardly any screaming-slow pace but a rather enjoyable film
Lu mar over 6 years ago
Like the post below me said he is good when he isn't clowning around.
Aaron Wallis over 6 years ago
Will Ferrell is a great actor when he stops clowning around.
Kakra over 6 years ago
Grace Kelly over 6 years ago
I was awake and paying attention, but I can't remember this which isn't a good sign.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
Entertaining enough, but mildly disappointing considering the lead actor's comedic talent.
Ken Miguel-Cipriano almost 7 years ago
If your down and out, put this on, and absorb.
Sean Hodge over 7 years ago
Funny movie, but not the usual Ferrel character. No corny humor, but more real life humor.
Louis Hayward over 7 years ago
Good character film exploring the 'crawl' out of alcoholism. Great supporting cast. Endbad
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Niall Martin almost 3 years ago
Dl Bo 3 years ago
andre bernier 3 years ago
Everything Must Go is a 2011 American comedy-drama film directed by Dan Rush and starring Will Ferrell. The film was based on Raymond Carver's short story Why Don't You Dance? and was released in theaters on May 13, 2011. The film opens with Nick Halsey (Will Ferrell) losing his job, it is shortly revealed that this is due to him being an alcoholic, and his involvement in an unknown incident in Denver. When he returns home, he finds his wife is gone, and that his belongings have been thrown out all over his front lawn. The locks to his house have been changed, along with the alarm codes, effectively preventing Nick from entering his house. There is a note from his wife, telling Nick she has left him, making note about the Denver incident. Nick then leaves to buy beer, and finds his company car being taken back by the company. In addition to this, Nick's ATM card is blocked and he has to survive with the little money he has in his pocket. On talking with the bank manager, he comes to...
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