Everything Must Go
The film centers on alcoholic Nick Halsey (Will Ferrell) a career salesman who loses his wife and his job in the same day and, faced with his life imploding, begins living on his front lawn.
Actors Of "Everything Must Go"
10 February 1967, Saint John's Health Center, Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California, USA
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Critics Of "Everything Must Go"
January 02, 2012 Everything Must Go is a pleasantly engaging, entertaining human portrait - a journey that doesn't physically stray very far, but which treads a million metaphorical miles within its main character as he attempts to go from broken man to redeemed man.Read in Source
June 22, 2013 Has a similar problem to its protagonist: It just sort of sits there.Read in Source
February 04, 2012 Gentle understatement that stealthily but surely gets under the skin and touches the heart.Read in Source
May 15, 2011 I was not waiting for a punch line. I was not primed to laugh. I accepted Ferrell as Nick and, because of that, I was able to enjoy Everything Must Go on its own terms.Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
May 13, 2011 Taking stock and letting go -- of superfluous things, of worn-out love -- is a strong theme. But the progression of the script is like Nick's self-help program. We're familiar with the steps.Read in Source
May 13, 2011 In the end, Everything Must Go is something of a consciously static study in sadness, both well-made and wearying.Read in Source
We Got This Covered
March 13, 2013 Good performances by Ferrell and Wallace and fantastic cinematography make Everything Must Go an enjoyable watch.Read in Source
May 13, 2011 This isn't Ferrell's first dramatic role; he played seriocomic leading men in Stranger Than Fiction and Woody Allen's Melinda and Melinda. But it's the first one that provides a glimpse at his possible future as a Bill Murray-style character actor.Read in Source
Christian Science Monitor
May 13, 2011 Rush draws on the intense attachment we can feel for the mundane objects in our lives. For Nick, these things are talismans from a past that promised a lot more than it delivered.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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