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Everything Must Go
- Will Ferrell

Overview - Will Ferrell offers his fans a change of pace as he takes on a rare dramatic role as a man struggling to hold his life together. Nick Halsey (Ferrell) was once a successful salesman with a happy marriage, but years of drinking are finally catching up with him, as he's fired from his job and his wife has decided she's had enough.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Will Ferrell offers his fans a change of pace as he takes on a rare dramatic role as a man struggling to hold his life together. Nick Halsey (Ferrell) was once a successful salesman with a happy marriage, but years of drinking are finally catching up with him, as he's fired from his job and his wife has decided she's had enough. Nick's wife has kicked him out of the house and moved all his possessions onto their front lawn; hoping retain a bit of dignity and maybe raise some cash as he plots his next move, Nick puts a yard sale sign on his stuff and tries to convince the neighbors (and the cops) that he's simply selling some junk he doesn't need anymore. As Nick makes believe he isn't homeless in between beers, he strikes up a friendship with a kid from the neighborhood (Christopher Jordan Wallace), tries to reconnect with a girl he loved in high school (Laura Dern), and bonds with his neighbor Samantha (Rebecca Hall), who is pregnant and struggling to get by while her husband is away on business. Based on a short story by Raymond Carver, EVERYTHING MUST GO was the first feature film from director and screenwriter Dan Rush.

Cast List

Todd Bryant
Marcia Calosio
Michael Barrett - Director of Photography
David Torn - Composer, THE ORDER (2003)
Margaret Yen - Music supervisor
Raymond Carver
Joseph McDougall II
Beau J. Genot
Sam Zeines
Scott Lumpkin - Co-Producer, DADDY'S LITTLE GIRLS, (2007)
Dan Rush
John Estes - Still Photographer
Anna "Tina" Sims
Laura Dern - American Actress; RAMBLING ROSE
Stephen Root - Actor/"Monkey Shines"
Stephen D. Root - Actor/"Monkey Shines"
Will Ferrell - Actor, ELF/MELINDA AND MELINDA
Narinder Singh
Michael Pena
Jason Spisak - American voice actor: S-CRY-ED (2003)
Jason Spivak - American voice actor: S-CRY-ED (2003)
Glenn Howerton - Actor, THE STRANGERS, TWO WEEKS (2007)
Rebecca Hall - Actor, STARTER FOR TEN, (2007)
Argos Maccallum
Christopher Jordan Wallace
Rosalie Michaels
Tyler Johnstone
Kyle Sharkey
Scott Takeda - Actor, ;
Matthew Dearing
Leeann Dearing
Chris Cook - Actor, ;
Steven Scally
Andy McDermott
Lance Gray - Actor in 1-900

 
Details
    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray
  • Run Time: 97
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 031398142195
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: September 2013

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Reviews:
3 stars out of 5 -- "So far, Ferrell has only hinted at his capacity for dramatic acting but he proves he's a natural here. His performance is introspective and subdued, even in witty moments." - 04/06/2011 Box Office


"[Ferrell] upends expectations from the very first scene....Like Bill Murray and Greg Kinnear before him, this funnyman reveals serious acting chops." -- Grade: B- - 05/20/2011 Entertainment Weekly


"[With Ferrell] in his most emotionally naked performance yet....There are tiny gems contributed by Laura Dern as the long-lost high school crush...and Stephen Root as a prickly neighbor..." - 05/13/2011 Los Angeles Times


3 stars out of 4 -- "Will Ferrell is a gifted dramatic actor....Ferrell plays Nick straight from the shoulder - 05/11/2011 Chicago Sun-Times


3 stars out of 4 -- "As he did in STRANGER THAN FICTION, Ferrell displays surprising range when he ratchets down the volume....An utterly restrained portrait of a man hoping to sell of his worldly goods along with his past." - 05/13/2011 USA Today


"Mr. Rush extrapolates a narrative that is less jarring and more familiar than Carver, but nonetheless true to the writer's tough, compassionate and intimately knowing apprehension of masculine defeat. Mr. Ferrell turns out to be an almost perfect embodiment of this theme." - 05/13/2011 New York Times


3 stars out of 4 -- "Rush keeps his film rigorously unsentimental, but Ferrell opens a wound and makes it impossible for us to ignore it." - 05/27/2011 Rolling Stone


"[Ferrell] gives a valid and unshowy performance." - 12/01/2011 Sight and Sound

 
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