Everything Must Go (2010)

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Release Date: May 13, 2011

Director: Dan Rush

Stars: Will Ferrell, Rebecca Hall, Christopher Jordan Wallace

Runtime: 97 min

When an alcoholic relapses, causing him to lose his wife and his job, he holds a yard sale on his front lawn in an attempt to start over. A new neighbor might be the key to his return to form.

Everything Must Go is a little dramedy feature about alcoholism and it’s slow, but it is undeniably sweet at its core and can be very charming. The relationship between Ferrell and Wallace’s characters is great to watch grow. Many might not appreciate this for what it truly is because they are expecting laugh-out-loud comedy, but it very much is a dramedy, with drama coming first. It does have a few laughs, but you could count them on your hands. It’s worth a watch, but it isn’t wholly memorable nor does it require repeat viewings, but Ferrell gives a great performance.


4 thoughts on “Everything Must Go (2010)

    1. I think he’s all-around great 🙂 I really want to see more of his dramatic roles (I haven’t seen Stranger Than Fiction but I really want to) because he’s really such a capable actor. I love almost everything I’ve seen him in (I was really disappointed by The Campaign). I need to see Anchorman and Ricky Bobby again… I neeeds to buy them 😀 Anchorman does ROCK, it rocks my socks off.

      1. Stranger Than Fiction was pretty good too. 🙂 I just don’t like when he does the really really stupid stuff like Stepbrothers (but that’s just not my type of thing). Haven’t seen The Campaign yet. And yes! ANCHORMAN IS AWESOME!! Very excited for the 2nd one!

      2. Ohhh okay, I think Step Brothers is hilarious. It certainly isn’t everyone’s type of humour, though!! Oh me too! I really can’t see it being bad… At least I hope it won’t be D:

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