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Rated R · 97 minutes · 2011

Comedy drama
Longtime salesman Nick Halsey (Will Ferrell) has seen better days. No longer at the top of his game, Nick, an alcoholic, loses his job for showing up drunk one too many times. On the same day, he finds that his wife has dumped him -- and his possessions -- on the front lawn of their home. Facing the fact that his life is collapsing around him, Nick holds a giant yard sale that turns into a unique survival strategy. Based on a short story by Raymond Carver.
Official Site: www.everythingmustgo-themovie.com
Director: Dan Rush
Producer: Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey, Scott Lumpkin, Celine Rattray, Bill Hallman, Marc Erlbaum and J. Greenblatt
Cast: Will Ferrell, Christopher Wallace, Rebecca Hall, Michael Peña, Laura Dern, Rosalie Michaels, Stephen Root, Glenn Howerton and Jason Spisak

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Creative Loafing Atlanta Will Ferrell can act In his best performance yet, Ferrell discovers that a man's front yard is his castle in Everything Must Go by Curt Holman 05/13/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Bridesmaids, Everything Must Go, Priest 05/12/2011
Colorado Springs Independent The longest yard: Everything Must Go On paper, Everything Must Go has everything going for it. by Justin Strout 05/12/2011
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Portland Mercury A Serious Man Will Ferrell gets all drama-y in Everything Must Go. by Ned Lannamann 05/12/2011
Style Weekly Already Gone "Everything Must Go" looks at the pitfalls of surrendering to the suburbs. by Wayne Melton 06/07/2011
Creative Loafing Tampa The Green Lantern arrives Plus: The Art of Getting By and more what's playing at a theater near you. by Joe Bardi 06/16/2011
Memphis Flyer Everything Must Go Will Ferrell tweaks type in an effective indie drama. by Chris Herrington 05/13/2011
Indy Week Will Ferrell gets semi-serious in Everything Must Go Everything Must Go is a commentary about the artificiality of suburbia as well as an earnest fable about a man who must confront and let go of his past in order to embark on a better future. by Neil Morris 05/11/2011

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