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Everything Must Go

A movie directed by Dan Rush

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A Quick Tip by BlackSheep

  • May 18, 2011
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Anyone interested in a little more insight into Will Ferrell's foray into dramatic acting should check out my interview with him for his latest project, EVERYTHING MUST GO.

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May 18, 2011
sweet! Did you see the Sunday newsletter? One of your recent interviews was featured?
May 20, 2011
I must have missed that in the newsletter. Thanks though!
 
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review by . September 25, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
*** out of ****     "Everything Must Go" is a sweet, funny, and surprisingly engaging drama. Like most of its kind, it gets most of its laughs out of pure humanity, and succeeds due to the honesty in the performances of its cast. Here, you have an intriguing few performers; the star of the lot being Will Ferrell, who doesn't usually do drama. However, maybe you recall his film "Stranger Than Fiction". That, like this film, was different from what he usually does; yet it was appealing …
review by . May 09, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
'Everything Must Go' 'Two Jews On Film' Don't Go For Will Farrell's New Dramady (Video)
'Everything Must Go' is based on a short story by Raymond Carver.  The film is directed and adapted for the screen by Dan Rush and stars Will Ferrell as Nick Halsey, a man who's definitely on his way down.      Nick is a career salesman who has always been on the top...but not anymore.  The film opens with Nick being fired. If that isn't bad enough, Nick arrives home to find that his wife has changed the locks and thrown all his possessions out on the …
review by . January 15, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Nick Halsey (Will Ferrell) is having an incredibly, terrible, bad day. Despite being a model employee while on the job, he's cost the company money because of his alcoholism and after sixteen years is let go from his job. He comes home to find all of his belongings on the front lawn, the locks on the doors have been changed, and the garage key number altered. His wife has left him, leaving just a note and his stuff behind. His credit cards no longer work and his wife has blocked his access from …
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