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  • Actors: Will Ferrell, Rebecca Hall, Stephen Root, Laura Dern, Michael Peña
  • Directors: Dan Rush
  • Producers: Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Koch Media
  • DVD Release Date: 31 Oct. 2011
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0058O9K86
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,985 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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EVERYTHING MUST GO tells the story of Nick Porter (WILL FERRELL ANCHORMAN, STEP BROTHERS) a man who sells salesmanship for a living, but the days of being on top of his game are long gone. After delivering an inspiring presentation to his sales staff, Nick is fired for falling off the wagon one last time. He returns home to discover his wife has left him, changed the locks on their suburban home and dumped all his possessions out on the front yard. Faced with his life imploding, Nick puts it all on the line, or more accurately, on the lawn

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3.3 out of 5 stars

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Morris TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Sept. 2011
Format: DVD
Will Ferrell (Anchorman) plays Nick Halsey, a guy who gets fired from his job for his recent indiscretions on a business seminar in Denver. Whilst the details aren't clear, Nick - a former alcoholic - has most definitely relapsed and upon returning home finds the locks changed and all of his possessions strewn across his lawn. With his phone cancelled, car repossessed, accounts frozen and wife not taking his calls, he has little choice than to sit down in the middle of his years of accumulated junk; exer-bikes, skis, canoes and assorted memorabilia that it's clear he has absolutely no use for now.

His AA sponsor, homicide cop Frank Garcia (Michael Peña - Battle: Los Angeles) says that he can't live on his front-lawn and the only way around it is to hold a yard sale. Whilst Nick has no intention of selling his belongings initially, as the buyers nibble away at his useless hoard he feels increasingly liberated, helped by local kid Kenny (Christopher Jordan Wallace).

Ferrell plays a deeply fractured-character whose heart is in the place with great flair. Gone are the silly man-child temper tantrums he is famed for and in it's place a deeper style of comedy of a man reduced to indifference by his situation. Wallace plays his emotional sounding board and as Nick wallows in his possessions, eventually some order appears. His new neighbour played by Rebecca Hall (The Town) provides a bit more insight but it's no love affair.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. BROOKES on 20 Sept. 2011
Format: DVD
Will Ferrell stars in this excellent drama about a man who loses everything.

It is very real, dark in humour and far removed from a slapstick comedy. This slow, but well paced film is clever, being so real it stings, and most importantly a charming cult gem. Viewers will have to be patient and buy into the believable idea, and I guess like Ferrell also helps.

The film deals with a man (like a morose version of Hank from Old School) who is made redundant, and so has to live on his front lawn. It is very much in the style of say Stranger Than Fiction, with Ferrell acting in what is a modern drama, not comedy, where very little helps, but it is the emotional tie and sympathiser role you take as an onlooker that makes this
film work.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By commodityfetish on 7 Jan. 2012
Format: DVD
I was surprised at the quality of this film. It reminds me of how surprised I was when I watched Man on the Moon with Jim Carrey: a comedian like that in an 'endearing, moving tale'? It seemed wrong, but it worked brilliantly! The films aren't that similar, but MOTM was fantastic thanks to Carrey's performance, and in the same way Ferrell's performance is commendable in what turns out to be a really good film.

This has its comedic moments, which serve to keep a good rhythm to what is a pretty tragic tale of somebody who's been given a few blows that have sent him on a course of eventual self-renewal through vivid self-destruction. I thought it was a comedy after watching the trailer - a guy loses his job and his wife on the same day... ok, that sounds like the beginning of a mediocre comedy, doesn't it? Actually, it's done really well, beginning with some light hearted moments, but which unravel into a tale of a man allowing his vices, and his outlook (largely developed in a sales-culture environment), to eat dangerously into his life. In the end Ferrell gives a realistic portrayal of somebody who's very likeable and competent, but who's empty, flawed and jaded enough to make him alienate himself from those around him (who are also flawed, but who haven't been dealt his hand).

It's a really good story that's well worth watching, but quite sad and raw at times (albeit with uplifting moments). Watch it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scaroth, Last of the Jagaroth on 1 April 2012
Format: DVD
Like many others I was thrown a curveball by the write-up for this film which describes it as a 'hilarious comedy'. Perhaps the initial reviewer was being extremely lazy and re-using a tagline from any other Will Ferrell starring movie, however it's inaccurate at best. Like fellow 'Frat-packer' Ben Stiller in Greenberg [DVD], Ferrell walks a slightly uncomfortable line here between dark humour and melodrama. When I say 'humour' I don't mean any kind of laugh-out-loud moment, but rather the bitter, ironic kind, as Ferrell's discarded salesman attempts to pick up the pieces of his life, with help from teenage loner Kenny, and duplicitous AA sponsor Detective Frank Garcia.
With every twist of the knife - and there are plenty of these for Nick, the salesman slips further back into his alcoholism; the root cause of all his problems it transpires. Fortunately the film ends on an (albeit ambiguously) redemptive note, but make sure that if you're going to watch this, you're prepared for some pretty downbeat moments, especially early on.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Juno on 9 Mar. 2012
Format: DVD
Agree with the others who have given this film a high rating. It's steadily-paced, building on the anguish and embarrassment surrounding the lead character a little bit at a time. It has it's cringe-making moments (as they are intended to be); one or two moments of gentle comedy and a great acting performance from Will Ferrell, along with Laura Dern and several other cast members.

Ignore the spiel on the cover - it is NOT 'sharply funny', but the references to Ferrell's acting performance eg 'Ferrell has never been better and 'A terrific performance' are 100% accurate. He's excellent.

Don't watch it if you're expecting hilarity in any form, but do give it a go if you like something that little bit different.
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