• Released
  • May 13, 2011
  • (Limited 5/13)
  • R , 1 hr 36 min
  • Comedy Drama
    Addiction Drama
Everything Must Go Synopsis
A broke and boozing slouch (Will Ferrell) tries to sell his possessions.
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Everything Must Go review

By earthdragon
A serious, emotional movie with some good chuckles. Ferrel was impressively real....

nice change of pace

By flipperev
i was disappointed when i heard will had taken this role on...thinking he was another comedic actor trying to prove his dramtic range. i was wrong....he totally delivered. the director did a great...

"Everything must go"

By sly_sly
This movie wasn't my first choice to see and then when I was told that Will Ferrel was the star I wasn't too sure about spending money on a silly movie. But it was the last one for the night so I...


By DaphneCT
OMG OMG OMG why on earth did I watch this? Why? This has got to be the slowest and most depressing movie ever! I know the previews pretty much tell the story but it's Will Ferrell and isn't he like...

By maybek8e
Not sure how this was supposed to be a comedy since I do not think I laughed once. It was mediocre at best and was depressing....

Everything must go

By lja45deal
I was extremely disappointed with this film. It was all I could do to sit through it. I read the reviews but went anyway because the trailer clips looked so darn funny and I love comedies. The...

A complete waste of my time and money

By mdicrecchio
Saw this movie last night --- it was a total waste of a good night out!...

Has its moments

By mikeytime01
*Warning! Spoiler! Kinda depressing, but if u couldn't figure that out from the preview then the only sad thing around here is you. The film gets u thinking a lot about standing up for yourself...

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Rated R | For some sexual content and language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Smart, poignant dramedy puts alcoholism front and center.
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