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Everything Must Go -- "Ferrell has never been better" (Playboy) as a salesman who loses his wife and his job in the same day and, faced with his life imploding, begins living on his front lawn.
Everything Must Go -- 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.
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Everything Must Go -- Actor Will Ferrell talks about his new movie, Everything Must Go.

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Director:
Writers:
Dan Rush (written by)
Raymond Carver (short story "Why Don't You Dance")
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Release Date:
14 October 2011 (Ireland) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Lost is a good place to find yourself
Plot:
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. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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Will Ferrell ... Nick Halsey

Christopher Jordan Wallace ... Kenny Loftus (as Christopher C.J. Wallace)

Rebecca Hall ... Samantha

Michael Peña ... Frank Garcia
Rosalie Michaels ... Kitty

Stephen Root ... Elliot

Laura Dern ... Delilah

Glenn Howerton ... Gary
Argos MacCallum ... Shopper

Todd Bryant ... Driver (Repo Guy)

Jason Spisak ... Hipster
Tyler Johnstone ... Big Teenager
Kyle Sharkey ... Lanky Teenager

Scott Takeda ... Bank Manager
Matthew Dearing ... Jacket Buyer
Leeann Dearing ... Girlfriend
Christopher H. Cook ... Samantha's Husband (as Chris Cook)
Steven Scally ... Fisherman

Andy McDermott ... Cop
Lance Gray ... Blender Guy
Narinder Singh ... Liquor Store Clerk
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Annie Boon ... Waitress (uncredited)
Amy Clouser ... Secretary (uncredited)
Kevin Cormier ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Linda Cushma ... Elegant Diner (uncredited)

Leslea Fisher ... Skinny White Girl (uncredited)
Michael Flores ... Co-Worker (uncredited)

Daniel Ganea ... Neighbor (uncredited)
Corin Grimm ... Extra (uncredited)

Daniel D. Halleck ... Specialist Sears (uncredited)

Tomas Johansson ... Yard Sale Patron (uncredited)

Brandon Kihl ... Yard Sale Patron (uncredited)

Dave LaBrucherie ... Nick's Dad (uncredited)
Casey Likes ... Young Nick in 1969 (uncredited)

J. Lyle ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Justin Mack ... Sales Representative (uncredited)

Travis Alan McAfee ... Garbage Man (uncredited)
Oz ... Yardsale patron (uncredited)

Jennifer Pfalzgraff ... Nick's Mother (uncredited)

Katrina Ryan ... Yard Sale Patron (uncredited)
Angela Seger ... Building Supervisor (uncredited)

Torin Sixx ... Neighbor (uncredited)

Shannon Whirry ... (uncredited)
Michael Robert Yeager ... Chinese Food Delivery Man (uncredited)

Directed by
Dan Rush 
 
Writing credits
Dan Rush (written by)

Raymond Carver (short story "Why Don't You Dance")

Produced by
Marty Bowen .... executive producer
Marty Bowen .... producer
Joanna Colbert .... co-producer
Marc Erlbaum .... executive producer
Jerry Fruchtman .... co-executive producer
Peter Fruchtman .... co-executive producer
Wyck Godfrey .... producer
J. Andrew Greenblatt .... executive producer
Bill Hallman .... executive producer
D. Scott Lumpkin .... executive producer (as Scott Lumpkin)
Ari Daniel Pinchot .... co-producer
Celine Rattray .... executive producer
Jody Simon .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
David Torn 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Barrett (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Sandra Adair 
 
Casting by
Joanna Colbert 
Rich Mento  (as Richard Mento)
 
Production Design by
Kara Lindstrom 
 
Art Direction by
Linda Sena 
 
Set Decoration by
Marcia Calosio 
 
Makeup Department
Bridget Cook .... hair department head
Don Kozma .... key makeup artist
Bernadette Mazur .... makeup department head
Tina Sims .... key hair stylist (as Anna 'Tina' Sims)
Collette Tolen .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Beau J. Genot .... post-production supervisor
Damien Lubiak .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Erik J. Carpenter .... second second assistant director
Kyle LeMire .... second assistant director
Joe McDougall .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Martin Anthony .... art department intern
Craig Cheply .... lead scenic
Noreen Coyne .... art department coordinator
Emily Hammerslag .... art department intern
Nick Van Houghton .... property intern
Terry Kempf .... construction coordinator
Brandon Kihl .... additional on-set dresser
Lauren Lanigan .... art department intern
Monica Leed .... assistant art director
Nic Lewis .... art department production assistant
Scott Matthew MacDonald .... art intern/props
Erica Mazzella .... art department intern
Sandra McAuliffe .... art department intern
Ian McClarren .... art department intern
Keith Mosca .... property master
Aaron Newton .... general foreman
John M. Oswald .... on-set dresser
Freddy Pinon .... art department intern
Zack Shisslak .... leadman
Gregg Singer .... location assistant
Ted Sorensen .... swing gang set dresser
John A. Stewart Jr. .... assistant property master
 
Sound Department
Steven Avila .... supervising sound effects editor
Jakob Beetem .... sound department intern
Tara Blume .... foley artist
Trip Brock .... sound re-recording mixer
Trip Brock .... supervising sound editor
Rob Embrey .... post sound coordinator
Kate Jesse .... boom operator
Michael B. Koff .... sound mixer
Peter D. Lago .... sound effects editor
Ben Lazarus .... sound department intern
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Rick Owens .... foley artist
Owen Peterson .... foley editor
Owen Peterson .... sound engineer
Alexander Pugh .... sound effects editor
Mark A. Rozett .... sound re-recording mixer
Dirk Stout .... sound utility
Steven Utt .... sound recordist
Ben Whitver .... adr mixer
Brian S.M. Wroth .... adr programmer
Brian S.M. Wroth .... dialogue editor
 
Stunts
Todd Bryant .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joshua Anderson .... lighting technician
John Beran .... dolly grip
Kirk Bloom .... second assistant camera
Allen D. Easton .... camera operator: "a" camera
Corey Erwin .... lighting technician
John Estes .... still photographer
Bruce 'Sarge' Fleskes .... best boy electric
Sean Patrick Hill .... electrician
John Janusek .... key grip
Jordan C. Kadovitz .... key video assist operator
Nic Lewis .... assistant camera
Chris Lumpkin .... grip
Jon McGinty .... lighting technician
Marty Miller .... grip
Jeff Murrell .... chief lighting technician
Robert S. Nielsen .... lighting technician
Michael A. Perry .... camera intern
Von Scott .... film loader
John P. Shine .... best boy grip
Cory R. Starr .... lighting technician
Chris Steele .... electrician
John Stewart .... electrician
Richard Cameron White .... epk videographer
Jarrod Wilson .... grip
 
Casting Department
Christine Colvin .... casting assistant
Jill Dupont .... casting associate
Angelique Midthunder .... casting director: New Mexico (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marylou Lim .... set costumer
Paula Rogers .... assistant costume designer
Eric Yake .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Matthew Coleshill .... post-production assistant
Maxine Gervais .... digital intermediate colorist
Kathleen Largay .... digital intermediate colorist assist
Adam Ohl .... digital intermediate producer
Mathieu Reid .... color timer
JoAnne Yarrow .... first assistant editor
 
Music Department
Peter Afterman .... music consultant
Stevie Blacke .... musician
Alison Litton .... associate music supervisor
David Torn .... musician
Ronald J. Webb .... music editor: temp score
Margaret Yen .... music supervisor
Sam Zeines .... music editor
Sam Zeines .... score co-producer
 
Transportation Department
Ben Barsky .... driver
Oscar Beguiristain .... driver
Donna Brower .... transportation dispatcher
Ricky Damazio .... transportation coordinator
Manny Demello .... transportation captain
Billy Kane .... driver
Bart McCarthy .... driver
Bob McCarthy .... driver
 
Other crew
Robert Abramoff .... production legal
Emma Barber .... production assistant
Ewan Bourne .... production staff (as Ewan Burne)
Mychael Dylan Brenk .... location assistant/scout
Barri Chase .... production intern
Angie Conners .... international marketing
Christopher H. Cook .... production assistant (as Chris Cook)
Alana Crow .... business and legal affairs
Katelyn M. Edmonds .... office production assistant
Jessica Elbaum .... assistant: Will Ferrell
Amanda Shamis Flannery .... clearance coordinator (as Amanda Shamis)
Stephanie M. Flores .... intern coordinator
Stephanie M. Flores .... office production assistant
David Giere .... production medic
Katie L. Greisiger .... assistant production coordinator
Denton Hanna .... location manager
Timothy P. Haskins .... production coordinator
Jaclyn Huntling .... assistant: Wyck Godfrey
C.J. Izzo .... production assistant
Chrissy Kernes .... accounting clerk
Matt Kyhn .... production assistant
Nakoma Litahní .... set production assistant
Adam C. Londy .... assistant: Marty Bowen (as Adam Londy)
Karen Mattingly .... script supervisor
Erica Mazzella .... on-set intern
Travis Alan McAfee .... staff set production assistant
Maggie Means .... production accountant
Christopher James Meyers .... production intern (as Christopher Meyers)
Charlie Morrison .... assistant: Marty Bowen
Thomas P. O'Neill .... production assistant intern
Mrs. Parker .... production therapist
Jason Sallee .... key assistant location manager
Dominic Sbardella .... craft service
Joshua D. Stevens .... assistant: Dan Rush (as Joshua Stevens)
Adam M. Stone .... product placement coordinator
Cat Stone .... product placement coordinator
Ian M. Stratford .... financial counsel
Michael J. Urann .... post production consultant
Aubrey Wehofer .... production office intern
Morgan Winn .... production intern
Mateo Trujillo-Hobbs .... stand-in for glen howerton (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Bob Beinhauer .... the producers wish to thank
Brian Graham .... the producers wish to thank
 

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Rated R for language and some sexual content
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97 min
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Trivia:
Directorial debut of Dan Rush.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: A towel on the back of the chair behind Will Ferrell slips down and is pulled back up behind him during his conversation with Rebecca Hall about her husband.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Voice on tape:Rule number 1, know your products. Okay, whether it's a PC or a piece of paper, know how it works. Number 2. Know your customers. Learn everything you can about them. Listen to what they want, and what they don't want. Rule number 3. Go the extra yard, okay? If you don't have the answer, find it. It's that simple. Okay, let's go get those numbers out there.
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11 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
When All That's Left Is You, 4 December 2011
Author: Chrysanthepop from Fraggle Rock

Dan Rush's modestly paced 'Everything Must Go' pretty much takes a look at the worst day of Nick Halsey's life and the days that follow where he's left stranded in his lawn. The theme is quite refreshing but even though the movie is tagged a comedy, the humour here is very dry (it does draw a few chuckles) and it felt more like an intense human drama than a comedy. Halsey's situation is depressing and it really makes the viewer want to hate Catherine, even though, the writer tries to make the point that she was justified in treating him that way. But anyway, this is Halsey's story and perhaps to balance the intensity, Rush could have added more quirks. The pacing is quite slow at times but there was never a boring moment. I liked how the director and Ferrell depict Halsey's struggle with alcoholism. However, I felt that the story and characters (especially the supporting ones) could have been further developed. Will Ferrell is excellently restrained which makes Halsey all the more human and easier to relate to. Rebecca Hall is brilliant. Laura Dern has about one scene and she shows the viewer how one scene alone can make an actor stand out. Overall, I wouldn't recommend 'Everything Must Go' to those looking for a comedy. It is an intense humour drama about a man who once had everything and is now forced out of his house and how he struggles and attempts to deal with his problems one step at a time.

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