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Blu-ray Review: 'Everything Must Go'

9/9/2011 2:12pm EDT
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Ready to dive head first into a life that’s probably worse then yours? Then head on over to the life yard sale on the front lawn of one Will Ferrell where whether he wants it or not, "Everything Must Go." (On Blu-ray Sept. 6 from Lionsgate!) Check out the base price skinny below!

Title: "Everything Must Go"

Grade: 4

Cast: Will Ferrell, Rebecca Hall, Michael Pena

Director: Dan Rush

Rating: R

Runtime: 97 minutes

Release Company: Lionsgate


The Flick: Is it just me or does the drama of Will Farrell just keep getting better and better?...

Glenn Howerton To Become A First-Time Dad

7/26/2011 9:58am EDT
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Actor Glenn Howerton is to become a first-time father - his wife is pregnant.

The Everything Must Go star and his partner, Jill Latiano, will welcome the child later this year.

Howerton announced the news on by posting a picture of the pair at the Cowboys & Aliens premiere in Los Angeles, alongside the words, "Check out my beautiful preggers (pregnant) wife, y'all."

The news comes just days after Howerton's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-stars Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis announced they will also be welcoming a child this year.

Will Ferrell: 'Everything Must Go' Was A New Challenge That I Really Wanted To Try'

5/11/2011 6:00pm EDT
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Will Ferrell’s new movie is a bit more dramatic than his usual comedies. In Everything Must Go, he plays a man who comes home to find all his belongings on the front lawn after his wife leaves him. He is also an alcoholic so has a few binges in the movie, and Ferrell plays it straight.

“I’m getting the question, were there moments you were tempted to make them funny,” Ferrell said. “I don’t think you can sit down to read a piece of material like this and start earmarking it with ‘Ah, this would be funny. I should barf on myself here. I know how to spice that up.’”

There are funny moments ...

Review: 'Everything Must Go' 'Two Jews On Film' Don't Go For Will Farrell's Dramady (Video)

5/11/2011 11:29am EDT
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'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 front lawn. What's a guy to do? Well since Nick is an alcoholic, the answer is beer...a lot of beer.

So in between guzzling...

Trailer Talk: This Week in Movies - 'Bridesmaids,' 'Priest' & More

5/9/2011 11:00am EDT
I apologize to all my faithful readers that there was no Trailer Talk column last week. Between my coverage of IFF Boston and a trip to Chicago, unfortunately it was just not in the cards. I did see some great flicks though at IFF Boston and met some interesting filmmakers. If you haven’t already checked out the coverage, definitely read my reviews and watch my interviews.

Of the movies that came out last week, I had already seen Jodie Foster’s third directorial effort “The Beaver,” starring Mel Gibson. In his role as the mentally ill Walter Black, Gibson puts forth a very raw perform...

Tribeca Review: Will Ferrell Shows Us He Can Do More Than Comedy In 'Everything Must Go'

4/28/2011 11:15am EDT
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A few years ago, funnyman extraordinaire Will Ferrell gave us Stranger Than Fiction, a serious movie that just happened to be funny. This time he teams up with writer/director Dan Rush for Everything Must Go, a funny movie that just happens to be serious. Ferrell plays Nick Porter, an excellent salesman who gets fired from his cushy job because of a little drinking problem. Well, a big drinking problem. He arrives home to find that his luck hasn’t changed—his wife has changed the locks on the doors to the house, and to boot she puts all of his stuff out on the front lawn. (We’re talking all...