One of Will's more sober films (in tone). Reflective, quiet & darkly-innocent dramedy about letting go & healing...
For a comedy I thought this would be funny. It's still a great movie and kinda sad. Will Farrel does great in this serious role.
A slow burner, but it was actually kind of a beautiful movie. A message on the human spirit and will.
Not that special a film, as the talent gets all too discarded by a cheap budget shamefully!
Will Ferrell takes acting to a new level with this heart-wrenching tale of honesty and unexpected humor. Well worth a watch,
Farrell should try dramatic roles more often. He is such a likable guy and with a deeper script he really seems capable
More drama than comedy, compered to other Will Ferrel movies
A few cliches aside, is so funny and heartwrenching--but then we're let off the hook far too easily for any of the heartache to be worth it.
This is a decent drama from Ferrell but is mostly forgettable in the meantime
Thought it would be funny but it was just slow and depressing
Didn't enjoy this but that be because I went in with the wrong mindset. Will have to rewatch it knowing its not really a comedy
not a comedy. Glenn, Stephen, and Will were all great in this one. this movie is pretty sad but overall heart warming. worth the watch!
Roles like this show that Will Ferrel isn’t just a lovable goofball, and is actually a great actor.
Unmemorable but I remember it being a touching story.
out on his luck & struggling this guy sells all that he owns. quirky film with a great metaphor of survival
Good change of pace for Ferrel in this indie dramedy.
Slow & a little depressing but I remember a lot of the plot. A decent movie just not my taste
One of Will Ferrell's rare serious roles, underrated and touching.
It was fun the first tine around if you know you’re going in to a drama. Wouldn’t revisit.
We all know Ferrell let more than just his personal belongings go, if only I knew what it was.