Will Ferrell's name usually conjures up the kind of movie that makes you cringe at the jokes, and make you smile because of his comedic nature. But he is a real actor and he proves it in this raw look into a debilitating man and his quest to make everything right again. There's something about the tone of this movie, and the increasing alcoholism that makes you feel for Ferrell's character, despite the implication that he isn't a good guy. But the message of the movie never strays in making clear that a good heart doesn't change. The movie is heartfelt, powerful, and funny, but in the way that makes you laugh and then think about the humor, the joke, and what it means later. This movie is suitable for teens 15 and up, for a couple F-words and some sexual references throughout. There is also a brief scene of about six seconds in all of kinky sex, and it's pretty graphic, but like I said it's brief. Great movie, and definitely worth checking out.