Stranger Than Fiction
2006
As best-selling novelist Kay Eiffel struggles with how to kill off her main character, IRS auditor Harold Crick begins hearing her voice in his head and slowly realizes that he must stop his own death.

Scott Hardie: “It ruled.”

This weird comedy doesn't run in predictable directions with its neat premise (its hero Will Ferrell can hear the film's narrator in his head). It's more interested in the warm human moments between its odd characters. This one's for the brain and heart.

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