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Plot: An aging Chinese immigrant is swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save what’s important to her by connecting with the lives she could have led in other universes.
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“Everything Everywhere All at Once is undoubtedly one of the best movies of the year, finally putting Daniels on the mainstream radar.
With such a low budget, it’s almost humiliating that so many expensive Hollywood blockbusters can’t even reach the heels of so much originality, imagination, excitement, and emotion. Michelle Yeoh leads the troops in a film that also pays homage to the iconic career of the actress who, at 59 years old, accompanies the fantastic stunt team in truly outlandish fights.
The mother-daughter relationship as the emotional core of the story follows a surprisingly predictable path and needs a few more dialogues to deliver an even more powerful climax, but it still induces tears and a genuine sense of concern for the characters.
Technically, all the elements are so creatively unique that it warrants the clickbait “you’ve never seen anything like this”.
See it in theaters!”
A truly sensational film! The utter definition of a must-watch.
‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ is impressive from every single viewpoint. I had heard murmurs of it being a great film, yet it still managed to completely smash my expectations. This 2022 release features a superb cast, a fascinating story and some top notch visuals. The editing and pacing, in particular, are brilliant.
The onscreen talent are all fantastic, but Michelle Yeoh is still the absolute standout from this. What a performance! I could watch her in this role over and over and over. With that said, Ke Huy Quan (welcome back!) is awesome as well, as are Stephanie Hsu, James Hong and Jamie Lee Curtis. Everyone plays their part very, very well.
All of the humour lands, with some parts being truly funny. It also manages to show supremely enjoyable action alongside a highly meaningful side too. In short: EEAAO is outstanding – you must see it if you get the opportunity!
What a perfect title for this movie.
It was everything everywhere all at once. Sometimes too many things, too many places at once and you can get lost, but it helps to focus on things.
Obviously, the amazing Michelle Yeoh is one thing to focus on. The whole reason I myself came to see this flick in the first place. Much as this movie gives you to absorb it was easy to keep my eyes on the beautiful Yeoh.
Oh, and the kid from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is in this flick. He’s older odiously but he still sounds like the kid form The Goonies. How lucky he was he got to play Yeoh’s baby daddy in this joint.
Last and definitely not least it was good to see James Wong in this film. You could tell they most likely made some filming adjustments to assure the 90 something year old actor can do the role but that’s what you do when you have legends do your flick.
Speaking of legends, almost forgot about Jamie lee Curtis who seem like she was having fun in her role.
The fact that this movie is about a multiverse I low key was expecting a multiverse connection between who Yeoh plays in this movie, and her character in Shang shi. That would have been cool.
It’s interesting that this like the third movie that came out in March that’s about the mommy daughter relationship between Asian women. What’s even more interesting is how they go in order. Turning Red is about a 13-year-old and Her mom, Umma is about an 18-year-old and her mom and the girl playing Yeoh’s daughter looks like she’s possibly in her early 20s. Don’t know when this became a hot plot in movies, but I will admit I prefer how the story lays out here (but only because I relate more to an Asian woman in her 20s over a middle schooler)
The music in this film is great. The movie was filmed in the context that the story is about a laundromat owner in her mid-life dealing with where she came from and where she’s going, but the music actually fits perfectly into the ideal of this woman being the key to saving the multiverse and it made for a lot of the entertainment. Just these big orchestra cues that make it sound like I’m watching Dune contradicting, the image of Yeoh being a worn-out blue-collar mom. Spectacular!
I say it’s good. It’s all over the place and it can be a handle to process, but it has a good cast to concentrate on.
Good To See Miss Yeoh
Michelle Yeoh owns a failing laundromat with her nebbishy husband Ke Huy Quan, who has just served her with divorce papers. They are being audited by IRS agent Jamie Lee Curtis. Her father, James Hong, threw her out when she married, and is now her wheelchair-bound dependent. Her daughter, Stephanie Hsu, has a girlfriend, which she cannot explain to her father. Then, during a terrible session with Miss Curtis, Quan takes off his glasses and in an authoritative voice tells her that only she can save the multiverse; from this reality defined by all the bad choices ever made, she must tap the abilities of the versions of herself who are more successful than she is; this means every one of them. She is the worst version of herself. Naturally, she is confused, particularly when she discovers that the ultimate evil that threatens all realities is her daughter.
It certainly gives Miss Yeoh a chance to stretch her acting muscles and the editing is wonderful. This sort of story is an enjoyable “wheels of time” story, and tackles the nihilism at the heart of the subgenre: if every decision you make was decided differently in another universe, what difference does it make?
My cousin enjoyed most of it but thought the ending sentimental. I thought the sentimental ending was appropriate. What a pity the industry hasn’t made better use of Miss Yeoh!
Original Language en
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy
Director Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert
Writer Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert
Actors Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan
Country United States
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