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This exquisitely entertaining multiverse picture has a huge amount of heart and emotion, not to mention a phenomenal central performance by Michelle Yeoh.

Is Everything Everywhere All At Once a little too much at times? It most definitely is. There is no denying that the picture has a bloated runtime, that the directors are too enamoured with every single concept they touch upon and that the film makes its point a lot earlier than in the overlong climactic battle.

But who cares when even during the picture's meandering interludes you are so thoroughly entertained? Everything Everywhere All At Once gets the multiverse concept absolutely right, has laugh-out-loud moments to spare and contains characters, scenes and visual chutzpah that you're unlikely to ever forget.

Anchored by Michelle Yeoh's phenomenal central performance the movie also has a huge amount of heart and emotion, which ultimately makes the film such a success.

To put it another way: if Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy author Douglas Adams were still alive, I'm sure he would loudly sing the praise of Everything Everywhere All At Once. And that's about the best compliment you can give.

release: 2022

director: Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert

starring: Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis


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