You’ve probably already heard about one of the most talked about films of the year, Everything, Everywhere, All At Once. This is a movie that defies definition by dipping its hot dog fingers into several different genres such as action, adventure, drama, sci-fi, martial arts, and more. One of the constants of this movie’s mind blowing experience is how funny it is, but that doesn’t mean you won’t need help understanding the ending.
Everything, Everywhere, All at Once was created by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, who are best known for their other weird movie called Swiss Army Man. This film is an absurd drama about a Chinese-American immigrant named Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh) who is embroiled in a crazy multiverse story revolving around her family (Stephanie Xu, Ke Hui Quan and James Hong). It’s one of those films that manages to balance the insane randomness of its humor with the earthy and realistic portrayals of its characters to surprising effect, thanks in no small part to the performances of Yeoh, Xu, Quan and Hong. After the release this film was met with universal acclaim and praise for its creative premise, powerful performance and truly hilarious comedy. Many describe it as one of the best films ever madeand you can really only believe in it.