Everything Everywhere All At Once



When an interdimensional rupture threatens to unravel reality, the fate of the world is suddenly in the hands of a most unlikely hero: Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh), an overwhelmed immigrant mother. As bizarre and bewildering dangers emerge from the many possible universes, she must learn to channel her newfound powers and fight to save her home, her family, and herself, in this big-hearted and hilarious adventure through the multiverse.

31 comments

  1. I made a huge mistake when I rented this movie… I DEFINITELY shoulda bought it๐Ÿ‘ It's gonna be on repeat for 48 hrs lol

  2. Wooooah, that might be one of the most creative movies I ever seen. This is a game changer! I went in blind without watching the trailer or reading what it was about. I wish I watched this in theater! Hopefully this movie gets the recognition it deserves. Brilliant cinema

  3. This is one of the only 10/10 standalone movies Iโ€™ve ever seen. Apart from 2 unnecessary vulgar scenes, it does everything perfectly. It reminded me that the only true purpose of life is to enjoy it. Be as happy and joyful as possible, no matter what. Donโ€™t let anything ruin your life. Iโ€™ve been living my entire life by this, and I hope to live my rest by it.

  4. the father's sincere scene made me tear up with deep emotions. As a homosexual asian child without parental support, I felt every word Joy said at the end of the chapter 2. I feel like my childhood was also like trying to be a good child, hiding all of my deep emotions, sadness, incidents into a void of my own. When I feel overwhelmed of this repetition and living a life that isn't mine, I occasionally imagined how my parents would react if I have a chance to show them what I went through, my deepest emotions and memories. There's a black bagel in every child's heart I guess. I was so happy to see the positive ending, which I haven't had it yet, but I'm hoping all other LGBTQ children would have an unconditional love and support, communication between the parent and the child.

  5. This movie is a work of art.

    Truly fascinating and runs so parallel to my life it is strange. Metaphorically of course ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. It made me feel like I am a harried, difficult, imaginative asian woman. I am a fat useless white guy with hotdog fingers and auditor of the year awards. And it made me cry,

  7. wasn't too funny but it's intensity built towards the resolution was one of the most powerful i'd seen in a long time

  8. I highly recommend watching at least twice! So many things I missedโ€ฆ like all the donut, bagel and circle references! The umbrella in the elevator is covered in adorable donuts! So very Waymond ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿฉ๐Ÿ’•

  9. Fโ€™ing OUTSTANDING film! Story, Production, Cast! ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ

  10. This movie is objectively better than most movies showing right now and the fact that so many people either had to drive far out of their way to see it or it was in theatres for only a few weeks shows how the film industry truly does not value real, creative drive like the Daniels have shown here. They'd rather show shallow blockbusters with the same ideas and images we've seen a million times before. But this movie truly changed my life ๐Ÿ’›

  11. Disappointing. Such a great idea poorly executed and turned in to some feelings crap. This movie did not deliver on the expectations that were presented by the trailer. Absolute garbage…

  12. What I love about this movie is that I donโ€™t get it. It comforts me knowing I donโ€™t have to know everything or be good at everything to know itโ€™s okay. Everything & everywhere in this movie there is something someone can resonate with, all at once. That is the beauty of this film & the love for it is understanding.

  13. Everything everywhere all at once is one of the best masterpieces of our time. And the sad thing is people wonโ€™t realize it. I honestly laughed, loved, and cried. We need more movies like this. Itโ€™s frankly a breath of fresh air in cinema and it took risks and made a beautiful story of forgiveness and kindness. Itโ€™s a beautiful story of fighting to heal. This will definitely be a comfort movie for me.

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