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Film Review: Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022)

Kelaru & Fulton rating: ★★★★★

Available on Prime Video | Runtime: 2hrs | 19 mins

 

Visionary filmmakers Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, the creative duo behind Swiss Army Man have once again pushed the boundaries of cinema with their latest mind-bending masterpiece, Everything Everywhere All At Once. This movie is not just a film; it's a transcendental experience, a kaleidoscope of reality, a journey that defies conventional storytelling.

In this cinematic odyssey, we follow the life of Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh), an ordinary housewife who stumbles upon a wormhole that leads her to countless parallel universes.


The film weaves a tapestry of infinite possibilities, exploring themes of identity, family, and the multiverse. Michelle Yeoh delivers a tour de force performance, seamlessly transitioning between various versions of Evelyn, each with a unique, emotional resonance. She's the anchor in this storm of narrative complexity.

Everything Everywhere All At Once is a triumph in storytelling and direction, reminiscent of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind but with a unique, otherworldly twist. It's a love letter to the power of cinema to transport us to uncharted dimensions of emotion and imagination.


In conclusion, this masterpiece is an exploration of the boundless possibilities of storytelling and a testament to the limitless creativity of humanity. In a world dominated by sequels and franchises, it stands as a beacon of originality and a testament to the boundless potential of storytelling in the digital age.


Worthy winner of 7 Oscars in 2022, including Best Motion Picture of the Year, Best Original Screenplay and Best Director.




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