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Everything, Everywhere, All at once – Review

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Directors Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert

Writers – Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert

Stars – Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan

EEAAO is possibly one of the greatest films I’ve seen in years, no exaggeration. What started with confusion, quickly turned to belly laughs, tears, introspection and straight back to belly laughs.

It’s bombastic, ridiculous, bizarre, hilarious, heartwarming, poignant, thought-provoking and beautiful, all rolled into 2 hours 20 minutes. A literal emotional rollercoaster and I left the film just in awe at what I’d been party to.

I’m not going to go into depth about what it’s about because I feel, like me, going in not sure or with preconceptions is a great place to be and will just make the whole experience all the better. In short though, it’s about the multiverse but it’s more than that, it’s a film about choices, regret and dealing with who you are at the minute and that sometimes you just have to accept it, appreciate what you have/are and try and make things better going forward.

Acting is superb, action is flawless cinematography is fantastic and the depth of the story is truly awe-inspiring.

When you first start watching it may seem somewhat odd, chaotic even, like when your brain is thinking too much and trying to sort everything at once. Embrace this and let the chaos wash over you because you will be in for the wildest of rides and come out the other end feeling somewhat drained but refreshed at the same time.

An emotional trip I was not expecting to have and I loved every moment of it. An amazing film, and if you don’t agree you’re just wrong!

Oh and by the way… Wayland Wang… if you’re a kid of the 80s you may recognise the actor!

Matt Geary
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