REVIEW – ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Comes to Cinema!

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ is the latest multiverse film to hit the Box Office. It’s funny, interesting and confusing in a good way!

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ deep dives into the multiverse like you have never seen before. The film goes into detail about how different each multiverse can be, whether it’s a universe where you have unlimited fame and fortune, or even where you have hotdogs for fingers.

The movie revolves around Evelyn (played by Michelle Yeoh), who is bored of the day to day routine of working hard in the family laundromat business, caring for her daughter (played by Stephanie Hsu) and looking after her sick father (played by James Hong).

Just when the family are about to discuss their taxes in a meeting that isn’t likely to go well, her husband (played by Ke Huy Quan) gives her a headset ear piece, connecting to a team that will talk her through jumping multiverses.

From here, the audience will see Evelyn grow with confidence to do what is being asked of her. But can she really bring herself to kill a variant of her own daughter? You’ll have to watch to find out. The movie is also hilarious, with references to many other famous tropes. You’ll find yourself laughing out loud, to a film that isn’t afraid to be silly with incredibly serious moments, too.

If you’re looking for a funny, action packed film that will have your mind blown this is definitely a good watch for you! It will open your eyes to what else is possible, in the most glorious way.

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