Terry Hunter reviews EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE

Updated: Apr. 17, 2022 at 10:57 AM HST
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EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE, starring Michelle Yeoh, is popular with audiences and critics alike. I like it too, but it’s not for everyone. That’s because EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE is the weirdest comedy/drama I’ve ever seen, but it’s also exciting, wild, and full of creative marital arts action. The setup is this: All the members of a Chinese immigrant family shift suddenly from one alternative universe to many others, each one representing a choice they had but didn’t make in this world. I can only hint at the scope of this exhilarating, mind melting movie that really does try to present “everything everywhere all at once.” But I can say this film is ultimately a family comedy/drama that may move you from laughter to tears in a heartbeat. Check out what I was able to show in the video. (ONLY IN THEATERS)