In addition to having already grossed half a million in theaters after opening in just 10 theaters in the US, the sci-fi comedy ‘Everything Everywhere at the Same Time‘ (‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’) is surprising critics.
starring Michele Yeoh (‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’), the feature opened with 97% of approval in Rotten Tomatoesboth from critics and the public.
Of the 118 reviews published, only four of them were negative.
Among the main comments, critics were unanimous in praising the unpredictability of the script, which moves from a boring drama about a Chinese immigrant in debt to an unexpected multiversal battle.
And, as it couldn’t be otherwise, the accolades also highlight the performances of Yeohwho plays several versions of herself with completely different characteristics.
All this very well conducted by the genius and eccentricity of the writers and directors. Daniel Kwan e Daniel Scheinert.
Check out the reviews:
“A dazzlingly kaleidoscopic adventure that is genuinely thrilling and often hilarious, featuring sensational martial arts fights in an ever-surprising array of settings, with a rollercoaster of surprising twists that hold up on repeated viewings.” – Movie Mom.
“Michelle Yeoh | delivers the performance of a lifetime in this film. The whole plot feels like a tribute to her and a celebration of her career.” – Paul’s Trip to the Movies.
“‘Everything Everywhere at the Same Time‘ sets out to deconstruct your brain and finds a variety of ways to deconstruct your heart… And yet it manages to bring the two together so skillfully in a handcrafted narrative that it almost feels like a miracle. – Mark Reviews Movies.
“’Everything Elsewhere at Once’ is a deliriously over-the-top action movie set in a multiverse that is relentlessly pushed to the limit.” – The Ringer.
“The film is set in a wild world, but Yeoh acts as its core, a gravitational force that keeps even the anal battle grounded in the reality of this journey. What movie.” – Fox 10 Phoenix.
“It’s hard to know what to do with ‘Everything Everywhere at the Same Time‘. It’s a tour of strength – but of what? It’s exhausting, and confusing, but that’s the fun.” – Washington Post.
Already on display in a total of 50 theaters in North America, the feature will expand domestically in april 8th.
For now, there is still no release date in national cinemas.
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In the plot, a Chinese immigrant is dragged into an insane adventure, where she must save the world by exploring other universes connected with the life she could have lived.
The cast still has Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr., James Hong e Jamie Lee Curtis.