The hero of the story is a bitter, middle-aged mother who keeps her mind busy saying, “What could I have taken?” ponder the question. One day, however, there will be a big change in Evelyn’s life when another “edition,” her husband, Waymond ,’s parallel universe equivalent appears and reveals that the woman is the key to averting a global catastrophe. But of course the situation is not that simple.
The movie is a crazy madness! This is definitely worth emphasizing at the beginning, as starting from a family drama, we get a comedy grafted into a sci-fi / action movie, which is not ashamed to toss up its plot with Bollywood or wu-hsia elements either. And the one who means the heart of it all is Michelle Yeoh, who may be shaping her life in Evelyn’s character – in each one. After all, there are plenty of other Evelyn here that the film is not ashamed to play boldly in the middle of the story.
The directorial couple, Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, did not spare the pace, did not hold back at all. 139 minutes after a shorter start, it spins a lot and maybe that’s why I was forced to deduct 1 point from the final rating. The high congestion, the pace will be very tiring after a while and sometimes it would be nice to take a little rest to process why Evelyn had such fingers or what the third eye was looking for there.
I have heard and read a few million times that there are no more unique movies in cinemas. A bunch of sequels, run-in franchises, superhero movies or animated tales await the one-time, something unique waiting at the checkouts. Well, with Everything, everywhere, anytime, it can be proven that it wasn’t just some empty complaint. Here is a film that builds a very unique set of many familiar elements and drives its madness on its viewers.
It can’t be said that everyone will like the movie. Presumably many will come out disappointed in the end and pay more for the ticket to The Lost City or Morbius. Hopefully, however, most people will think about the film (which, by the way, was shot under the producer’s supervision of the Russo brothers) and will also give them a chance to make a bolder commitment. 9/10
Everything, everywhere, always (Everything Everywhere All at Once)|
synchronized, American sci-fi, 139 minutes, 2022
Not recommended for under 16s!
Director: Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert
Michelle Yeoh (Evelyn Wang)
Source: SG.hu Hírmagazin – Film by sg.hu.
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