Everything Everywhere All at Once


Everything Everywhere All at Once 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 8.7/10
 
Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert

Stars Cast: Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan
 

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 Everything Everywhere All at Once Review

 
"Be kind, especially if you don't know what's going on."

If we could only see that those who fight against us in life do so with hidden pain, and we fight them with kindness. If only we could accept our children as they are, and say things that support them from the heart instead of trying to shape them. If only we could be content with the life we ​​have, and set aside the idea of ​​countless other lives we could live, if only we had made different choices along the way. If only we could see that flipside in life means nothing and everything is finally thrown into the abyss of freedom from that, that we can do anything in our time.

Like the first name in its title, this film sounds like everything. When I looked at it I thought Stephanie Hsu was everything too, but again, so did Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis. Respect for Wong Kar-Wai and Ke Huy Quan for his enlightening speech is astonishing, and the fact that James Hong was still doing it at the age of 93 was astonishing. I also loved the way both mother and daughter, who were concerned about their upbringing, each received comfort from a kind and patient partner, and Tallie Medel's character touched my heart.

The film threatens to get off the rails with its various madcap jumps in the first episode, but it is all a setting for the second episode, incredibly powerful. It was impressive that she was able to have a wonderful time, with her quick action and wild ride. It is the one that rewards the clock again, as it is full of small details and references. Just a good film, a lot of fun, and from the heart.