Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once ★★★★

For a multiverse movie that doesn't include the word 'multiverse' and 'madness' in its title, this movie successfully depicts the chaoticness of multiversal threats very creatively and somewhat in an effortless way. They have done a great job building a simple yet very convincing multiverse lore from a ground up just for this 120 minute-ish-movie that made me go "Why haven't anyone thought of this?"
The insane editing and camera work are nice supports. I love how this movie doesn't force its visual to bait newcomers.

Oh yeah, Michelle Yeoh is a gem. It's not everyday that you see a film about a casual asian middle-aged mother who somehow becomes the main hero of a big scientific event, and not boring.

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