Citizen Kris’s review published on Letterboxd:
Everything Everywhere All At Once isn't a movie; it's a ride. And what a special one it is.
You'd be hard-pressed to find any movie that rings true to its title more than this one. It's a surreal experience full of brilliant randomness and unpredictability.
This is the type of original story that cinema badly needs. It goes to show what happens when filmmakers like The Daniels are given free reign for their creativity.
Michelle Yeoh is the real MVP.
NOTE: I might update this with more elaborate thoughts, once this film has sunk into my mind.