Daniel Cruse’s review published on Letterboxd:
Thrilled to rewatch one of my favorite movies I’ve seen this year with one of my favorite people I’ve met this year. Everything Everywhere All At Once is an endlessly sincere, infinitely strange, and beautifully chaotic collision of everything you love, want, and didn’t even know you needed in a Hollywood movie. I’m still in awe at what this crew managed to pull off. It is unbelievably inventive and brilliantly executed on every level.
Michelle Yeoh deserves to be remembered for this part when Oscar season comes around. The soundtrack is enthralling. And every time without fail, I will shed a tear when the Wong Kar-wai universe Waymond tells Evelyn “So even though you have broken my heart again, I wanted to say, in another life I would have really liked just doing laundry and taxes with you.”
This movie is a show stopping ode to kindness, empathy, and anti-nihilism as a leading philosophy in life. What’s not to love? How can you not love a movie which simply tells us that we all love and deserve to be loved because at the end of the day, that matters more than anything.