Joe Aragon’s review published on Letterboxd:
Everything Everywhere All at Once is nothing short of a visionary masterpiece. A meticulously crafted symphony of chaos that defies expectation. I am gobsmacked. Stunned. Flabbergasted. All of the above and all at once.
It is clear that in the midst of all the frenzy, there’s a genuine amount of honesty and compassion that has been poured into this film. I admittedly was worried the multiverse gimmick was a ploy to capitalize on a trending trope, but it’s usage to tackle generational trauma is absolute filmmaking mastery.
Michelle Yeoh further cements herself as a legend, but the entire cast deserves praise as each them delivered at the highest level. The action is exciting, the comedy is strange and outrageous, but the movie still finds time to deliver some emotional punches to the gut.
Watching Everything Everywhere All at Once felt like I was watching a once in a generation movie. A movie that can’t be imitated but a movie that will inspire thousands.