Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once ★★★★½

With so much packed into Everything Everywhere All at Once, not everything is going to stick, but god damn a lot of it does.

Racatouille is a good ass bit.

Ke Huy Quan was my favorite part hands down. I’m still in complete awe that he returned to the big screen in general, let alone retaining and even building on the charm he had 40 years ago. It’s seriously amazing seeing him tap into such a demanding and vital role after being seemingly dormant for so long.

And the editing too. It was either the most merrymaking, fulfilling task imaginable, or a horrible, perpetual nightmare. Editing was top notch, and if “the academy” doesn’t recognize Everything Everywhere All at Once in the best editing category next year, then we’ll have a problem on our hands.

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