Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

often actively unwatachable in its quirky sentimentalist flights of fancy, but the cast carries this thing *hard.* it still hits in the small moments, even if those come into focus so fleetingly and increasingly rarely as the movie goes along. This is all thanks to the cast, who sell the more-pat-than-inspired syntactical parallelism that, despite all the gimmicky flourishes, are the movies only real Trick. The visual craftsmanship is hacky as ever, but it pulls off the main emotional thrust of its story, and it’s a good one. Ultimately fine, and I even liked it sometimes! hope Michelle Yeoh wins an Oscar for this

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