Zane Foyle’s review published on Letterboxd:
Everything Everywhere all at Once is a confirmation that this year’s films are going to be amazing. I just feel it. The Batman was the sign, and now we have the confirmation.
Everything Everywhere all at Once confirms to the world that cinema can be absolutely anything. It’s a multiverse film which ambitiously deconstructs traditional storytelling with it’s Marvel-esc concept, a concept which Doctor Strange underwhelmingly scratched the surface of (hopefully rami will change this with his second installment). It understands the absolute insanity of its ideas and absolutely runs home with it. The audience and I were laughing so damn hard it was sometimes hard to hear the Dolby digital system around us. My dad was sitting in his chair, probably confused on how to feel, I almost thought he didn’t like it (he did though). I appreciate the absolute sincerity the Daniels have as comedic filmmakers, and I’m not at all fussed about it being the top rated film of letterboxd.