ZombAid’s review published on Letterboxd:
Throw everything at the Board
and see what sticks - The Movie
Sometimes funny, sometimes exhilarating and sometimes just childish. A neck-breaking pacing can glance over some of those instances that irked me. I really could've lived without twenty Hot-Dog-Finger scenes or juvenile Dildo-Action and Butt-Plugs. The reason how a connection is build to your other selves, is murky at best.
But it's a charming little story about accepting your place in the universe, and how much more interesting your life could've been, if you didn't cling to the first person that swept you away. When you settle for subpar life, don't be surprised when your mind takes a crack from it. I was thinking about my Mom while watching this movie, and how much happier she would have been without my Father or me. Sure, it may be nice to have children. But wouldn't it be nicer to be a Movie-star and not with an abusive husband and a little shit-brat as offspring? Maybe she could have aspired something for herself and not just be there for those stupid men that don't know how to treat such a Woman.
Michelle Yeoh is great of course, as is the rest of the supporting cast with a special shout to the great James Hong. A nice movie from the Daniels Duo, but it's not the second coming of Buddha, not the best Film of the decade and not even the best movie of 2022 for me.