EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE
Directors: The Daniels
Starring: Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis, James Hong, Stephanie Hsu
If you are looking for a truly original film that will take you on a wild and unpredictable ride, then the new Michelle Yeoh film Everything Everywhere All at Once will leave you riveted. Michelle Yeoh’s character, Evelyn Wang, is going through what so many people are feeling. She’s struggling with that work, life, family balance. She runs a laundromat that’s behind on the bills and taxes. Her husband, played by Ke Huy Quan, is at his end looking for an out with a divorce. She knows her daughter, Joy, is growing up and moving away from home. Despite this, Evelyn is hoping to throw a Chinese New Year Party for her father. A visit to an IRS agent leads Evelyn to an uncharted world of a multiverse where she is faced with what her life would have been like had she made other choices in life.
Here’s my review