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Everything Everywhere All at Once

Dan Kwan/Daniel Scheinert | 2021 | 139 MINS
Nominations: Baftas 10; Oscars 11

The runaway success of the Oscars returns to us for two extra screenings toting seven Oscars, two Golden Globes, five Critics' Choice Awards, one BAFTA, a record four SAG Awards and seven Independent Spirit Awards. Michelle Yeoh’s Chinese immigrant is swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save the world by exploring other universes connecting with the lives she could have led.

In Detail

Overwhelmed by a tax audit and difficulties with husband Waymond, Evelyn (Yeoh) is visited by another version of Waymond from what he calls the Alpha verse.

Here humans have learned to “verse jump” and are threatened by an omniverse agent of chaos known as Jobu Tupaki.

Soon, Evelyn is thrust into a universe-hopping adventure that has her questioning everything she thought she knew about her life, her failures, and her love for her family.

As absurd as it is profound, deeply moving and wholly original. The film’s final act is contemplative and heart-bursting with substance and will monopolize your mind long after it ends.

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