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Review: Everything Everywhere All At Once is great in the middle

Michelle Yeoh plays a middle-aged immigrant whose life is a letdown, she runs a laundry business and is in big trouble with the American tax authorities. At an audit, she gets embroiled in a battle raging across parallel universes. 

Billed as a comedy, it certainly has some very funny moments in it and a very complex and somewhat confusing set of intertwined stories. The fight scenes are breathtaking, and the editing is masterly. 

The middle of the film is action-packed, fascinating to watch, and cleverly constructed. The cast plays up the comedic angles very well, and Michelle Yeoh, is wonderful. Unfortunately, the film is hampered by a very slow and odd start, and a mediocre and schmaltzy ending. 

So how did I score it?

Acting   8/10

Story/Script    7/10

Cinematography    7/10

Set/Costumes    7 /10

Entertainment   7 /10

That gives Everything Everywhere All At Once an average of 

Average     7.2/ 10

EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE 

Starring: Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr. James Hong, Jamie Lee Curtis

Directed by: Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert

Duration: 139 minutes

Opens in Australia and New Zealand – 14th April 2022

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