Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022) Rated R

A Chinese immigrant goes on an adventure where only she can save the world by using her advantages from other universes. Starring Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, and Ke Huy Quan.

This is an interesting and different film. It’s not bad, but it isn’t the best either. I am a little surprised by all the positive feedback. It has great direction, special effects, costumes, and acting. I really enjoyed seeing Michelle Yeoh again; although, everyone around her held their own too. What I struggled with is the storyline – it’s just so bizarre and out there, but it also has too much potty humor for me to really get into the story. I mean, it was rather disgusting at times; they were really going for adult humor. The ending is what the film is all about – family. It’s about a complex relationship between mother and daughter. Obviously, the daughter is lost and the mother is struggling to make a connection. It’s about love. It really is a deep film if you think about it, but it’s a struggle to get there. So, while it’s not a great film, it’s a good film and worth the watch. 

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