The kung fu sci-fi film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” starring Michelle Yeoh recently premiered at the “South by Southwest” art festival, and the media reputation has been released. At present, the film has a freshness of 90% on Rotten Tomatoes and an average MTC score of 79.
The positive reviews mainly praised “Everything Everywhere All at Once” for being ambitious and having a good time, and Michelle Yeoh’s performance was also recognized. The negative reviews mainly think that the film is long and tired after watching it.
The film is directed by the comedy “Swiss Army Man” directors Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert.
It tells the story of a Chinese woman who is exhausted by the toss of life and is told that there are thousands of herself in the multiverse.
Therefore, she has to shoulder the great mission of the multiverse to stop an evil force.
The film will be officially released in North America on March 25.
Excerpts from media reviews:
IndieWire: It’s an orgy of genius, less like a narrative film and more like a particle accelerator, or a cosmic washing machine designed by two 12-year-old lunatics.
IGN: It’s a complex film that covers a wide variety of topics, but has a well-written script, great acting, and just the right amount of grotesque humor. The story brings a fresh, welcome twist to the idea of the multiverse, with Michelle Yeoh in particular contributing an excellent performance.
Screen Daily: “Everything Everywhere All at Once” was admired for its grand ambitions, hitting audiences with strong style while telling the poignant story of an old woman trying to reconcile with her not-so-good life.
“Variety”: The performance of the film is a bit over the top, and a novel idea ends up being exhausting to watch.
“The Hollywood Reporter”: If not true to its title, the journey is a wildly imaginative, often fun-filled ride. But after more than two hours, it becomes endless and tiresome.