The kung fu sci-fi film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” directed by “Swiss Army Man” directors Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, starring Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis, has been announced in Taiwan, China, and will be released on April 22.
A few days ago, IGN announced the score for Michelle Yeoh’s new film “Everything Everywhere All at Once”, giving an astonishing 10-point evaluation.
Reviewers said “Everything Everywhere All at Once” was a “game changer” for the cinematic multiverse. Thrilling action graphics, great performances, and a world of possibilities.
IGN Rating: 10 (Editors’ Choice)
IGN general review:
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is a complex film that covers a variety of topics. But it counteracts its gloomy story with a well-written script, great acting, and “healthy” grotesque humor, treating every theme equally. In particular, Michelle Yeoh’s powerful performance in this story brings a fresh and welcome twist to the concept of the multiverse.
The film tells the story of a middle-aged Chinese-American woman who is suddenly told by her husband (“I’m not your husband, I’m another version of him in another universe”): There are many universes in the world, and there are many “shes”.
The fate of these “hers” is somehow connected, and the fate of these many universes is now in the hands of this “her”.