- The New York Times describes this movie as a “swirl of genre anarchy” and features elements of black comedy, science fiction, fantasy, martial arts film, and animation
- Everything Everywhere All At Once has earned an impressive $20.5 million.
- Originally written for Jackie Chan, the lead role was later reworked and offered to Michelle Yeoh
- On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 95% based on 334 reviews, with an average rating of 8.6/10.
Multiverse which, we used to hear often in books and theories in old times, but now as science and technological advancement took major leaps, we can now see and observe, how this multiverse could be the astonishing and crazy thing
Based on the above lines, Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert ( film directors and writers ) have written a very fascinating and mind-blowing science fiction movie, which is known as Everything everywhere all at once. This movie is produced by the Russo brothers.
This movie begins with an ordinary and normal story wherein Michelle Yeoh ( playing the role of Evelyn Wang ) a middle-aged woman, who is an immigrant from china runs a dwindling laundromat with her sick husband Ke Huy Quan ( playing the role of Waymond ), which is being audited by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). One day while, when she was going for an audit, her husband observes and goes through a spontaneous shift in personality and starts to give her peculiar instructions, telling her about the destiny of the multiverse is at stake and that she might be the one who can save it. What follows is an increasingly charming, absurd, and hilarious plot surrounding a depressed omnicidal multiversal person named Jobu Tupaki and Evelyn’s struggle to find meaning in her typical life.
Everything Everywhere All At Once has just Hit An A24 turning point
Everything Everywhere All At Once has earned an impressive $20.5 million, hitting out the totals of fellow indie flicks Licorice Pizza and The French Dispatch. The movie debuted on March 25 in ten theaters and started earning $501K for a $50K per-theater average, according to Deadline. It now seems certain that this movie, directed by Daniels, will become A24’s fourth-highest grossing film domestically, surpassing Moonlight for the honor.
Why is Everything Everywhere All At Once considered a must-see right now?
Well, seemingly, if you make a movie with a multiverse plot, it is evident to attract 18-34 year-olds. As per the PostTrak survey, which showed that when the movie was playing from April 8th-10th, close to 70 percent of people were in this age bracket. In previous times, A24 has made movies that appeal to young adults like Hereditary, Spring Breakers, and Midsommer, which hit a box office milestone when it went to earn $78 million globally. Apart from a great movie and its content some other things also played an important role in the latest movie’s success like strong advertising and word of mouth.
Overall, it looks like A24 has done it again by providing audiences with something excitement and entertainment enough to purchase their tickets.