Film Review — Everything Everywhere All At Once

Cult status pretty much guaranteed, but this relentless creative cacophony lost me around the halfway mark.

Credit: A24

For about an hour or so, I thought I’d wind up loving Everything Everywhere All At Once. It features an agreeably high concept scenario, a tour de force central performance from Michelle Yeoh, inspired…

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A celluloid statement of faith: Films should first and foremost be seen in the cinema. I make every effort to do so, and do not review films released on “streaming”. Every film reviewed here is one I’ve seen on the big screen.

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Simon Dillon

Simon Dillon

Novelist and Short Story-ist. Film and Book Lover. If you cut me, I bleed celluloid and paper pulp. Blog: www.simondillonbooks.wordpress.com

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