The movie is said to be strange, surreal, and sentimental. “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is an original, and it is a Kung fu-action comedy that one might love. The film is expected to have admirers, but it is also said to have a dizzying nature that is unsuitable for everyone.

Evelyn (played by Michelle Yeoh) is said to have been living a hectic life, dealing with her husband (played by Ke Huy Quan) and a grown daughter named Joy (played by Stephanie Hsu). She meets with an IRS agent (played by Jamie Lee Curtis) and is suddenly pulled into the multiverse since she is the one person who can stop the “agent of chaos,” which is a threat to them all. Also, each time she accesses one of the other universes, she acquires any skills that she develops there.

Directed by Daniels (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), this movie isn’t the kind of movie one would seek out for a deep penance of roads not taken or regrets in one’s life. But once the plot kicks in, it is pretty hard to peel your eyes off the screen, and the real triumph resides in the editing.

Still, Daniels has delivered the kind of an unimaginative and uncompromising effort that will help get people excited about their movies.

While the internet’s effect can be an overwhelming exercise to absorb, the meaning “Everything Everywhere” deserves to be seen sometimes, and somewhere- the film does the job. “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is set to hit the US theatres on the 8th of April.

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