Director; Dan Kwan. Starring; Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Jamie Lee Curtis. Rated R. Color. 139 minutes.
I say no right out front when it comes to this picture. “Everything Everywhere All at Once” does one thing great, EVERYTHING! Only one question remains, what is the point of this movie? Star Michelle Yeoh is fantastic in her role as a confused woman of power, I think. “Everything Everywhere” feels like one of those films in which everyone involved making the project is talented, yet nobody knows how to bring the trophy home.
Yeoh plays Evelyn, in theory, a Chinese immigrant doing her best to survive in a new world. Or is she? Her father, maybe, Going Gong (James Hong) is always floating around. And let us not forget the young Joy Wang (Stephanie Hsu) trying to survive.
“Everything All at Once” is interesting. It is different. Is it captivating? Not really. Love it all you want.”Everything Everywhere” did not offend me. I will take a pass on this picture in the grand scheme of the movie universe.
Suck Factor: 4 out of seven (Seven means your movie really SUCKS!)
The SUCK FACTOR! If your movie SUCKS! such as a Michael Bay movie you receive 7 SUCKS! If you make a masterpiece such as “The Godfather” you receive zero sucks. The choice is up to you.