“Everything everywhere at once” wins nominations

‘Everything and Everywhere at Once’ has garnered 11 nominations for the 2023 Oscars, the Academy announced today. It’s one of the reasons to watch the film, taking advantage of the time we have left until the awards ceremony, which takes place on March 12.

The film was critically acclaimed. The film has a 95% approval rating from Rotten Tomatoes. Audiences on the site also enjoyed the film, which achieved an audience rating of 89%. score. For the columnist splash Roberto Sadovsky, it’s a masterpiece”

“Everything Everywhere At Once” will live in your thoughts for a long time. I continue to digest every bit of the film, already looking forward to new shots..Roberto Sadovsky

The synopsis seems like a simple plot, but the developments are complex. In Everything, Everywhere, we follow the story of Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh), a middle-aged woman who emigrated from China, leaving her parents behind to follow the American dream with Waymond (Ke Huy Qua ), your husband. In the United States, the couple have opened a laundry, above which they live with their daughter, Joy (Stephanie Hsu), the first generation of the family to be born in America.

The concept of the multiverse reaches another level in the feature film – and is one of the reasons for its success on the big screen. Evelyn Wang and her family embark on a saga that will make them discover that the universe is actually much bigger than they imagine.

There have been several years, with different films and series that have done their best to expand the idea that this universe in which we live – and that we watch in productions – is not the only one that exists. This concept believes that the universe is made up of countless worlds, dimensions, and timelines. “Everything and Everywhere at Once” mixes explanations with action scenes in a way that entertains and intrigues the viewer. The script repeats a kind of linearity, but doesn’t follow it, requiring the viewer’s attention all the time. However, it’s easy to stay immersed in the story, as new details and twists are introduced all the time.

“Everything in Everywhere at the Same Time” is one of those films that makes you want to watch it multiple times to be able to experience the finer details of parallel universes, like the one where everyone has sausage fingers or the humanity does not exist as we know it and the planet is inhabited by stones Fernanda Talarico

The film has a strong cast. The protagonist is lived by Michelle Yeoh, known to the general public for having played Ying Nan, the main character’s aunt in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021). In Guardians of the Galaxy – Vol. 2 (2017), Michelle brought Aleta Ogord to life in a cameo, bringing an original member of the comics crew to the film. Another pleasant presence is that of Ke Huy Quan, who has been absent from big roles for years. Stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Stephanie Hsu also stand out.

References: From Chinese Culture to Hollywood Blockbusters. “Everything, Everywhere, At Once” is far from an ordinary movie. The work is able to bring choreographed fights, as in classic Chinese action films, and references to Hollywood thrillers, “Matrix” (1999) and the animation “Ratatouille” (2007).

Where to watch “Everything, Everywhere” online?

The film can be viewed on platforms offering movie rentals, for an additional fee. “Everything and Everywhere at the Same Time” can be rented on Prime Video, Claro TV/NOW and Apple TV+.

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