‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ to hit OTT platforms next week


New Delhi: “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once,” is an A24’s genre-bending dark comedy that is set to watch at home from next week.

According to Variety, on June 7, the film will be accessible for USD19.99 on platforms such as Apple TV and Amazon Prime before being released in 4k UHD and Blu-ray the following month. When purchased through Apple, the film includes an additional eight minutes of unseen bloopers. 

The independent film-turned-juggernaut, directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, debuted to rave reviews in April and earned an amazing USD 35 million at the box office after only six weeks in theatres.

Michelle Yeoh plays Evelyn Wang, a wife and mother living in a universe who is being audited by the IRS at the start of the film. When she realises she must communicate with parallel universe versions of herself to save the planet, things take a dramatic and absurdist turn. 

What follows is a plot that moves at a breakneck pace, complete with meaningful family moments, well-seasoned bagels, hotdogs for fingers, and cameos by Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, and James Hong, Jenny Slate, and Jamie Lee Curtis.

Rotten Tomatoes gives the picture a perfect 97 per cent rating. The New York Times film critic A.O Scott gave the film a particularly positive review, calling it “messy and wonderful”, as reported by Variety.

“The plot of this film is as full of twists and kinks as the pot of noodles in an early scene,” Scott commented. “It would be hard to spoil it. It would literally take forever to summarise!”

(With inputs from ANI)

first published:June 3, 2022, 9:41 a.m.

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