15 Reasons Why You Should Definitely Watch "Everything Everywhere All At Once"

    Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis, the multiverse — all at once!

    Everything Everywhere All at Once is a beautiful and bizarre film filled with fanny packs, frankfurters, martial arts, and a whole lot more.

    Here are 15 reasons why you should do yourself a favour and go see this incredible movie!

    🚨 This post contains minor spoilers, including general plot outlines and stills. 🚨

    1. The movie 100% lives up to the name.

    Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn with her face looking refracted and split into many different places

    2. It's genuinely hilarious.

    Stephanie Hsu as Joy looking serious with confetti falling all around her

    3. But it will also keep you on the edge of your seat.

    Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn with her hands over her mouth and blood on her face

    4. And it's also super emotive.

    Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn standing, looking protective, in front of Stephanie Hsu as Joy and Ke Huy Quan as Waymond

    5. This is "the Daniels'" second feature film.

    6. We see lots and lots of Michelle Yeoh.

    Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn with a googly eye in between her eyes

    7. Jamie Lee Curtis plays an IRS auditor cum wrestler, sort of.

    Jamie Lee Curtis as Deirdre, sitting at her desk looking down her glasses

    8. It marks the return of Ke Huy Quan to acting.

    Ke Huy Quan as Waymond holding a fanny pack between outstretched hands

    9. The movie doesn't take itself too seriously.

    Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn with Jamie Lee Curtis as Deirdre running with a fist clenched behind her

    10. It's a story of acceptance that deals with LGBT issues.

    Stephanie Hsu as Joy and Tallie Medel as Becky holding hands

    11. It has some epic, mind-bending action scenes.

    Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn training in marshal arts

    12. It really makes you think.

    Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn holding the hair of Harry Shum Jr. as Chad

    13. It also contains some really important lessons.

    Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn looking pensively across the room

    14. The film stayed true to Kwan's upbringing.

    Evelyn, Joy, Waymond, and Evelyn's father Gong Gong played by James Hong sit behind the auditor's desk

    15. Finally, the whole film is essentially a love letter to Yeoh!

    You can watch the trailer here:

    View this video on YouTube


    So, what are you waiting for? Everything Everywhere All at Once is out in UK cinemas from tomorrow! Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.