EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE
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This overwrought, oh-so-gently racist, movie is a dog of stupidity.
You can sift through the relevance of Hollywood handing this filmic garbage seven Oscars.
Vomiting all of the time now.
The filmmakers attempt in vain to obfuscate their pointed barbs at America's sanctions against China, as spun through a subplot involving the IRS audit of an immigrant family's coin laundry business.
A softball lesbian subplot involving Joy (Stephanie Hsu), the troubled twentysomething daughter of the film's matriarch Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh), functions to give the movie a phony hook upon which to hang its muddled narrative.
Universe-jumping breaks the movie into dozens of narrative splinters that add up to, well, dozens of meaningless splinters.
"Everything Everywhere All At Once" is a steaming example of visual, sonic, and thematic noise.
Propaganda for propaganda's sake.
Rated R. 129 mins.