'Everything, Everywhere, All at Once' invokes Daoism, the Chinese school of thought that pursues balance and harmony.
Tag: Ke Huy Quan
‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’: More Than an Immigrant Story, a Leap Across Many Worlds
The film shows stunning imagination and ambition, cool but with some banal preaching.
‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Is a Rare Triumph
It might seem like the most compelling aspect of the film is its fast-paced, cleverly controlled chaos. But when the wacky fun fades, a portrayal of extraordinary emotional complexity …