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“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is now available to stream at home. The critically acclaimed, genre-bending movie presents a unique immigrant story that stands at the intersection of drama, sci-fi, comedy, and action. It costs $20 to buy or $6 to rent from digital retailers like Amazon, Apple TV, and Vudu.
The story follows Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh), a no-nonsense Chinese immigrant who runs a struggling laundromat with her husband and adult daughter. In the midst of marital problems and an IRS audit, she suddenly finds herself at the center of a multiverse conflict that spans multiple realities. Evelyn must jump across dimensions to save the world and, more importantly, her family.
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Hong Kong acting legend Michelle Yeoh stars as Evelyn, alongside Ke Huy Quan as Waymond Wang and Stephanie Hsu as Joy Wang. The cast also features James Hong, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Tallie Medel. “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is the latest in a string of recent movies that deal with the concept of the multiverse.
How to watch ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’
Once you’ve made your digital purchase, you can stream the film as many times as you like with no restrictions. If you rent the film, you usually get 30 days to start watching it, and then 48 hours to finish it once you hit play.
When does ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ come out on Blu-ray?
For those who prefer to own a disc version of the movie, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is now available on Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray, and DVD. The Blu-ray costs $15.
The Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray editions both include codes you can use to redeem a
copy of the film.
Is ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ worth watching?
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” received critical acclaim. On the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an impressive “95% Certified Fresh” rating based on 302 reviews from critics — and I couldn’t agree more.
It’s difficult to summarize the movie without giving too much away. It’s a film of epic proportions that seeks to accomplish a lot — and it succeeds. The film deftly walks the line between tear-jerking family drama, immigrant story, multiverse adventure, absurdist comedy, and martial arts action, without straying from the plot.
After seeing the movie for the first time in theaters, I immediately booked another ticket to see it again. It’s visually stunning, with practical effects that modern titles often forgo. The actors deliver compelling, emotional performances and heart-racing fight scenes, made all the more captivating because the performers do many of their own stunts.
Through Evelyn’s story, the movie highlights the complexity of even the most unlikely of heroes. The film addresses every aspect of Evelyn’s life, including her tense marriage, rebellious daughter, broken relationship with her father, hopes, and crushed dreams. And these relatable dynamics are all thrust into an exciting adventure that spans multiple universes full of creative twists and turns.
In other words, this movie is definitely worth watching. If you’re a fan of action, sci-fi, drama, comedy, or all of the above, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” dares to push the boundaries of its many genres with a rollercoaster story that leaves a lasting impression.