The month of April is quickly coming to a close and we are ending it with a bang. Today Matt and Mike discuss the sleeper Sci-Fi multiverse hit, Everything Everywhere All at Once. Not multiverse topics include potty training, generation gaps, and David Carradine.
I am going to keep this one quick because it’s late and I don’t want to spoil too much of the pod or the film. Everything Everywhere All at Once is a very special film. It is creative, original, artistic, and has fantastic acting. This film is the complete package. The only issue with this movie is that it’s not for everyone. Older generations, at least Ma Hinshaw, had a difficult time understanding the multiverse and how the story worked. Sometimes these amazing Sci-Fi films can be too far out there and mind bending for viewers. Don’t let that scare you off from one heck of an interesting, zany, and fun ride.
Mike and Matt both agree Everything Everywhere All at Once is a must watch film. Mike awards it a rare perfect rating of 5 out of 5 Reels. Matt drops it half a Reel because the film isn’t for everyone giving it 4.5 out of 5 Reels.
For next week’s podcast Matt continues our theater adventures with the latest Nicolas Cage movie The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. Thanks for listening and reading to the end of our show notes. Chat at you next week!
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