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“Everything Everywhere All at Once,” A24’s genre-bending dark comedy that people can’t stop talking about, will be available to watch from home beginning next week.
The film will be available to purchase for $19.99 on platforms such as Apple TV and Prime Video on June 7, before being released in 4k UHD and Blu-ray next month. Plus, the film comes with an extra eight minutes of unseen bloopers when purchased through Apple.
Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, the indie film-turned juggernaut opened to stellar reviews when it came out in April, pulling in an impressive $35 million at the box office after six weeks in theaters. The film stars Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn Wang, a wife and mother living in a multiverse who begins the film being audited by the IRS. Things take a dramatic and absurdist turn when she realizes she has to connect with parallel universe versions of herself in order to prevent worldly destruction. What ensues is a plot that runs a mile a minute, including everything from heartfelt family moments, well-seasoned bagels, hotdogs for fingers and appearances by Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, James Hong, Jenny Slate and Jamie Lee Curtis.
The film boasts a stellar 97% average rating on Rotten Tomatoes. One particularly positive review came from The New York Times film critic A.O Scott, who called the film “messy and glorious.”
“This movie’s plot is as full of twists and kinks as the pot of noodles that appears in an early scene,” Scott wrote. “Spoiling it would be impossible. Summarizing it would take forever — literally!”