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Everything Everywhere All at Once 4K 2022 Ultra HD 2160p

Everything Everywhere All at Once 4K 2022 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux / BDRip
Country: USA
Time: 139 min
IMDB: 8.3
Director: Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert
Actors: Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, James Hong, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tallie Medel, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr., Randy Newman, Biff Wiff, Sunita Mani, Aaron Lazar, Brian Le, Andy Le, Narayana Cabral, Chelsey Goldsmith, Craig Henningsen, Anthony Molinari.

Story Movie

Everything Everywhere All at Once 4K 2022 Ultra HD 2160p
Evelyn's life is a mess. She can't get her tax report together, her elderly father constantly demands attention, her husband is in the clouds, and her daughter has brought her girlfriend to meet the family. During her visit to the IRS, things get even more complicated - it turns out that Evelyn can jump through parallel universes and access the memories and skills of other versions of herself. And now, in complete chaos, the woman will have to confront a mysterious evil entity that has decided to destroy not only this world, but the entire multiverse.

Review 4K Movie

The creative directorial tandem of the Daniels (Daniel Scheinert and Dan Kwan) rose to fame after the fantasy tragicomedy "The Man is a Swiss Knife," starring another Daniel. Before their debut, they worked in the genre of short meters and shot music videos for the stars. If you're not familiar with the Daniels' previous work, "All, Everywhere and At Once" is bound to surprise one way or another.

The film was produced by the notorious Russo brothers ("Avengers: The Finale"). Maybe because the script turned out to be superheroes and the cartoon universe. I would also like to mention the film company A24, thanks to which it is still possible to watch quality foreign films in Russia. The independent studio is familiar to us from last year's "Macbeth" by Joel Cohen, the Oscar-winning "Moonlight" and the TV series "Euphoria".

At a young age, Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh) left her home, got married and immersed herself for years in running a laundromat that was bought by her sloppy but sincere lover, Wymond. Business didn't work out, and the family became mired in routine. Straightforward and uncompromising Evelyn has to save the family business by reporting untargeted expenses to the tax agent Deirdre (Jamie Lee Curtis) - an arrogant woman in her forties, who has seen a lot of "problems" in this world.

To top it all off, Evelyn and Wymond have a daughter, Joy, who is going through a teenage crisis brought on by the final stages of puberty. And finally, an elderly grandfather (James Hoon) who has trouble explaining why girls can date other girls.

In the whirlwind of this seemingly ordinary family's relationships, a full-scale adventure through the universes will unfold. Justifying future events with science fiction, what happens on screen will mercilessly crush the mind with reckless and even odious jokes, surprise with incredible jumps from one personality to another, inspire fantasies about reality and excite with other deliberately careless techniques.

Visually, everything looks uncompromising, vivid and at times hardcore. Household dialogues are replaced by scientific lectures, arguments - by fights in kung-fu style and parodies of cult films: "The Matrix", "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", "The Dark Knight" and even "A Space Odyssey". By the way, according to the authors, "The Matrix" was also the inspiration for the soundtrack to the picture, namely the composition of Don Davis. However, the music is almost inaudible here.

All attention is attached to the thrash, which will sometimes be replaced by boring scenes from psychology books. Did you want everything at once? You got it. Even despite the huge amount of references, locations and travel, the film feels cramped. It lacks space and air, as in the tense parent-child relationship. Perhaps this is done intentionally to make the viewer feel like a flighty teenager who sometimes has to listen to the moralizing of his elders.

The picture is divided into three chapters: "Everything", "Everywhere" and "At Once". The first deals with human decisions, fate, the multitude of options for existence, depending on each decision made. In one world one can be a loser, in another - a superstar. According to the authors' idea and the naive laws of the multiverse, to change yourself, all it takes is one action, which will launch the next chain of events and generate a new universe. This is where we get hooked. On the one hand, we are feverish from the myriad of assorted jokes, while on the other, we escape into our own worlds, succumbing to escapism, which, incidentally, is especially useful to the viewer right now. Eh, what would life have been like if I had been then...All in all, the road to fantasy and reflection is open.

The second part raises the question of the possibility of being everywhere. Well, at least within the framework of a fantasy multiverse. With the appearance of the omnipresent universal evil - Jobu Tupaki - the phrase "the more delusional, the better" that was uttered at the beginning of the film comes into play. But then the confrontation of good and evil is limited to uncomplicated family twists and turns. The vivid absurdity gradually fades, the overload of jokes tires you out, and feisty emotions give way to heavy-handed ideas and long dialogues. Fortunately, one of the universe's versions of "Ratatouille" won't get bored.

The third chapter "at once" will end with an attempt to stop the endless cycle of resentment and misunderstanding, breaking patterns and establishing new orders.

At the end there is a feeling that the picture fully justifies its name. It speaks about everything and at once. Dynamic action comedy intertwines with highly moral ideas, family values, and the importance of self-acceptance. The superhero is no longer a teenager, and children are no longer defenseless. The triumph of absurdity is forced to give way to morality to make the final statement seem simple and sincere.

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movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1, 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1, 1.85:1

Audio
English: Dolby TrueHD with Dolby Atmos 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0

Subtitles
English SDH, Spanish, Mandarin (Traditional).

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