Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness isn't the only multiversal extravaganza on offer in Cineworld. This week sees the release of the dazzling, dizzying and inventive indie fantasy-actioner Everything Everywhere All At Once, which is set to be another breakout hit for stalwart studio A24 (The Witch; Hereditary).
Shang-Chi and Crouching Tiger star Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American woman who must unite her alternate selves from across the multiverse to prevent the destruction of the entire universe. With its enjoyably surrealistic tone and star cameos from cult actors Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis, the movie is stuffed with audience-pleasing potential.
Critics have lauded the energetic vision of directorial collective Daniels with Empire Magazine giving Everything Everywhere All At Once a five-star review. Empire gushes: "Once it starts, it rarely stops — an all-out cinematic assault, a cacophony of creativity that dazzles, delights, and defies explanation with every passing second. Leaving you breathless is its entire MO."
The movie recently screened in an IMAX preview for Cineworld audiences and we wanted to get their verdict on this relentless endorphin rush of a movie. Scroll down to see a curated list of their reactions, which should be more than enough to get you primed for the movie's release this Friday.
It was brilliant, bizarre, weird and chaotic. Michelle Yeoh is fantastic as the lead. Some fantastic visuals to go along with it as well. 10/10!— nathan! 🎭 (@natjdoc) May 5, 2022
Incredible movie blending so many genres and succeeding with all of them. It’s a classic that will just grow in the coming years.— sparky (@Sharmski) May 5, 2022
Absolutely mental. Rude, crude, violent, hugely inventive and funny as hell. Michelle Yeoh is superb as always, Jamie Lee Curtis is having a great time but Ke Huy Quan is the MVP. If you like a bit of weirdness you should love this.— Robin Pendrigh (@RobinPendrigh) May 5, 2022
Give this the widest release possible when it’s out. A genuine instant classic with so many layers. Uses the multiverse as a metaphor for reaching into your untapped potential.— James Scott (@JamesRobertScot) May 5, 2022
Unhinged and amazing— David Thomas (@davidthomas143) May 5, 2022
Don't forget that Everything Everywhere All At Once previews on May 10th during our Cineworld Unlimited screening before its wide release on May 13th.
If you managed to catch the movie during our IMAX preview, tweet us your reactions @Cineworld.