Talented cast (especially Duong Tu Quynh) and heartfelt story about a family.
Everything, Everywhere, All at Once, also known by its abbreviation EEAAO, was a commercial success, and it received a “rain” of praise from film critics, so it was considered a dark horse for the Oscars this year. “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, which was an independent effort with a budget of approximately $25 million and beat out many well-known competitors to lead in the number of Oscar nominations, went on to win seven awards, including the award for Best Picture.
The content has been praised for both its inventiveness and its humanity, leading reviewers to conclude that Everything, Everywhere, All at Once triumphs decisively.
The director duo Daniels (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert) of Justification for “Everything Everywhere All at Once” ‘s Oscar success create an unusual film with creativity beyond the boundaries of the familiar. Responding to IndieWire, editor Paul Rogers said that the two directors came to him and said they wanted to do a project with the spirit of “breaking all the rules”. With the theme of the multiverse, the film takes the audience to fantasy worlds where people have sausage-shaped fingers, sex toys replace weapons to fight or a planet is rescued by a hug. Dazed magazine likened the film to the “crazy” version of The Matrix – a monument to the science fiction genre.
However, beyond the theme of the multiverse – which can challenge viewers’ patience, Everything Everywhere All At Once scored with a story rich in humanity, touching viewers’ emotions. The scenario revolves around conflicts in Asian immigrant families, the breakdown in the relationship between husband and wife, mother and child. Many episodes are metaphorical, conveying valuable lessons. Some segments evoke the meaning of existence, the desire to live to the fullest. The dialogue is focused, both entertaining and powerful enough for a story about deep love and human life.
On the forums, many viewers shared the moment when the male and female lead honor the “In the mood for Love” segment of Luong Trieu Vy and Truong Man Ngoc. The line performed by Ke Huy Quan’s character was emotional: “Even if you break my heart again, I just want to say. In another life, I still want to wash clothes and make crafts. tax with you”.
2. “Natural time,” “Favorable terrain,” and “Human harmony” all played a role in the work’s of Asian’s artists descent
It is speculated that the Academy’s recent shift in attitude helped the picture achieve its historic win. According to Vulture, the Academy intentionally varied the ethnicity of its members. These new members have younger, bolder faces. Among the more than 10,000 persons who have the right to vote, 20% are representatives of nations other than the United States. Oscar 2023 is also the first award under the reign of Janet Yang – the only person of Asian heritage to hold the presidency of the Academy, elected in August 2022. The focus of this year’s event is lobbying for immigrants’ rights.
The crew behind Everything Everywhere All At Once is said to have an efficient method of communication, which The Guardian believes demonstrates unequivocally that the movie lives up to the requirements set down by the Oscar organizers. The number of viewers and the prestige of the Oscars have both decreased in recent years, and this trend has been exacerbated by the effects of Covid-19 and the commotion caused by Will Smith punching people on stage at the most recent ceremony. As a result, the organizers have stated that they have high hopes that the awards ceremony for this year will be contemporary, appropriate for younger viewers, while yet maintaining its professional character.
After taking home a majority of the major film prizes, including the DGA, PGA, SAG, and WGA, the work was considered to be a strong contender for the Oscars. Throughout the team’s Oscar campaign, the team emphasized the concept that the movie was both professionally relevant and approachable to the general public. It was noted that Everything Everywhere All At Once had the most innovative concepts and a unique way of expressing its tale compared to the other contenders. When the two commercially successful films Avatar 2 and Top Gun: Maverick are removed from the equation, A24’s project grossed more than twice as much in North America as all of the other pictures combined.
The evaluations of both critics and spectators provide evidence of the high level of the competence. On Letterboxd – a prominent cinema community with more than four million users, Everything Everywhere All At Once is the highest-scored work of 2022. The participation “Everything Everywhere All at Once” in significant categories of Oscar’s filmmaking techniques such as Directing, Drama. version, Editing, boosting the standing of the work.