McNeill Mullikin’s review published on Letterboxd:
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When a movie becomes Letterboxd’s number 1 of all time and everybody acts like it is the greatest thing on the planet since sliced bread, I think it is fair to expect something great. I honestly was not expecting Everything Everywhere All At Once to be my favorite movie of the year, but I at least thought I would like it. However, I really did not enjoy this film. The concept and the stunt choreography are great, but the execution of the story just does not mesh with my taste whatsoever. The absurd humor is extremely distracting and overbearing, and it prevented me from caring about anything that took place. The style is annoying, and it increasingly becomes more haywire with each minute. There are a few dramatic moments that work well, but they are few and far between. I understand why people are in love with Everything Everywhere All At Once, as the humor and story obviously land for most, but I would be lying if I said I had the same experience.