Updated: Apr 29, 2022
Everything Everywhere All at Once, written and directed by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert is a movie uses consciousness as link to the multiverse rather than physically pulling the the characters from other universes into one like in Spider-Man: No Way Home. It re-enforces the idea that any decision you make creates 2 separate timelines; one where you made the decision and one where you didn't, both of which lead to learning skills the other may not know. It is up to Evelyn Wang, played by Michelle Yeoh, to tap into any and all of her multiverse selves to gain the skills required to stop Jobu Tupaki from destroying all of the universes.
I have to say though I found this movie to seem interesting from the trailer, it wasn't my first choice to see on opening night, HOWEVER, that was a big mistake. This was a movie that over delivered. The trailer gave a good idea of the premise but it becomes way more than just connecting with yourself from another universe.