‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Sweeps The Oscars

If you watched the Academy Awards, you are well aware of the movie ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once‘.

“It’s Messy, and Glorious,” says New York Times publisher, A.O Scott.

This movie has been praised since it first premiered at the South by South West film festival in March of 2022. The movie was nominated in 11 different categories for the Oscars, which is almost half of all categories that the Academy presents. Out of those 11, they won seven. The cast and crew winning 1/4th of all Oscar categories is not all they accomplished. They also made history, by having the first Asian woman to win best actress (Michelle Yeoh) and the first duo of directors who are not related win best directing (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert).

Not only was this film awarded Best Picture, but what made everyone love this film and the cast even more was the acceptance speeches given by the award winners. Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis were among those who were highly praised for their speech as well as their performance in the movie.