From one galaxy far, far away to all galaxies in all times, Imo and James finish up this season by reviewing the unrelentingly action-packed and quirky new film from Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert: Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022), starring Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, James Hong and Jamie Lee Curtis. 
What version of the multiverse are our critics in? The one that decides the Daniels’ new film is a cinematic triumph that has the magnificent Michelle Yeoh kicking-ass and capturing hearts in her own multiverse of madness? Or is it another where they think the film crumbles in on itself to be about nothing, nonsense and is all over the place? Or is it both? Or is it neither?  
Adjust your headsets and click play to find out which! 

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