With the concept of multiverse being so heavily fleshed out in the MCU and Sony's Spiderman, it was only right that the indie market take a stab at it too. "Everything Everywhere" is as bizarre as it sounds. Explaining this synapsis is a struggle but let me try. Evelyn Wang is a struggling laundromat owner dealing with a tax audit. Her life is falling apart piece by piece. The story begins on a super stressful day, where she's trying to make a very important audit meeting as well as throw a party for her disapproving father who is visiting from overseas. It's on this crazy day that she finds out - she's not the only Evelyn. There's a countless amount of Evelyn's all living out different versions of her life based on past decisions. Each decision creates another universe. It turns out our Evelyn is living the worst possible life she could. This depressing fact is why she's the main character. Since she's never lived up to any of her potential she has the ability to transfer over skills that other Evelyn's have developed. She can become an action movie star, a chef, or an Evelyn with hotdogs as fingers. What? Exactly. The writers had a blast piecing together this wacky 3 act film, while silly at it's heart it manages to be emotionally overwhelming. It made me cry on several occasions, laugh uncontrollably at others, and all around entertained the hell out of me. Please go see this movie!