Published On: Tue, Mar 14th, 2023

“The two Daniels” were the undisputed winners of the Oscars on Sunday night

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“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is a 2022 science fiction action film directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. The film stars Michelle Yeoh as a retired Chinese-American woman named Dolores who discovers that she has the ability to access parallel universes.

The plot follows Dolores as she teams up with her daughter (played by Stephanie Hsu) and a group of multiverse versions of herself in order to stop an inter-dimensional threat that could destroy all of reality.

The film features elements of comedy, drama, and action, and has been praised for its imaginative storyline, visual effects, and performances. It has been described as a unique and ambitious film that explores complex themes such as identity, family, and the nature of reality.

Everything Everywhere All at Once” has received critical acclaim and has been recognized with numerous awards and nominations. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2022 and was released theatrically later that year.

It was a very good night for Kwan and Scheinert’s film, but it had two serious rivals in “All Quiet on the Front Lines” and “Spirits of the Island,” which had nine nominations each.

The gala was, however, all about this film that takes place in a multiverse and has had both laudatory and negative reviews.

Everything Everywhere at Once” got the ceremony off on the right foot by winning the Oscars for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor, and then followed that up with the other awards in the major categories.

THE OSCARS® – The 95th Oscars® will air live from the Dolby® Theatre at Ovation Hollywood on ABC and broadcast outlets worldwide on Sunday, March 12, 2023, at 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT. (ABC) DANIEL KWAN & DANIEL SCHEINERT

“This eccentric sci-fi comedy-drama is not the obvious Oscars darling, but it swept the board at many other awards ceremonies this year and was expected to repeat its success tonight,” says BBC entertainment journalist Emma Saunders.

“Women, don’t let anyone ever tell you that she’s past her prime,” said Michelle Yeoh, 60, on receiving her Oscar.

Lead actress Michelle Yeoh appeared emotional on stage as she became the first Asian woman to win the statuette.

“For all the little boys and girls who look like me who are watching tonight, this is a beacon of hope and possibility,” she said.

“And, women, don’t let anyone ever tell you that you’re past your prime,” said Yeoh, 60.

“This is history in the making.”

San Miguel Times



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