Honest Trailers | Everything Everywhere All At Once

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Honest Trailers | Everything Everywhere All At Once
Voice Narration: Jon Bailey aka Epic Voice Guy
Title Design: Robert Holtby
Written by: Spencer Gilbert, Danielle Radford, Lon Harris
Produced by: Spencer Gilbert
Edited by: Kevin Williamsen
Post-Production Manager: Emin Bassavand
Post-Production Coordinator: Mikołaj Kossakowski
Assistant Editor: Rebecca Castaneda
Director of Video Production: Max Dionne

Komentáře: 1 903

  • I'll never get over my mom's ultimate mom reaction to this movie: "I didn't understand any of it, but it had that sweet scene with the rocks."

  • Yes, I have no doubt that this was a "she's been due" win for Curtis. Hopefully in a few decades the Academy can snub some other amazing performance to make it up to Stephanie Hsu.

  • Thank you for giving Stephanie Hsu her flowers in this video. JLC did very good work in the movie, but she didn't hold a candle to the brilliant and complex performance that Hsu turned in. Fingers crossed she's nominated again soon!

  • I love this movie. Stephanie Hsu should have won the Oscar. Her performance is just amazing. "Sucked into a baaaagel" - delivered with vulnerability and sincerity.

  • "In another life, I would really have liked seeing an EEAAO Honest Trailer with you." Yes, this is instantly my favourite comment.

  • Thank you so much for mentioning Stephanie's AMAZING performance. Stephanie was in more of the movie and really played such a complex role so well and effortless. Like that audition tape!?!? Phenomenal

  • Still can't believe we had a movie with the phrase "Multiverse of Madness" in the title the past year and this one was more apt for that name.

  • Ke Huy Quan and Michelle Yeoh deserved their respective Oscars so much.

  • The movie that won Every Oscar for Every Nomination All At Once

  • im so glad this movie got recognized. when it first came out, i was there opening week and the theater was EMPTY. i was worried this movie would just fade and eventually become a cult classic. this movie is worth every award!

  • I've been a big fan of Michelle Yeoh since her Supercop days. She totally killed it not just with her kung-fu, but also with some of the best mother-daughter dialogue ever written. And I was so happy to see EEAAO win all of the Oscars.

  • Racacoonie one of the best running gags I've seen in a while

  • I was just too invested in these characters by the beginning of the second act. By the end, I took a few minutes to enjoy how satisfying that story and conclusion was. Truly a masterpiece.

  • So glad this movie is getting recognition. I think it's weird that Stephanie Hsu didn't win best supporting actress though.

  • Yes. Jamie Lee received a lifetime achievement award for this movie. but 1. She was pretty great in it. and 2. life time “we’re sorry we never appreciated you” awards are an Oscars tradition.

  • “Shut up, rocks!”

  • The "shut up, rocks!" moment had me nearly spit water out of my nose

  • Fun fact from the directors’ commentary: the smile by Hsu at

  • That laundry and taxes line is the most romantic thing I've ever heard.

  • You know who got snubbed at the Oscars, the stuntmen and women. C'mon Academy Awards, Stunts deserves it's own category!