Everything everywhere all at once was one of the most talked about movies of 2022 and if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s now available to watch at home so you can see what it’s all about.

The wildly inventive film is technically about Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh), an exhausted Chinese-American laundromat owner who just needs to finish her taxes. But it’s really so much more than that, because the multiverse gives Evelyn another thing to worry about.

It’s the kind of movie you have to see to believe and it’s what you can do now as Everything everywhere all at once is available for home rental in the UK from Prime Video, iTunes, Microsoft Store and other digital retailers.

You’ll have 30 days to start watching and 48 hours to finish watching once you start, which should also give you plenty of time for a few rewatches, which you’ll definitely want.

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Watch everything everywhere at once on Prime Video

If you are in the United States, you can buy Everything everywhere all at once for $19.99 from Prime Video, iTunes, Vudu and other digital retailers. You can also pre-order it on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD ahead of its July 5 release.

Unfortunately, no pre-orders are currently available for the film’s physical release in the UK.

In addition to being a critical hit, Everything everywhere all at once became distributor A24’s biggest box office success with over $80 million worldwide so far, including $61.5 million from the United States alone.

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The film’s digital release comes with a notable change from the theatrical release, although the Daniels have confirmed this. digital spy that Jenny Slate’s character, referred to only as “Big Nose” in the credits, will get a real name.

“We’re not proud of that name,” they explained. “At first it felt like it was a shortcut because – out of laziness. That’s what she was called in the movie, let’s call her that. But now we can see at how dehumanizing it is.

“We don’t lose sight of the irony that a film in which we explore the fact that when things get too complicated and too messy, you miss and hurt yourself.”

Everything everywhere all at once is available to rent now in the UK from Prime Video, iTunes, Microsoft Store and other digital retailers.

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