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Everything Everywhere All at Once is bringing hot dog fingers and Racacoonie to Netflix this month

The multiple Oscar-winning film is instantly worth a watch if you've missed it.

Hot dog fingers in Everything Everywhere All at Once
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If you haven’t seen Everything Everywhere All at Once, you’re quickly running out of excuses to miss out on it. The film won a host of trophies at the 2023 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Acting awards for Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, and Jaime Lee Curtis. Now, the action comedy that brought us our new favorite head-based chef is going to be even easier to see now that Everything Everywhere All at Once is coming to Netflix this month.

It is hard to overstate how wonderful Everything Everywhere All at Once is, which is why it is so exciting that it will be available on Netflix starting February 23, 2024. It is one of the best explorations of a multiverse setting out there. In the limitless possibilities of the multiverse, of course there are realities where people have evolved hot dog fingers and the main characters exist as helpless piñatas. The movie’s balance between wacky inter-dimensional hijinks and touching stories of generational conflict gave us some of the most memorable moments in recent cinema history.

Michelle Yeoh leads a remarkable cast in Everything Everywhere All at Once, which follows Evelyn as she tries to do her taxes while also planning a New Year’s at her laundromat and dealing with the impending collapse of the multiverse at the hands of a villain trying to create a bagel with “everything” on it. With high-energy fights and deeply emotional moments between the cast, it will immediately be one of the best things you can watch on Netflix when it joins the streaming service on February 23.


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