Where does Everything Everywhere All At Once land on the Banana Meter?

Hello and welcome to another weekend of the Banana Meter! For those not aware of how this works, let me explain it to you. First, our critics check out a film. Then, they rate it on our scale of 0-100%, we gather the percentage from all of your critics and that’s how we get our rating on the Banana Meter.

What is the Banana Meter scale, you ask? 

When a film hits above 85% or higher from our critics, it means it hit Bonafide Bananas status.
When a film hits between 55-84% or higher from our critics, it means it hit Ripe status.
When the film hits under 55%, it means it hit Sour Status.

Our next film to hit the Banana Meter is Everything Everywhere All At Once

Here is what our Ripe Banana Critics are saying about the film:

James Y. Lee

Banana Meter Rating: 100%

An unadulterated, kickass, once-in-a-generation experience of a film that’s as revolutionary as the first ‘Matrix’ during its 1999 release — except ‘Everything Everywhere’ is somehow even more imaginative, heartfelt, in tune with the Asian diaspora’s experiences, and unabashedly embracing of optimistic nihilism. Don’t take for granted that we live in the universe where this genuinely perfect film exists.

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Larry Chillson Jr.

Banana Meter Rating: 98%

The Daniels have constructed a film that lives up to the lofty title, delivering everything I look for in film. The script is innovative and daring, the visuals ae stunning, the fight choreography is top tier; all laid on top of a human story that hit straight to my core. Not to be outdone, our entire cast deliver stellar performances led by the incomparable Michelle Yeoh. A film that will stick with me for some time to come.

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Adriano Caporusso

Banana Meter Rating: 100%

I don’t throw this word out there a lot, but Everything Everywhere All At Once is a masterpiece. One of the most creative and hilarious movies I’ve ever seen, and one that makes me outright sob.

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Ben Wiebe

Banana Meter Rating: 95%

There is no other film quite like Everything Everywhere All At Once. It’s a blend of a million genres, that stays visually unique and Emotionally stunning at every step of the way.

Ruth Maramis

Banana Meter Rating: 75%

I was more enamored by Michelle Yeoh than the movie itself, but I applaud the originality of the Daniels’ vision and filmmaking style. It’s rare these days to see something that’s unlike anything you’ve seen before, and that alone is quite a feat.

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Tina Kakadelis

Banana Meter Rating: 100%

Everything Everywhere All At Once is a brawl through time and space that is meant to prove the tenacity of a mother’s love.

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Alejandro D Orengo Colon

Banana Meter Rating: 100%

Depressing, existential, powerful and uplifting are just a few ways to describe the sophomore feature by the Daniels. This is the turning point of what American cinema can evolve towards. It’s an exhilarating joy ride from beginning to end.

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Cassie Hager

Banana Meter Rating: 90%

A charming, funny and thought-provoking journey through the multiverse. Everything Everywhere All At Once is one of those films that will have you rushing home to call a loved one after you’ve seen it.

MN Miller

Banana Meter Rating: 100%

Everything Everywhere All at Once is a collective burst of creative energy. Funny and exhilarating, it’s the first great film of 2022.

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Matt & Ashley

Banana Meter Rating: 95%

We loved this genre-bending, multi-universe, action/comedy/drama. It’s quirky, with a heart and soul that left us nearly in tears.

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Sean Blanford

Banana Meter Rating: 90%

If you are the kind of person who clamors for original ideas in film and you don’t see Everything Everywhere All at Once, then I’m not sure what you’re looking for.

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Trevor Matteson

Banana Meter Rating: 100%

Daniels ability to balance comedy and heartfelt moments shines through in Everything Everywhere All At Once. They have created a film that overflows with love, joy, laughter, and tears that will not soon be forgotten.

Zach Smith

Banana Meter Rating: 94%

Everything Everywhere All at Once is a profoundly mind blowing spectacle. It’s a transcendental movie that makes you feel every possible emotion there is by reaching deep into your soul, playing with those vulnerable little heartstrings within every theoretical version of your multiversal selves. It’s beautiful.

Ryan Arnold

Banana Meter Rating: 95%

Believe the hype. Everything Everywhere All At Once is that good: I am flabbergasted, amazed, thrilled, and over the moon with this picture. The Daniels have delivered an extraordinary work of art. A combination of genres and emotions bursting through the screen. Actors Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, and Stephanie Hsu are marvelous throughout. We are thrown into this multiverse of wonder, and I didn’t want to leave. Everything Everywhere is the very definition of a masterpiece.

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Jonathan Widdup

Banana Meter Rating: 88%

Everything Everywhere all at once was a experience, I definitely need to give it another watch. But this is the DEFINITIVE multiverse film, it’s everything you want to see out of this multiverse concept. It delivers on the emotion. And the action is top tier. Loved it!

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Anna Harrison

Banana Meter Rating: 95%

Any movie that combines Wong Kar-Wai homages with science fiction already has my favor, but Everything Everywhere All At Once is so much more–it’s one of the most bizarre movies I’ve seen (though perhaps a bit more normal so than the Daniels’ other movie) and yet I was in tears for the last half hour, helped by spectacular performances across the board, but especially from Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan. To attempt a movie like this and then to succeed is no less than a Herculean effort, and it’s hard to imagine we will see its like again.

Josh Lempert

Banana Meter Rating: 100%

If there’s one thing I know about the Daniels, it’s that they’re going to serve up a great blend of comedy and rich emotion wrapped up in a totally unique and imaginative package. It may not all click at once, but when it does, it’s glorious. With their latest film, this is all taken to unfathomable heights

Nick Lapolla

Banana Meter Rating: 100%

Everything Everywhere All at Once is a decade all timer and one of the most original movies I’ve ever seen, a film full of heart, passion, love and creativity. Michele Yeoh is Oscar Worthy and the film is Masterclass in every sense of the word.

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Benjamin Miller

Banana Meter Rating: 92%

Wholly original and wacky, the film will only improve on repeat viewings. Michelle Yeoh finally gets the starring role she deserves while Ke Huy Quan gets the comeback role to remember.

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Nick van Dinther

Banana Meter Rating: 100%

There are notes of The Matrix and Into the Spider-Verse, but the duo has created something that genuinely stands on its own. A true masterpiece.

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