This week on End Credits, we recognize that this is only one version of the show. In the unlimited spectrum of the multiverse, we may have reviewed Everything Everywhere All at Once already, or we may not have reviewed it at all. But we did review it this week, and along with that, we will take a look at other movies dealing with multiple realities.
This Wednesday, June 29, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Candice Lepage will discuss:
Altered Slates. There are an infinite number of alternative universes out there, each one created by slight variations from this reality; whenever you zigged instead of zagged, you zagged in at least one other universe. That’s the multiverse in a nutshell, which is one kind of alternative reality, and that’s what we’re talking about this week. From time travel, to virtual reality, to the butterfly effect, we will talk about some movies with a different level of what’s real (or not).
REVIEW: Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022). There’s been a lot of talk about the multiverse lately courtesy of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it was always going to be up to the guys who made Swiss Army Man to take the narrative to its illogical conclusion. Michelle Yoeh plays all possible versions of herself in a technobabble-filled sci-fi action movie that’s the candy coated shell for a deeply emotional comedy-drama about one immigrant family’s struggles in modern day America. Do you dare to press play on something this audacious?
End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 3 pm.