Everything Everywhere All at Once

Movie • 2022 • Sci-Fi  Report
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keysmashing
There is one fight scene where a character uses her dog as a weapon. It's clearly a prop being swung and kicked around, but there are still barks, growls, and yelps for the duration, so it could be hard to watch/listen to for some viewers. To be fair, it's unclear whether the dog dies from this, as I don't believe it appears again.
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Lord
Meant to be comedic but a small dog is used as a weapon and is forcefully kicked through the air, it’s clear a prop dog is used in place of a real dog
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Does a pet die?
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samerisms
a lady uses her dog as a weapon, but imo its a bit iffy
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E1240
One of the characters inhales a bug with her nose to gain powers. Played for comedy.
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DK6407
One scene (played for comedic effect) prominently shows a dead monkey.
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Does an animal die?
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fawn777
one scene shows a monkey beating another monkey to death
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Does a cat die?
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atiredbee
well, in the literal sense no, not that i can remember, but due to multiverse shenanigans there are many scenes where characters are left in the dark about whats really happening or mislead because of it. so literally not at all, just more like "my husband absolutely would not believe me if i told him his alternate dimension self just pulled me into another dimension and then died so i think ill just. lie about whats up with me" if that messes with anyone.
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FatalDeviation
The main character is followed through universes.
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Sid
Alpha Waymond slaps Evelyn because she is being hysterical
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DK6407
There is one quick flash of a child screaming in pain and verbal description of an abusive mother-daughter relationship.
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TheGoodSandy
A woman vapes.
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Handcuffs are used to restraint when the women are arrested
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fia99
in the universe where everyone has sausage fingers, a character tries to put their fingers in another character's mouth (which is established to be a mating ritual in this universe), and the other character reacts with disgust
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keysmashing
A character has to give himself paper cuts between his fingers in order to use a certain ability. This only happens one time, and while it's not particularly graphic, there is a moment after the last one where you can see blood droplets at the corner of the screen, as if it has splattered onto the camera. Could still be upsetting for some viewers.
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ajmiller03
Several people are punched repeatedly in the mouth but no teeth shown
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dzuk
There's a scene where people are cartoonishly fighting to put butt plugs up their butts but there's no explicit or implied mutilation or trauma involved.
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Catcat_rising
As mentioned in another section there is a universe where people have sausages for fingers and although we dont see the characters eating each other's fingers, they playfully put them in each other's mouths and mustard and ketchup appear
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keysmashing
In addition to the character who gives himself paper cuts between his fingers, there are also recurring scenes of a universe that a character creates by accident where humans have hot dogs for fingers. It's mostly comedic, and not necessarily mutilation, but the visual and sound design of the fingers moving could still be disturbing for some viewers.
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keysmashing
Not squashed, per se, but there is a scene when the antagonist appears to blow up a character's brain inside their head, and it cuts to the character dead with blood on their face. The act is shown through a somewhat ambiguous animation, but it could still be a bit graphic for some viewers.
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adeliajbrown
There’s also a moment where the protagonist rubs hand sanitizer in her eyes
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fawn777
there is a scene or two involving BDSM and kink equipment, but the guy clearly seems to enjoy it so it shouldnt be too upsetting. a girl also gets mental experiments done on her in a brief scene but she clearly looks in pain for a few seconds
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MeepMeep
there is a scene with gas so I was worried but no one has breathing struggles in the scene
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JohnCena
Some action and minor blood, but there is never any violent gore. Most of the action is comedic.
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keysmashing
Early on in the film a character's neck is snapped to kill him. It's relatively easy to predict when it happens, so viewers have a chance to avoid seeing if it's distressing to them.
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FatalDeviation
It's not graphic but implied that someone throws herself from a cliff as a non-human but personified being.
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AlephSharp
Someone gets martial arts kicked down the stairs
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Does a kid die?
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pizzaandbeer
Mothers and fathers and a grand parent die many times, in different ways.
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atiredbee
kinda but also kinda not. characters get "possessed" by their selves from alternative universes, as this is how universe jumping is achieved. this does really disorient+disturb the characters who get taken over at points.
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Benrybenry
There is an outfit that resembles a gothic clown, complete with frills and hearts on the cheeks
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atiredbee
loud sudden noises, yes absolutely a lot. but not meant to be "boo!!" jumpscares, the movie just gets Loud sometimes, if that changes anything
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FatalDeviation
Yes, people repeatedly spit things out (e.g. gum)
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adeliajbrown
A character has to wet themselves for a purpose . It happens once, and the person they’re fighting notices and remarks on it
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Y0kale
NOT SAFE! there are a bunch of times where someone gags, but these are the only times it actually happens - at 14 minutes, during the life rewind part, when evelyn calls her father, she sits down and puts her hand on her mouth, it then cuts to a quick scene of her vomiting, its shown from behind her and you dont see it too much, you definitely hear it. at 1 hour and 24 minutes, evelyn and waymond are talking and jobu tupaki arrives, evelyn gets ready to fight and tupaki says "you still cant see whats happening", evelyn then sees more universes, vomits, and collapses, you see it clearly.
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keysmashing
Many of the fight scenes have exaggerated audio when characters are injured or killed.
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DK6407
Cops and security guards are frequent enemies/opponents, and one scene depicts the protagonist as a prisoner fighting back against the antagonist as a prison guard.
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FatalDeviation
Someone is strapped to a chair and shocked.
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flowl
There is a scene where in another universe a character's eyes are being operated on as she stabbed them. another scene where in an experimental facility a child is being monitored while she performs implied excruciating tasks that eventually results in the child becoming the antagonist
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hjchjchjc
alpha Wayman gives himself several papercuts in order to travel to another dimension
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samerisms
not directly, but (spoilers) the main villian does talk about wanting to end herself by entering the bagel
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Cassiman
This is not a troll answer but a genuine answer. Joy is shown to be depressed and suicidal, and there is a version of her that is ver violent
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LoganC
Evelyn comments on her daughter's weight a couple times in the movie, something her daughter takes to heart.
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Benrybenry
No, but Evelyn comments on her daughter’s weight in a negative way
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LoganC
Theres scenes that take place in more closed spaces (Alleyways, Closets) but nothing too closed in
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FatalDeviation
Plenty of loud eating and mouth sounds which were very off-putting.
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DK6407
There is a plot point/major story element that can be construed as a metaphor for suicide, but (spoilers!) it fails at the very end.
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Inkheart
A character does attempt in a sense, but does not go through with it
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Jadespade
In Evelyn's flashback of her entire life, we hear the sound of her crying as a baby when she is born. We do not see her crying, however.
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hjchjchjc
At an hour and a half in, there's a scene (starting when Evelyn holds a baseball bat) that's nearly a minute of flashing shots of Michelle Yeoh, who also screams for the last few seconds of that sequence. It's startling and could prove overwhelming, especially in IMAX.
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Jadespade
In the Kung Fu universe, Evelyn stars in the movie itself, and we see her watching it in a movie theater.
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Jadespade
We briefly see Evelyn when she's pregnant and Evelyn holding Joy as a baby.
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atiredbee
yes, mostly in "blink and youll miss it" scenes. nothing is shown super explicitly, like in one scene you only see the mother's screaming face, and in the other you only see through the babies eyes as the father is given the baby.
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TheGoodSandy
Kind of. A character is misgendered but it’s a quirk of Chinese-English translation. It is quickly fixed.
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DK6407
A male character is swapped into a salsa dress, but this is played off as absurdist humor rather than misogyny.
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hjchjchjc
Evelyn makes several comments to Joy and Becky about their weight, but it's more to highlight the lack of understanding than to use weight as a punchline.
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LoganC
Evelyn calls Jenny Slate's character "Big Nose", something she's credited as in the movie.
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adeliajbrown
No but there is homophobia. The protagonist does not want to admit her daughter is gay
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keysmashing
No actual slurs or insults are used, but there are multiple instances of a character expressing disapproval that her daughter is dating another girl. She eventually learns to accept it, however, and introduces her daughter's girlfriend to a relative with pride.
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pizzaandbeer
There are multiples of characters, and they also are LGBTQ, and die. There are toughs, in fights who die, and/or get very injured in the fights.
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DK6407
Numerous scenes depict BDSM or sexual items for humorous purposes.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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cherrylimemaid
Physical illness no, mental illness yes
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DK6407
(Spoilers!) There is a fake-out sad ending around the middle.
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samerisms
some aus of evelyn have her almost being hitten by a car, however its cut off directly before she’s actually hit OR she manages to quickly dodge the car. theres also a scene where the vehicle alpha!waymond is in crashes
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Jadespade
We do see a character get shot to death.
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Sid
Lots of body horror though
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