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Here's Where You Can Watch Everything Everywhere All At Once Online

"Everything Everywhere All At Once" debuted in theaters on March 11, 2022, and quickly went on to become one of the most critically acclaimed movies of the years–currently 95% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes among the professional movie-watchers. (Our own reviewer loved it, too). If you missed out on the movie during its theatrical run, or if you don't live in one of the few places where it's still playing in theaters, now's your chance to watch it online.

"Everything Everywhere All At Once" star Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn, a Chinese immigrant to the United States who owns a laundromat with her husband Waymond (Ke Hu Quan) and her daughter Joy (Stephanie Hsu). The story begins when an IRS auditor (Jamie-Lee Curtis) threatens a massive audit of their business. That's when Evelyn discovers an ability to jump between multiple universes. What starts as a family drama about the immigrant experience quickly becomes a science fiction mind-bender, with notes of martial arts action films and plenty of laughs along the way.

Even if you did catch "Everything Everywhere All At Once" in theaters, it's a film that's very much worth a second or third repeat viewing. Here's where you can catch it on the web.

You can currently purchase Everything Everywhere All At Once on several streaming platforms

Right now, "Everything Everywhere All At Once" is available for purchase on Amazon, Apple's iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu. Each site offers it for $19.99 in 4K definition. One extra treat: the Apple version comes with eight additional minutes of bloopers (via Variety).

At present, these four sites only offer the film for sale, not for rental. "Everything Everywhere All At Once" won't be available to rent until July 5, per Vudu's video rental listing. If you prefer the Blu-Ray experience, "Everything Everywhere All At Once" will be available on July 5 as well.

So far, there's no word on when a streaming platform might acquire the rights to the film to stream it for its subscribers. Any way you slice it, you'll have to pay a little more than what you're already paying for your subscription to watch it.