“Everything Everywhere All At Once” follows a hit from 2000

Everything everywhere at once is one of them movies full of surprises at every turn. The film stars Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn, a laundromat owner who must face the challenge of saving the multiverse. Fans of director Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert — aka “Daniels” — should know that after 2016, they can expect the unexpected Swiss army man. But probably few expected Everything everywhere at once to present a hit from the year 2000.

Michelle Yeoh wears glasses and smiles on the red carpet

Michelle Yeoh | rich anger

“Everything Everywhere All At Once” contains a hit

During a point early in Everything everywhere at once, one character explains to another how they can sense that something is wrong. “Your clothes never wear so well the next day. And your hair never falls the same way,” he tells her. And moviegoers who know their chart-topping hits of the 2000s might recognize those words.

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Dais Johnston

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