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Most Oscar-awarded movie in 15 years is finally coming to Netflix

Most Oscar-awarded movie in 15 years is finally coming to Netflix

The mind-bending multiverse movie is coming

Good news everyone, one of the best films released for years is coming to Netflix pretty soon.

That means you can stick on an Academy Award winning spectacle as background noise while you stare at your phone and scroll through TikTok.

The film ended up being the most decorated movie at the Oscars since Slumdog Millionaire in 2008, a testament to just how much it blew everyone away when it released

Watch the movie and understand what this moment is all about, it's worth it.

I'm sure you remember Everything Everywhere All At Once, the 2022 movie starring Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan as Evelyn and Waymond Wang, a couple who spend their life doing laundry and taxes.

Only that's not all they are, as Evelyn learns there are parallel universes she can traverse, plunging her life into chaos and showing her some of the other paths her life could have taken.

It's really quite a difficult film to sum up, so we'll just say that if it's one of those which passed you by on first release it's definitely well worth watching.

Netflix provided some good news on that front as they posted on social media that Everything Everywhere All At Once would be on their platform from 23 February onwards.

Naturally this was met by huge celebration, as the movie is genuinely excellent and nobody wants to have too much bother trying to track down a film so they can watch it.

On top of critical and commercial success, Everything Everywhere All At Once also cleaned up at the Oscars.

The film won Best Picture, Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert picked up Best Director for helming the picture, Michelle Yeoh won Best Actress, Ke Huy Quan scored the Best Supporting Actor role and Jamie Lee Curtis won Best Supporting Actress, while Stephanie Hsu was also nominated in that category.

It also picked up Best Original Screenplay and Best Film Editing, though it missed out on Best Original Score, Best Original Song and Best Costume Design.

But which films are the most awarded in Oscars history?

There are three movies tied for top spot, though obviously The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is actually the best of the bunch.

The epic fantasy movie won 11 Oscars and even more impressively won in every single category in which it was nominated.

Also managing to score 11 Academy Awards are Titanic and Ben-Hur, while West Side Story walked away with 10 on the night in 1961.

Featured Image Credit: A24

Topics: TV and Film, Oscars, Netflix