Home Movies The Bagels? Hot Dog Fingers? “Everything Everywhere” Keeps Getting Snubbed by Visual...

Something is going wrong with “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” The film by Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan relies heavily on visual effects. Indeed, that’s the main crux of the movie, it’s like a kaleidoscope of images from psychedelic bagels to hot dog fingers. Even when you can’t follow the plot, you stay for the pictures.

But the Visual Effects Society gave it no nominations yesterday. And earlier, the film did not make the The Academy short list for visual effects. Maybe a visual effects expert in Hollywood can email me and tell me why at showbiz411@gmail.com. I don’t get it.

OUTSTANDING VISUAL EFFECTS IN A PHOTOREAL FEATURE

Avatar: The Way of Water
Richard Baneham
Walter Garcia
Joe Letteri
Eric Saindon
JD Schwalm

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore
Christian Mänz
Olly Young
Benjamin Loch
Stephane Naze
Alistair Williams

Jurassic World: Dominion
David Vickery
Ann Podlozny
Jance Rubinchik
Dan Snape
Paul Corbould

The Batman
Dan Lemmon
Bryan Searing
Russell Earl
Anders Langlands
Dominic Tuohy

Top Gun: Maverick
Ryan Tudhope
Paul Molles
Seth Hill
Bryan Litson
Scott Fisher

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING VISUAL EFFECTS IN A PHOTOREAL FEATURE

Death on the Nile
George Murphy
Claudia Dehmel
Mathieu Raynault
Jonathan Bowen
David Watkins

I Wanna Dance With Somebody
Paul Norris
Tim Field
Don Libby
Andrew Simmonds

The Fabelmans
Pablo Helman
Jennifer Mizener
Cernogorods Aleksei
Jeff Kalmus
Mark Hawker

The Gray Man
Swen Gilberg
Viet Luu
Bryan Grill
Cliff Welsh
Michael Meinardus

The Pale Blue Eye
Jake Braver
Catherine Farrell
Tim Van Horn
Scott Pritchard
Jeremy Hays

Thirteen Lives
Jason Billington
Thomas Horton
Denis Baudin
Michael Harrison
Brian Cox

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