16 Jan - "Everything Everywhere All At Once" has bagged the most accolades at the recently held Critics Choice Awards.
The movie, directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (also known as The Daniels), won five accolades in total, including Best Picture, Best Director(s) and Best Original Screenplay for the two Daniels, as well as Best Editing.
Ke Huy Quan also repeated his success at the Golden Globes by winning another Best Supporting Actor trophy.
However, lead actress Michelle Yeoh, who won at the Golden Globes last week, did not go home with the Best Actress accolade, which had gone instead to Cate Blanchett for "Tár".
Meanwhile, both Daniels were surprised to be awarded in the Best Director category, as they bested other contenders that included big names and Oscar winning filmmakers like Steven Spielberg, Damien Chazelle and James Cameron.