From ‘The Flash’ to ‘Coraline’: The 5 Best Films on the Multiverse

Sharanya Kumar

Coraline (2009)

In this stop-motion dark fantasy, a young girl discovers a sinister parallel world on the other side of a secret door in her house. It is based on the Neil Gaiman novella of the same name.

Coherence (2013)

A dinner party with eight friends takes a bizarre turn because of a passing comet. The film stars improv actors who did not know each other, and was shot in the director's home without a crew or a script.

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-verse (2018)

Spirited teenager Miles Morales comes into his spidey powers only to find that there are countless alternate versions of him out there. The film, which received praise for its striking animation and comic-book style visuals, was recently followed by a sequel.

Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022)

If you’re craving the quintessential multiverse experience, look no further than ‘the most awarded film of all time.’ EEAAO is the story of an unlikely hero (played by the fabulous Michelle Yeoh) who realises that it is up to her to save the world.

The Flash (2023)

Superheroes, supervillains and messy timelines, The Flash has it all. The protagonist’s earnest attempt to save his family has unexpected consequences in this solidly entertaining watch.

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