Oppenheimer

2023 • 180 minutes
4.4
219 reviews
93%
Tomatometer
R
Rating
Eligible
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Experience the breathtaking global phenomenon that has captivated audiences around the world. Written for the screen and directed by Christopher Nolan, Oppenheimer thrusts audiences into the mind of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy), whose landmark work on the Manhattan Project created the first atomic bomb. An unprecedented cinematic event, Oppenheimer features an all-star cast that includes Emily Blunt, Oscar® winner Matt Damon, Oscar® nominee Robert Downey Jr., Oscar® nominee Florence Pugh, Josh Hartnett, and Oscar® winners Casey Affleck, Rami Malek and Kenneth Branagh.
Rating
R

Ratings and reviews

4.4
219 reviews
Jared McDaniel
December 8, 2023
Chris Nolan's first movie with a naked woman and the last movie he will make that I'll look at. He exists now as a digrace to me as he has officially taken advantage of a dark history to produce pornography and place someone's daughter in front of a camera for the entire world to view on demand. I really thought he was above this, but now I know he's no better than the rest of Hollywood. Pathetic. Not all parts of history are meant to be revisited.
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Thunder Bolt
November 26, 2023
One of the worst and most boring movies i have ever seen in my life. 3 hours of nothing except flashbacks, lame writing\script, nonsensical and useless talking. Its by far his worst production after Tenet. I swear even 1 star is too much for such a lazy production.
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Biswajit Barman
March 2, 2024
Visually stunning and intellectually stimulating, "Oppenheimer" combines archival footage with striking cinematography to immerse viewers in the historical context of the Manhattan Project and its aftermath. The haunting score further enhances the film's atmosphere, capturing the tension and uncertainty of the atomic age.
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