Total Success for Oppenheimer

MOVIE NEWS – If the reception of Christopher Nolan’s latest film had to be summed up in one word, it would be: wow! The screening of Oppenheimer, about the father of the atomic bomb, was held in Paris, and all critics praise the film with superlatives, stressing that it is the peak of Nolan’s career so far.


In The Los Angeles Times, Kenneth Turan writes that it is the director’s most impressive work, combining Nolan’s well-known visual genius with one of the most profound character studies in contemporary American cinema.</p >

Matt Maytum of Total Film highlights the strength of the sophisticated performance of the title character Cillian Murphy, adding that audiences will see a large-scale historical drama that Nolan has handled with his usual sensitivity performs: the ever-increasing tension, the complicated yet transparent structure, the sound effects and the stunning visuals all praise the talent of a true great master. It is Maytum who at the end of his criticism gives momentum to what he is saying with a wow.

Associated Press critic Lindsey Bahr also talks about how perfect the performance of the all-star cast,Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Robert Downey, Jr.</strong > and Matt Damon‘s name, he doesn’t mention the others just because there wouldn’t be enough space in the list of actors to highlight.

The Oppenheimer really absorbed The Sunday Times critic Jonathan Dean, who sees the film as partly about the atomic bomb and partly about how cursed we are. According to Dean, Nolan has created a very good summer for the audience, which is enough to leave the cinema with a deep headache.

Robbie Collin, critic of the Telegraph, also associated with K.O., and ended his assessment with another metaphor: under the influence of Oppenheimer, his brain was split as if plutonium and had to cry during the closing credits.

The reaction of the French audience eloquently testifies to the impact of the film: after the screening, some of the viewers stayed for a long time in front of the Grand Rex cinema in Paris, engaging in a lively discussion.

(Oppenheimer – domestic release: July 20, 2023.)

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