A new biopic starring Cillian Murphy has received positive reviews from the film community. The tape has already been described as “amazing” and “the most impressive in Nolan’s filmography to date.” NME writes about it.
On July 21, a film about the scientist Julius Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the American atomic bomb, will be released. The first criticisms appeared on social networks after the world premiere of the biopic. It took place yesterday in the largest cinema in Europe “Grand Rex” in Paris. The event was attended by Cillian Murphy, Christopher Nolan, Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr. and Matt Damon.
“I’m torn between talking about ‘Oppenheimer’ with a mock mystique and just saying it’s a complete delight. The movie blew my mind like a plutonium nucleus and made me cry until the end of the credits,” shared the film critic. by Telegraph Robbie. Colin.
Jonathan Dean, editor of the Sunday Times, wrote: “A bold, innovative and complex film that is not so much about the bomb as about how doomed we are. It immediately went into the top three, in my opinion, Nolan’s films, along with Memento and The Prestige.
Total Film Associate Editor-in-Chief Matt Maytum wrote: “Oppenheimer is an epic historical drama delivered in Nolan’s signature style: tension, scale, jaw-dropping sound design, and gorgeous visual effects. Wow”.
Lindsey Bahr, film critic for the Associated Press, said the film features “an inventive story and meticulous performances from Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr. and Matt Damon.” She added that “Oppenheimer” is a serious, philosophical and adult drama, no less tense and exciting than “Dunkirk.”
We will recall, earlier, Christopher Nolan said that in “Oppenheimer” there will not be a single frame with computer graphics. We talk about it in more detail here.