Universal Pictures has just premiered Christopher Nolan’s thrilling movie Oppenheimer about the atomic bomb at a big event in Paris.
People who have seen it are sharing their initial thoughts, and the overall response is extremely positive. They describe the film as an impressive accomplishment and bold in its approach.
After watching the movie, journalists expressed their admiration for it on Twitter. One critic mentioned that the film had a profound impact, causing intense emotions and even tears throughout the entire viewing experience.
The Sunday Times writer Jonathan Dean praised Oppenheimer as a dense, talkie, and tense film that explores the topic of nuclear bombs while showcasing strong performances from actors like Cillian Murphy
Oppenheimer deeply moves and overwhelms the author, who describes it as a mind-blowing and emotionally gripping experience that brings them to tears until the very end.
French audiences showed their enthusiasm for Oppenheimer by engaging in passionate discussions outside the Grand Rex theater long after the movie had finished, indicating a strong reception and interest in the film.
Oppenheimer is a film based on the book American Prometheus, following physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer’s involvement in creating the atomic bomb. Cillian Murphy leads the cast, alongside Matt Damon and Robert Downey Jr., with Emily Blunt, Florence Pugh, Benny Safdie, and others also starring.
Universal Pictures plans to release Oppenheimer on July 21, 2023.