The story of a scientist in the development of the atomic bomb.


The movie "Oppenheimer" is an interesting portrayal of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the mysterious man who had the most critical role in establishing the atomic bomb of World War II.

Oppenheimer review

In only three hours, Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer” 2023 film is an all-embracing classic that dips viewers in the turbulent life and seasons of one of the twentieth century’s most captivating figures. With Nolan in charge, the movie unfurls with all the wonder and magnificence we’ve generally expected from the creative director, yet it’s the memorable snapshots of soul-searching and moral retribution that genuinely resonate.

At the core of “Oppenheimer” is an absolutely exhilarating exhibition by the lead actor, whose portrayal of J. Robert Oppenheimer is completely eye-catching. With his sharp mind and agonizing strength, he portrays Oppenheimer as a man distracted by the cost of his own genius.

From the sacred halls of the scholarly community to the enigmatic hallways of power in Washington, D.C., the actor’s depiction is a magnum opus in prudent subtlety, bringing viewers into the most the deepest recesses of Oppenheimer’s mind. Nolan’s screenplay, created as one with Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin, is a wonder of narrative portrait, meshing together different strands of Oppenheimer’s life into a durable and grasping entirety.

From his initial days as a glimmering youthful physicist to his definitive fall into the dark universe of Cold War politics, the content capably explores the moral intricacies of Oppenheimer’s excursion, attracting viewer to think about the ethical ramifications scientific discovery during a time of unrivaled innovative headway

Outwardly, “Oppenheimer” is a banquet for the eyes, with breathtaking cinematography and magnificent set plan that convey viewers to the core of the Manhattan Project. From the distinct magnificence of the New Mexico desert to the bustling roads of wartime Los Angeles, Nolan’s sharp eye for detail pervades each edge with an overt sense of time and place, drenching viewers in the sights and sounds of a long gone era.

However for all its technical ability, “Oppenheimer” is ultimately a film driven by thoughts, as opposed to scene. In its looking for Oppenheimer’s moral predicaments and existential pain, the film poses deep questions about scientific progress and the obligations that accompany using such huge power.

As Oppenheimer copes with the shocking consequences of his own creation, viewers are compelled to confront their own complicity in the march of advancement, provoking reflection on the moral outcomes of mechanical development in an undeniably interrelated world. Eventually, “Oppenheimer” is a film of unprecedented desire and insight offering viewers a richly textured portrait of perhaps of history’s most profound figure.

With its convincing performances, invigorating screenplay, and stunning visuals, it stands as a demonstration to the power of film to reveal insight into the haziest openings of the human spirit. As the credits roll and the lights come up, one can’t resist the urge to feel a feeling of strikingly impressive at the scale of Oppenheimer’s heritage — and the enduring importance of his story during a time of steadily speeding up innovative change.

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Oppenheimer cast

 List of cast for the movie “Oppenheimer” arranged in alphabetical order:

1. Adam Kroeger as Army Captain
2. Alden Ehrenreich as Senate Aide
3. Alex Wolff as Luis Alvarez
4. Benny Safdie as Edward Teller
5. Brett DelBuono as Concerned Scientist
6. Bryce Johnson as AAF Officer 2
7. Casey Affleck as Boris Pash
8. Christina Hogue as Kissing Woman
9. Christopher Denham as Klaus Fuchs
10. Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer
11. Clay Bunker as Kissing Man
12. Dane DeHaan as Kenneth Nichols
13. Danny Deferrari as Enrico Fermi
14. David Dastmalchian as William Borden
15. David Krumholtz as Isidor Rabi
16. David Rysdahl as Donald Hornig
17. Devon Bostick as Seth Neddermeyer
18. Dylan Arnold as Frank Oppenheimer
19. Emily Blunt as Kitty Oppenheimer
20. Emma Dumont as Jackie Oppenheimer
21. Florence Pugh as Jean Tatlock
22. Flora Nolan as Burn Victim
23. Gary Oldman as Harry Truman
24. Gregory Jbara as Chairman Magnuson
25. Gustaf Skarsgård as Hans Bethe
26. Guy Burnet as George Eltenton
27. Hap Lawrence as Lyndon Johnson
28. Harry Groener as Senator McGee
29. Harrison Gilbertson as Philip Morrison
30. Jack Cutmore-Scott as Lyall Johnson
31. Jack Quaid as Richard Feynman
32. James D’Arcy as Patrick Blackett
33. James Remar as Henry Stimson
34. James Urbaniak as Kurt Gödel
35. Jason Clarke as Roger Robb
36. Jefferson Hall as Haakon Chevalier
37. Jessica Erin Martin as Charlotte Serber
38. John Gowans as Ward Evans
39. Josh Hartnett as Ernest Lawrence
40. Josh Peck as Kenneth Bainbridge
41. Josh Zuckerman as Rossi Lomanitz
42. Kate French as Presidential Aide
43. Kenneth Branagh as Niels Bohr
44. Kerry Westcott as Laughing Woman
45. Kurt Koehler as Thomas Morgan
46. Louise Lombard as Ruth Tolman
47. Macon Blair as Lloyd Garrison
48. Maria Teresa Zuppetta as Consoling Woman
49. Máté Haumann as Leo Szilard
50. Matthew Modine as Vannevar Bush
51. Michael Andrew Baker as Joe Volpe
52. Michael Angarano as Robert Serber
53. Olli Haaskivi as Edward Condon
54. Olivia Thirlby as Lilli Hornig
55. Pat Skipper as James Byrnes
56. Petrie Willink as Dutch Student
57. Rami Malek as David Hill
58. Robert Downey Jr. as Lewis Strauss
59. Rory Keane as Hartland Snyder
60. Ronald Auguste as J. Ernest Wilkins
61. Sadie Stratton as Mary Washburn
62. Scott Grimes as Counsel
63. Sean Avery as Weatherman
64. Steven Houska as Senator Scott
65. Ted King as Senator Bartlett
66. Tim DeKay as Senator Pastore
67. Tom Conti as Albert Einstein
68. Tom Jenkins as Richard Tolman
69. Tony Goldwyn as Gordon Gray
70. Trond Fausa as George Kistiakowsky
71. Tyler Beardsley as Weeping Man
72. Will Roberts as George C. Marshall

And additional roles played by:

73. David Nolan as Radio Announcer
74. Drew Kenney as Soldier
75. Jeff Hephner as Congressman
76. Jeremy John Wells as AAF Officer
77. Kerry Westcott as Kissing Woman

Category Amount
Production Budget (Cost) $100 million
Gross US & Canada $329.3 million
Other Territories $631.6 million
Gross worldwide  $960.9 million
Profit $860 million

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Country: United States

Genres: I I

Director : Christopher Nolan

Writers : Christopher Nolan,Kai ,BirdMartin Sherwin

Awards : 13 Oscars

Stars : Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr.

Duration : 180 minutes 9 seconds.

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