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Oppenheimer (2023, D: Nolan) S: Murphy, Blunt, RDJ, Damon, Pugh, Malek

Old 07-22-23, 02:16 PM
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Re: Oppenheimer (2023, D: Nolan) S: Murphy, Blunt, RDJ, Damon, Pugh, Malek

Yeah, this weekend will probably be analyzed to death for years to come. At the end of this weekend, Oppenheimer should be at $166m globally, not too shabby for a 3 hour R-rated biopic about a physcisist
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Re: Oppenheimer (2023, D: Nolan) S: Murphy, Blunt, RDJ, Damon, Pugh, Malek

Originally Posted by Josh-da-man

I'm like, yeah, there's a guy with a gun moving backwards through time. He comes upon a bullet hole in a wall. He fires the gun. The bullet jumps out of the hole into the barrel of the gun and the wall is "healed" and without a bullet hole. So was the bullet hole (and the round) always in the wall in forwards time until the backwards guy came along and sucked it out with his timey-wimey gun?
The bullet was put into the wall in forward time by the guy in the first place; from his perspective once he goes through those events a second time, only backwards, yes.. the round and the bullet hole are going to already be there.
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Re: Oppenheimer (2023, D: Nolan) S: Murphy, Blunt, RDJ, Damon, Pugh, Malek

'Oppenheimer' finally premieres in Japan to mixed reactions and high emotions

“Oppenheimer” has finally opened in the nation where two cities were obliterated by the nuclear weapons invented by the American scientist at the center of the film

https://abcnews.go.com/amp/Entertain...ions-108645695

Interesting bit here:

​​​​​​Others suggested the world might be ready for a Japanese response to that story.

Takashi Yamazaki, director of “Godzilla Minus One,” which won the Oscar for visual effects and is a powerful statement on nuclear catastrophe in its own way, suggested he might be the man for that job.

“I feel there needs to be an answer from Japan to ‘Oppenheimer.’ Someday, I would like to make that movie,” he said in an online dialogue with “Oppenheimer” director Christopher Nolan.

Nolan heartily agreed.
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