Like the atomized color in Seurat’s pointillism, Nolan uses a non-sequential progression of meanings to create a larger picture in Oppenheimer. Unfortunately, this method leaves viewers seeing a lot of dots.
Christopher Nolan’s latest juggernaut Oppenheimer is an earth-shattering study of modern politics and governance that redefines what filmmaking can be.
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Interstellar lurches toward an Inception-ish crosscutting climax, but the rush is not so thrilling as the imagery and the meaning of the corn; humankind's sole remaining sustenance.