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RE: 'Oppenheimer': Purely brilliiant . . .

I liked it. It was an interesting story and the various and disparate characters were well portrayed (casting too). There should be numerous AA nominations for this, esp C. Murphy and R. Downey Jr. Two complaints: 1. The story frequently and suddenly jumps around in time although color and monochrome are used to help differentiate eras, I still found myself a little disoriented at times. 2. Sound was WAY too loud. Although this could be a specific theatre issue, Nolan has done similar in past films, notably "Interstellar", so I expect what I heard was intended. I saw this in a Dolby Atmos auditorium. Some reviewers have noted that Nolan used IMAX technology while filming so best presentation would be at an IMAX theatre. I can't imagine IMAX significantly bettering the Dolby presentation I saw.

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