In this episode of Time on Screen, Zach Kazan and Blake Buettner are both fresh off of seeing Oppenheimer, one of the biggest and most talked about movies to be released in years, covering events that Christopher Nolan seems to think are the most important in all of human history. That might be up for some debate, but it’s just one of many things to tackle from this dense, loud, visually impressive, and head spinning film. Of course, as a period piece, there are some historical vintage watches to discuss that appear on screen, but the movie is so immersive and so full of ideas, it’s not likely to leave you distracted by watch spotting.
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