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Oppenheimer (4K UHD Digital Film, 2023) Expired

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Gruv has Oppenheimer (4K UHD Digital Film, 2023) for $19.99 - $5 w/ promotion code SCARY25OFF = $14.99.

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Note, this film is Movies Anywhere (MA) compatible. If the SCARY25OFF code expires code BFTURKY25 provides the same discount.

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Note, must apply the listed promotional code in cart. Film is Movies Anywhere (MA) compatible

This digital film was just released today, November 21, 2023, so probably won't see it much lower anytime soon
  • Oppenheimer [gruv.com] (2023) (4K UHD Digital Film)
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    • Promotional Code: BFTURKY25 or SCARY25OFF
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Bombed at the box office... lol...


"Box office As of November 20, 2023 , Oppenheimer has grossed $325.3 million in the United States and Canada and $625.2 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $950.5 million. It is the second-highest-grossing R-rated film of all-time, behind Joker (2019)."
You have to set your expectations correctly before deciding whether or not to watch. It's a historical drama that's kinda light on drama - somewhat between a drama and a reenactment. It's not fun but it's informative - the type of film history teachers show their students. That's how biographical drama movies tend to be. If you go in primarily wanting to learn more of the development of the atom bomb (maybe learning excessively on the man behind the project compared to the actual project) you'll be satisfied. If you want to watch a movie and you're primarily seeking entertainment (and there's nothing at all wrong with that) with information as a sideshow you'll probably be disappointed. It's not for everyone and it's also long. Younger me would not have liked it, older me can appreciate being more well informed on an important historical topic. In school, history classes tend to stop at World War 2 and even then they make it mostly about Hitler and the Holocaust. So if you want to learn about Oppenheimer and the bomb, you're on your own and there are worse ways of doing it than watching a 3 hour movie
Did someone actually say it bombed and then deleted their comment? I feel like nobody really disagrees with your comment to begin with, Nolan hasn't had a miss in decades

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