Logan Paul Is Getting Torched For His Terrible Pea-Brained Review Of ‘Oppenheimer’

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WWE wrestler and former YouTube star Logan Paul recently admitted to walking out of Oppenheimer because he felt the film had too much talking.

Unsurprisingly, the 28-year-old fiance to model Nina Agdal is getting absolutely torched for his pea-brained take on social media.

One Twitter user, however, played devil’s advocate and suggested that perhaps Paul meant there was too much talking in the audience, which therefore led to his decision to leave.

Paul’s thoughts on Oppenheimer reminded some people of when he tried to share his multi-tweet review of Jordan Peele’s Nope back in the summer of 2022.

Dig a little bit deeper beyond the surface level, and this clip actually becomes more hilarious.

For example, Paul uses the word “exposition” in an effort to make himself sound like he actually knows about movies despite just declaring he walked out of an acclaimed drama because it was too talkie.

Even crazier, though, is the fact that the people Paul is talking to during the interview are Danny and Michael Philippou, directors of the acclaimed 2023 horror film Talk To Me. Naturally, the Australian duo couldn’t contain their borderline disgust as they listened to Paul espouse his obtuse opinion.

Paul is obviously in the minority when it comes to his opinion of Oppenheimer, as the latest epic from Christopher Nolan — a three-hour-long R-rated historical drama — has gone on to become one of the most astounding box office stories in recent memory, as it’s made over $700 worldwide so far, which is more than blockbuster films such as Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, The Flash, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, The Little Mermaid, Fast X, and more.

In addition to its incredible box office totals, Oppenheimer is expected to be a major contender at next year’s Academy Awards, particularly in major categories such as Best Picture, Best Director, Best Editing, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Score, Best Adapted Screenplay, and more.

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