WGN America's Manhattan is the ultimate atomic bomb making drama. Set in Los Alamos, it's an incomparable masterpiece by creator Sam Shaw.
This Academy Award-nominated documentary film traces Oppenheimer’s life from heralded nuclear bomb mastermind to regretful nuclear proliferation opponent.
Before Sam Waterson fought for convictions as Jack McCoy on Law & Order with the swagger of a sage elder statesman, he was J. Robert Oppenheimer in the 1980 BBC miniseries Oppenheimer.
Oppenheimer put its titular genius in a moral hell in the aftermath of the bombs' deployment over Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Oppenheimer may have put you in the mood for the mishandling of genius in the name of patriotism, and if so, The Imitation Game has hat in spades. Playing famous British cryptanalyst Alan Turing.
This 1983 ABC movie is about a fictional war between countries that results in a nuclear skirmish between the United States and the Soviet Union. One of the headquarters of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Through a mix of archival footage, interviews with scholars, and reenactments of an interrogative trial of J. Robert Oppenheimer (played by Bourne Ultimatum's David Strathairn)
Dunkirk showcases Christopher Nolan's brilliance in crafting large-scale epics. Immersing viewers into WWII's darkest days, the film evokes the weight of war and despair with minimal dialogue.
Nothing stopped Oppenheimer from gifting America the atomic bomb. That same unstoppable genius is central to The Theory of Everything, a biographical drama whose central figure,
The title may sound like a lost Chris Farley and David Spade buddy comedy, but there isn't anything funny about Fat Man and Little Boy.