Beautiful, moving film.
It's funny, it's tense, it features two great performances from two actors and the director expertly creates a web of odd tension where you actually don't know what is happening for the majority of the run time.
True to its essence, the characters remain on the same line and manage to entertain the viewer, each highlighting their own distinctive qualities or touches.
Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable
Her is a smart movie with great performances across the board, led by Phoenix who truly gives many layers to Theodore. Her asks difficult, large questions about love, similarly to Ex Machina and Black Mirror's Be Right Back. As much fun as it is to consider, I would argue it's more of a romance and a character study than a sci-fi film. The characters are all realistic and the cast is excellent, but the emotional attachment at the end with Theodore losing Samantha just didn't land for me. It felt that it was more Theodore trying to understand himself and using Samantha to help himself do that and feel positive than a true relationship. The film looks beautiful and the lighting contrasts were gorgeous from scene to scene, and I thought the script was very good, but the progression of events kept me from being really drawn in. I can understand why many love it and think it's a valuable film to watch, but not a unique experience for me emotionally.
Movie story plot is awesome but story running space is so slow that watcher will be bore so only applause by Oscar zury However broken heart guy will enjoy
I did not think that love is just spiritual things that do not require bodies, and that all I could imagine was that the heart is the first and last responsible for those feelings of love. This fantasy has no existence after seeing Her and it is symbolic and the mind may be the engine. The first of those feelings and feelings we feel. A romantic fantasy story directed and written by Spike Jones, who has always distinguished himself by presenting exotic works and genius ideas.Actress (Scarlett Johansen) to perform the sound of programmed virtual character Samantha was an excellent choice for her warm voice, which carries many meanings and beautiful sensations, to make from this voice the true meaning of love, and feel the extreme heat in every scene dealing with the character of the actor, Venekis), who also excelled in the divisions of his face and his looks and expressions to convey the summit of the suffering of Theodore, and what he feels, and how he gradually turned into a single solitary person looking for what these feelings share.Music was the most sensitive thing, especially the funerary and sad music chosen by Spike and the most famous (William Butler and Owen Pallet) to suit most of the scenes that were described as Theodore's case.
The best film I've seen that made me feel so sad,happy and ,lonely! People often thins there is no sadder situation than being alone,just like Theodore but he's not and that's not the worst thing- Feeling total lonely in nowadays fast life,where everybody is going trough some short term relationships (is basically only sex to fulfill human needs) - Women are so good at that,and I admire how always every my exes girlfriend after the break up,soon after 2 weeks they soon again with another guys,having sex and all the ....and I was like a wet mouse in a little hole crying for her months.Yea..Men don't cry.so much about that statement.
It's not a wonder the top 2 reviews are written by Men. Not only that is an fact why this film is such a big score,it's showed how many of us men like Theodore there are in the World. Plus how much people need somebody in their life to love them in the way they are,maybe not perfect..,not modern,not a modern type of Men in today's life ,where people like Theodore don't go out to party ...and why should he?To dance there with teens ?!? Come on. I know you all can say that I'm an "female hater" but,If you think so watch this film again. I'm only a realist and a racial Man who is just like another Theodore...