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December 18, 2013
(LA/NY; 12/25 - Limited; 01/10 - Wide)
R , 1 hr 59 min
3,755 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: A heartbroken writer (Joaquin Phoenix) develops a loving bond with his computer's operating system.
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By Ty Burr
It is a love story. Also a profoundly metaphysical meditation on what it means to be human. Also one of the more touchingly relevant movies...
By Steven Rea
Sad, funny, and quietly alarming romance.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
By Joe Williams
Her may be the most technologically astute movie since Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: a Space Odyssey.” And as the friendly ghost in the machine,...
By Rene Rodriguez
Her argues that sometimes, crazy can be wonderful.
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By Manohla Dargis
At once a brilliant conceptual gag and a deeply sincere romance, Her is the unlikely yet completely plausible love story about a man, who...
By Scott Foundas
What begins like an arrested adolescent dream soon blossoms into Jonze’s richest and most emotionally mature work to date, burrowing deep...
By Richard Corliss
Jonze creates the splendid anachronism of a movie romance that is laugh-and-cry and warm all over, totally sweet and utterly serious.
By Claudia Puig
Though set in the future, Her is a timely, soulful and plausible love story.
By Richard Roeper
Her works as a real romance, and as a commentary on the ways technology connects everyone to the world but also isolates us from...
By Chris Nashawaty
Jonze's satiric, brave-new-world premise is undeniably clever, but it's also a bit icy emotionally.
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Bravo to Spike Jonze for creating a timely and provocative tale of narcissism, our cyber society and the way we perceive ourselves in and out of love. Her is truly a cautionary tale. Joaquin Phoenix...
Intimate in an unexpected way
I loved the cinematography, the colors, textures and scenery. Then I loved Joaquin Phoenix. His intimacy and vulnerability was towering. Then I loved the story. The singularity explored on how it...
The idea of stepping into the future and peeking at how humans will interface with computers is interesting. It is now obvious that we will not need keyboards (hard or soft), because speech...
Interesting look to the movie with costuming and wardrobe. Subject matter itself? Um, weird. Akin to types of fetishes. Wouldn't recommend it for most folks I know....
This movie was both very stupid and very boring. Her droning voice put me to sleep, and the premise of the movie was ridiculous. If they had made it a satire on how we are addicted to our electronics...
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Rated R | For Language, Brief Graphic Nudity and Sexual Content
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Common Sense Media says Pause for kids 15 & under
Graceful, strange romance with intense moments of sexuality.
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