Her (2013)

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Directed By Spike Jonze Spike Jonze Starring Joaquin Phoenix Joaquin Phoenix  •  Scarlett Johansson Scarlett Johansson  •  Amy Adams Amy Adams  •  Rooney Mara Rooney Mara  •  Olivia Wilde Olivia Wilde Genres Comedy Drama  •  Drama  •  Romance  •  Romantic Drama  •  Science Fiction Studios &
Academy Award Nominated  •  Academy Award Best Picture Nominated  •  Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay Nominated  •  Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay Winning  •  Academy Award for Best Production Design Nominated  •  Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film Winning  •  86th Academy Awards Nominated  •  Time Out: London's 100 Best Sci-Fi Movies  •  National Board of Review Award for Best Film Winning  •  Annapurna Pictures  •  San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Film Winning  •  Detriot Film Critics Society Award for Best Film Winning
Release Info 2013-10-12T00:00:00Z October 12, 2013
Color  •  126 minutes R Rated R
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cheesydog1 on 6/9/2014 Reply  · 

I just love how everyone's wearing those long stretched up pants

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JRM on 6/20/2014 Reply  · 

It's a great film. I'm just not sure how it will do with multiple viewings.

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jedi8246 on 6/20/2014 Reply  · 

Just saw Her. It was a touching and beautiful film with great acting performances all around. They also incorporated one of my favorite film techniques where there is an in-film logic for the score playing.

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TheMovieJunkie on 8/21/2014 Reply  · 

Beautiful film. The ending made me mad. I thought this movie was dumb the first time I tried to watch it but then fell in love. I didnt want the movie to end. I hope there is a sequel. It reminded me of so many relationships. It was beautiful and inspiring. I want one of those operating systems now.

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gatesrw on 10/17/2014 Reply  · 

This is one heck of a weird movie. When you think about it, the movie asks some interesting questions about technology and how far is too far when it comes to the subject. There there is the "self awareness" of the computer OS aka "Samantha". As far as the casting goes the director mad nothing short of perfect decisions Joaquin Phoenix did a spectacular job. The movie is wonderfully written as well, it is easy to see why the movie ended up winning the Best Original Screenplay Oscar. Not going to lie, when I first heard about this story it was kind of a head scratcher like "umm... okay, why?" making this movie took guts and I am glad it was done. I highly recommend the movie, just go in with a open mind and you will be pleased. at least I was.

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AverageMovieBuff on 11/2/2014 Reply  · 

An astounding masterpiece. Just brilliant. Maybe the best film in years and of 2013

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Area_hulk on 1/26/2015 Reply  · 

How did Pheonix not at least get nominated?

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DukeOfOmnium on 4/17/2016 Reply  · 

This could have been a better film if they'd cut 20 minutes out. The ending is good and (even more important) satisfying.

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hambone88 on 1/14/2017 Reply  · 

If I was going to make a list of my favorite scenes ever, the moon song scene would be at the very top of the list

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phonyfilmfan on 11/3/2020 Reply  · 

It's one of those movies where the premise far outshines its execution. The concept and world it sets up are great, but Spike Jonze lets it down with his overly glossy, overly commercial-like shot compositions and cliche, predictable screenplay. Under the hands of a better filmmaker (Alexander Payne, Paul Thomas Anderson), this could've been an absolute classic, but a music video director like Spike Jonze just doesn't have what it takes to pull this kind of story off.

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