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Her   3/11/20
by CaptainT
I did like that the Operating System slowly became more intelligent and with that seemed to drift away further and further from Theodore but when the Operating Systems started to create new OS's and became something they couldn't describe in words anymore, the story started to lose its realism for m...

Her   12/19/16
by Citizen Rules
About: A lonely man who falls in love with his sentient computer operating system and has a relationship with it.

Her   9/21/16
by MovieMeditation
OS1 is an operating system, but somehow Johansson and Jonze makes magic together and creates something believable.

Her   1/02/16
by Gideon58
Phoenix plays Theodore Twombley, a soon-to-be-divorced writer and techno geek who gets a new organizational system installed into his personal computer that has a female voice (voiced by Scarlett Johansson) and Theodore actually finds himself entering into a relationship with this new system, who na...

Her   8/22/15
by Iroquois
(voiced by Scarlett Johansson) chooses the name Samantha, which eventually prompts Theodore to start thinking of the constantly-expanding relationship with Samantha as a romantic one, as does she.

Her   6/06/15
by Nope1172
Her is a movie about a recently divorced, and constantly depressed writer (Joaquin Phoenix) who starts creating emotional attachments to an AI Operating System named Samantha (voiced by Scarlett Johansson).

Her   6/29/14
by Jack1
It's the story of a loner who develops a relationship with an intelligent computer operating system.

Her   5/23/14
by Sedai
My favorite film is Blade Runner, and I like exploring the ideas presented in films of its type - speculative science fiction that breaks down existential ideology while also exploring the perceived limits of technology.

Her   1/23/14
by thracian dawg
The film is set in the future but interestingly, precious little is revealed about that future (although the fact Theodore lives in a million dollar apartment, we can assume voice recognition has rendered the vast majority of people functionally illiterate, and the remaining ones only have enough of...

Her   1/20/14
by seanc
Clothing trends run in cycles which I think is what Jonze was going for as opposed to trying to create a completely unique style which usually comes off as cartoonish in other futuristic films.


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