Almost unbearable in the non-dancing scenes where the writing's terrible and the acting amateurish. The dancing though is a lot of fun.
And the suppossed comedy? Inane, boring conversations that went on and on and on. Atrocious unfunny writing that the actors couldn't sell.
And what's up with a movie about strippers being so demure. Everybody's kept their shirts on for most of the time. I see more shirtless men just walking down the street in my neighborhood.
Spike Jonze's Her is unique. It is unlike any other movie I've seen this year - or any year for that matter. It is aesthetically beautiful, succeeding in building a complete "new" world. Architecture, clothes and above all how people communicate with each other. And it doesn't feel the need to fill you in on this world with tiring exposition. The viewer just discovers it as the movie goes along.
Set in Los Angeles sometime in the near future, it…