The beginning was completely gripping, but the film kind of lost me after the second half because of its silliness and over the topness. I think I wanted it to go in a different direction, but it was so crazy I still enjoyed it.
I love how inclusive it is. I wish it wasn't so over the top with the comedy to the point that it felt like too much. It wasn't until the drama kicked in that the characters were allowed to have any meaningful depth. I still think it's worth seeing but most of the humor was annoying to me.
When the credits started rolling I had mixed feelings. Not because I doubted how much I liked the film, but because it hit close to home. The fact that I saw myself in the characters elevated the experience to another level and I haven't watched something that made me feel this way in a while. It showed that contentment has a lot of facets and even though we can make it happen for someone else, the only one that'll keep us alive is our inner happiness.
Her es de esas películas que al final provoca twittear el 80% del guión. Es tan simple y a la vez tan compleja, tiene mucho que decir sobre el amor, las relaciones, la soledad, la tecnología y el futuro. Samantha es un sistema operativo. Nunca la vemos, pero la ternura de su voz y su aparente humanización proporciona una presencia casi tangible del personaje.
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