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Rated R for language, sexual content and brief graphic nudity.

R In Theaters 12/18/2013 , 126min.
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Viewer score based on 45 ratings
Critic score based on 46 reviews

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February 19, 2014
I have never walked out of a movie...until I went to see this one. Stupid, stupid, stupid. Don't waste your time.
February 15, 2014
The message of this movie was, perhaps, lost in translation for the ordinary viewer. Just like \"Lost in translation\" which got the same reaction years ago. Again with Scarlett Johansson. In fact, I think the premise of \"Her\" is the difference between seeing Johanson and just hearing her.
February 14, 2014
Walked out 20 minutes in & that 20 minutes was torture. From critics ratings, thought some redeeming feature would reveal itself but left wondering who's paying the critics or when a weird movie like this comes out do the critics just want to act like they get it but we don't. SAVE YOUR MONEY!
February 08, 2014
Worst film I have EVER watched in my entire life. This just shows you how politics plays a role in what in nominated and what is not for the Oscars. With all of the great films out there this year how did THIS piece of garbage film ever get nominated!!!!!
February 01, 2014
A really stupid movie. I got tired listening to the same narrator and fell asleep. Don't waste your money!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™
Her remains one of the most engaging and genuinely provocative movies you're likely to see this year, and definitely a challenging but not inapt date movie. Full Review
Chris Nashawaty
Entertainment Weekly
Jonze's satiric, brave-new-world premise is undeniably clever, but it's also a bit icy emotionally. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Though set in the future, Her is a timely, soulful and plausible love story. Full Review
David Ehrlich
If Her is ultimately better at considering the future than it is at taking us there, it resonates as an insightful reminder that love isn’t obsolete quite yet. Full Review
David Fear
Time Out New York
It’s a tale of lonely souls and literalized online dating, and you assume filmmaker Spike Jonze will characteristically mix high-concept absurdism with heartfelt notions. Unexpectedly, the latter dominates, thanks in no small part to Phoenix’s nuanced, open-book performance. Full Review
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