Her Blu-ray Review


“Theodore’s life is messy, monochrome. Shards of physical media (and what it used to be in this semi-future) are scattered across an empty wood apartment floor. Chairs exist lonely in the center of a room. Phoenix’s elaborate portrayal is not only assisted by production design, it’s defined by the inherent visible qualities. Unlike Lars and the Real Girl which exploited the concepts of artificiality through quirky humor, Her produces a compassion, even believability, to an idea of restless unfamiliarity. Her successfully massages the peculiarity from the narrative and is capable of presenting authentic emotion.”

Read my full Her Blu-ray review at DoBlu


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