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For those who have seen 'Absent Minded Professor' or 'Flubber', there is nothing novel about 'Her'. People who sit in a drawing room and sometimes cynically discuss where computers, gadgets and software could take humans in the future surely could put together a script that would be refreshing and funny than 'Her'. Where 'Her' has excelled is in perversion, literally illustrated in the armpit drawing. If someone thinks that's funny, I would rather talk to an operating system than watch movies rated 9/10 by metacritics. If anything, this movie has taught me to be suspicious of anything rated that high, especially by the 'experts.' If your idea of watching movie is to be entertained, please don't watch 'Her.' You would wish the operating system hanged in 30 minutes.
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