I love the movie, I love you Ate Guy!!! The plot is so nice. I recommend this movie for everyone. The series version of this movie doesn't deserve to be compared to this original movie.
I love Nora Aunor..
She also creates moments of genuinely upsetting heartbreak, as in Bakekang's inability to understand what went wrong with his marriage to quite wonderful in what could have been a problematic role and their continuing inadvertent emotional laceration of each other at their sole "present" meeting in the movie. . . . . . .
As in, you know, OF COURSE. And I'm still torn as to whether the idea of a business specializing in "Beautifully Handwritten Letters' is cutely twee or repellently cynical or some third thing that I might not find a turnoff. For all that, though, "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.
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