Good food for the thought but.. very misogynist. I was very much deeply in love seeing a man being portraited as abusive and though yea he had a change of heart, seeing her go and be free was good. Pissed me off the ending being her just not being in control after all. She'll never truly know what he did to her and pisses me off he's being rewarded for this, still making money of what he did to her and being with her
first time i watched it i was all heart eyes and would have given it 5 stars probably but the second time i watched it, being more socially aware and all, i hated paul dano's character and found him almost unbearable. i adore zoe kazan though and she did a really good job at ruby. also amazing soundtrack
I have to commend Zoe Kazan. I didn't know she could write like this. Though it feels as if the movie could have been made better when given a chance on a different direction. It sort of dragged mid-way and then sorted to a hasty conclusion. It was quite a pleaser nevertheless.
This feels like a cross between (500) Days of Summer and what I'm pretty sure Her is going to be. Zoe Kazan is a doll and Bening and Banderas were great in their supporting roles. Ruby Sparks felt like it lost something in the last act but overall not bad.