In Spike Jonze's Her, a Siri-esque operating system grows to feel true emotions and, eventually, progresses beyond human understanding. In reality, we're not quite there, but as it turns out, the real Siri has still managed to evolve in her own petty way. As pointed out by Buzzfeed, asking Siri if she is Her (because, you know, ScarjOS is definitely just named "Her") results in various snarky critiques. "She gives artificial intelligence a bad name," says one of Siri's responses. "Her portrayal of an intelligent agent is beyond artificial," reads another that's like oh daaaaaaamn.
Siri previously made minor news when people realized she similarly offer comments on 2001's HAL 9000. She continues to not give a shit if you ask, "Are you Paul Reubens in Flight of the Navigator?"
For Her's fashions of the future, director Spike Jonze and his longtime costume designer Casey Storm eschewed silver jumpsuits and Hunger Games beards for stranger, arguably more-likely looks: a return of high-waisted slacks, banded collars, and mustaches. You could say it's gi... / Continue →
Spike Jonze's new film sees Joaquin Phoenix fall for an operating system--a love story perfect for any of us who've known the seductive allure and ultimate heartbreak of letting DOS get too close. Here's the movie's latest trailer. Compared to the last look we had, this preview... / Continue →
Wisely, Spike Jonze decided to keep Joaquin Phoenix's rap career separate from Her, instead going with his Where the Wild Things Are songstress Karen O to provide some music for the film. A bit of her new Moon Song debuted at the tail end of the Her trailer, but now you can hea... / Continue →