Overall, I wasn't wrong. The direction of the film is first class, breathtaking cityscapes are aplenty during brooding night time scenes. Brightly coloured clothing and building interiors are all also fantastically coordinated. It all comes together to create a near futuristic setting that also feels decidedly dated, the clothing they wear is plain but colourful, there are no space suits or flying cars. If anything Theodore and Samantha's world is so similar to ours but just different enough, that's part of what makes the film so compelling.
I Love You Siri
Good: Thought provoking and visually stunning
Bad: Some uncomfortably strange scenes
Written by Ryan Hill