Fifty Shaders Darker Review 


Finally got round to writing up the film Fifty Shades Darker after a month or so of going to see it on 23rd February 2017 with a friend from work. At that time we were having a shopping trip at the time; along with a meal out, so we kind of thought you know what lets go and see the film as we both wanted to see it. Plus I’ve read the books; once you read the books, you have to see the film. In my case was I read the books to see what people were talking about; then when the films came out it was I have to see if they kept it to the book, along side people saying it was really good and etc. As you can guess I went to go and see the film; so here is my review of the film. 

Fifty Shades Darker


When a wounded Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) tries to entice a cautious Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) back into his life, she demands a new arrangement before she will give him another chance. As the two begin to build trust and find stability, shadowy figures from Christian’s past start to circle them, determined to destroy their hopes for a future together.

Release date: 10 February 2017 (United Kingdom)

Director: James Foley

Box office: 380 million USD 

Music composed by: Danny Elfman

Featured songs: Crazy in Love, I Don’t Wanna Live Forever

Rating: 18 
My Review:

Fifty Shades Darker couldn’t get much better nor darker; showing and getting to know more about the characters, trying to teach each other about what they want and how to stay together no matter how much of Christian Greys past throws at them. They always find away to get past the problems; along with the understanding of what a woman’s feelings are, and understand that there is more to life than being dominant and punish people who are similar to what his mother looked like. However he starts to realise that not all women are like his mother; he could see that everytime Anastasia either leaves him or being patient with him, by showing him not all people are that bad. 

I’m one of those people; where there is a certain film that are just one off see and etc, for me it’s like once I’ve seen it I’ve seen it as it doesn’t draw me into watching it over and over again like most people do. When me and my friend went to go to see it; her face was a picture every time Jamie Dornan came on the screen, she was so not sitting next me forgetting that I was next to her. Haha. 

She only told me a few hours ago that day she had a crush on him. Now I have the evidence of her doing the whole weird act on me; I was quite glad that she didn’t have popcorn in her hands or eating any at the time, then it would be more funny would rather watch her making a fool out of herself than the film. Haha. 
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