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Fifty Shades Freed

Fifty Shades Freed (2018)

January. 17,2018
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4.5
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R
| Drama Romance

Believing they have left behind shadowy figures from their past, newlyweds Christian and Ana fully embrace an inextricable connection and shared life of luxury. But just as she steps into her role as Mrs. Grey and he relaxes into an unfamiliar stability, new threats could jeopardize their happy ending before it even begins.

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PodBill
2018/01/17

Just what I expected

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CommentsXp
2018/01/18

Best movie ever!

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Fairaher
2018/01/19

The film makes a home in your brain and the only cure is to see it again.

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Logan
2018/01/20

By the time the dramatic fireworks start popping off, each one feels earned.

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1bilbo
2018/01/21

I don't know how this got a 4 star rating - unless movie moguls are able to falsely up the ratings.I watched this out of curiosity to see if the sex scenes were in any way genuine - nope.Perhaps the backers were hoping to sell sexy underwear for females trying to temps their blockhead partners away from the football.One thing is certain - a lot of royalty money has been made by the soundtrack.

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leonblackwood
2018/01/22

Review: After listening to all of the hype surrounding the books, I thought that the movies would be half decent but I really wasn't that impressed with the whole franchise. This movie was the worst of the trilogy, mainly because storyline was weak and the script was extremely corny but the stalker background story made it slightly interesting. The sex scenes became tedious after a while, because we have seen the couple do every position possible in the previous movies, and the acting wasn't that great. Anyway, in this last chapter of the Fifty Shades trilogy, Christian Grey (Jamie Dorian) and Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) have finally tied the knot but Anastasia is finding it hard living the Billion dollar lifestyle, which is totally controlled by Christian. With a new threat on the horizon, the couples life is in danger, so Christian hires bodyguards to watch over them 24/7. Anastasia then finds out that she is pregnant, which puts a strain on there relationship because Christian doesn't want to be a father, so the newlyweds new life together doesn't have the best of starts. The stalker then demands $5million from Anastasia, because he has kidnapped Christian's sister but Christian manages to take control of that situation, even though Anastasia went behind his back to make the transaction. With Anastasia getting hurt during the dramatic confrontation with the stalker, Christian comes to terms with the pregnancy, and they live happily ever after. Awful storyline! I was expecting the franchise to end with a bang but every aspect of the storyline was boring and uninteresting. It seemed to be a battle for control between the couple, and with all of the money in the world at there fingertips, they really needed to put a twist in the plot to make It relatable and interesting. Anyway, I think you can tell that I really didn't like this film but I'm sure the readers of the books would have enjoyed it. Disappointing!Round-Up: This movie was directed by James Foley, 64, who also brought you At Close Range, various Madonna projects, the great Glengarry Glen Ross, Fear, The Chamber, The Corrupter, Confidence, Perfect Stranger, 12 episodes of House of Cards, 2 episodes of Billions and Fifty Shades Darker. He's obviously not new to the movie making game, and I'm quite a fan of some of his work but this movie wasn't adapted for the big screen that well. With the writer of the books, E.L. James, in the producers chair, I can't totally blame the director for the end result and judging by the profit I can't really see them complaining. With the high popularity of the books, I'm not surprised that audiences flocked to the cinema to watch the trilogy but I haven't heard a good word said about the franchise. That's just proof that hype really does sell!Budget: $55million Worldwide Gross: $369millionGenre: Drama, Romance, Thriller Cast: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Eric Johnson, Eloise Mumford, Rita Ora, Luke Grimes, Victor Rasuk, Max Martini, Jennifer Ehle, Marcia Gay Harden, Callum Keith Rennie and Bruce Altman. 2/10

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Dominic
2018/01/23

I watched the first movie... that was my least favourite movie. I then watched the second movie .... that became my least favourite movie. I then watched this movie ... AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH it's awful. It's sex, sex, sex. That's it. It's two hours of people with no character having sex. Waste of time!

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jtomlinson-48204
2018/01/24

I mean seriously, are we possibly not looking at his guy, Jamie, and not thinking he would be a delicious James Bond? Dakota is awesome too! I could see her in anything and Hope I do.

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