Words by Kirsty Burns
I listened carefully to others chat openly in the foyer after this movie.
I witnessed a lot of laughter from girlfriends who enjoyed a night out but all with mixed opinions.
There was no genius mind behind this storyline.
Was it good? Definitely not.
Was it the storyline that got bums on seats that night? I think not.
Was it entertaining? Yes.
Corporate sabotage, blackmail, revenge, kidnapping – this plot ha
I found myself again bored with Christian’s troubled past and the over inclusion of too many fast cars, private jets and money shots… surely a man who can buy anything he desires could be given a little more personality by the filmmakers.
More spontaneity I say!
Ana, on the other hand, does get more exciting and assertive this time around.. she’s calling the shots and simply requests the respect she always rightfully deserved. Go Ana… one for the girls!
The sex was more mutual, interesting, playful and fun to watch… which is not such a bad thing considering its meant to be a love story.
Fifty Shades Freed had a few more jokes thrown in than the previous movies. Ana and Christian were certainly more comfortable together, one might even go as far as to say they seemed to enjoy their relationship.
The ending was both cute and dull.. probably the last nail in the coffin for this franchise especially now marriage and children have been introduced.
It was ridiculous but still fun to watch.
I gave this 2.5 stars out of 5.
Don’t judge me.
5 Overall Score