While Christian wrestles with his inner demons, Anastasia must confront the anger and envy of the women who came before her.

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James Foley

Writers:

Niall Leonard (screenplay by), E.L. James (based on the novel by)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dakota Johnson ... Anastasia Steele
Jamie Dornan ... Christian Grey
Eric Johnson ... Jack Hyde
Eloise Mumford ... Kate Kavanagh
Bella Heathcote ... Leila
Rita Ora ... Mia Grey
Luke Grimes ... Elliot Grey
Victor Rasuk ... José
Max Martini ... Taylor
Bruce Altman ... Jerry Roach
Kim Basinger ... Elena Lincoln
Marcia Gay Harden ... Grace Trevelyan Grey
Andrew Airlie ... Carrick Grey
Robinne Lee ... Ros Bailey
Amy Price-Francis ... Liz
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Storyline

Christian and Ana decide to rekindle their relationship, except this time there are no more rules or punishments. As they begin to get used to their newfound relationship, Christian's past begins to haunt Ana as Christian struggles with his innermost thoughts.

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Slip into something a shade darker See more »

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Drama | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong erotic sexual content, some graphic nudity, and language | See all certifications »

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Trivia

"Lover, You Should've Come Over" by Jeff Buckley is played during the movie, but is not featured on the soundtrack. See more »

Goofs

When Christian is behind Ana and they are steering the boat he has gloves on in the first shot, but when they cut back to him he doesn't have any gloves on. See more »

Quotes

Anastasia Steele: I can't believe you just talked to him like that!
Christian Grey: He wants what's mine.
Anastasia Steele: What's yours? That's a little presumptuous!
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Crazy Credits

In the theatrical & home media releases, the brief teaser trailer for Fifty Shades Freed (2018) is shown halfway through the closing credits. On the HBO version, the trailer is deleted to go to straight into the shortened Perfect World Pictures logo. See more »

Connections

Edited into Funny or Die Presents...: Fifty Shades of DeVito (2018) See more »

Soundtracks

I've Got You Under My Skin
Written by Cole Porter
Performed by Jose James (as José James)
Produced by Don Was
Arranged for Orchestra by Tom Ranier and Bill Hughes
José James appears courtesy of Blue Note Records
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A series of random and repetitive scenes cut together
5 March 2017 | by maxrauSee all my reviews

Before I start going reviewing this one: I didn't watched the first one because of the enormous negative critiques and the fact that it sheds the wrong light on real BDSM practices. So the second one I watched, but only because my SO insisted to watch it with me. She read the book and everything and summarized the story of the first one in 15! seconds.

But what then happens is beyond good or evil. There is practically no story. It is just predictable random scenes cut together to achieve movie length. It is meeting again + kiss, instant sex (because otherwise it would have been boring if she would really challenge him), some random party scenes, more boring sex, another scene were he crashes (he returns like Iron Man asking: What are you doing here? Not even a facial expression, which marks the peek of bad acting in this movie and how bad the writing of the dialogues is). + more sex. There are so many logical mistakes and the cringe factors, especially of the dialogues lets me give it 2 stars instead of just one. If you have at least some movie brain you will uncover constantly mistakes made by the director, cutter, writer or by the actors. So I got at least some entertainment back by spotting them. Thank god I have a GF which sees its the same and allows me to make jokes throughout the movie otherwise I would have left after 20 minutes.

Finally, watching this with 15 or 16 years depending how it is age rated in your region, I can almost assume that it gives you the picture/creates a narrative that you have to be a total unromantic spoiled brat to be successful and that this, the way the movie shows it, is the way to treat a women once you have established some connection to her. I almost would have gone more into political aspects or social power relations of this movie here but it is not worth my time and also I guess people are not so interested in this aspects anyway. Throughout the whole movie I was thinking, it would be worth more spending the movie time at home cooking a dinner for your SO than spending money and time on this garbage. The producers should shame themselves and donate some money to real victims of domestic violence and cure for drug addiction.

P.S. It was my first review here.


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Language:

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Release Date:

10 February 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

50 Shades Darker See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$55,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$46,607,250, 12 February 2017

Gross USA:

$114,581,250

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$381,545,846
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2.39 : 1
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