Fifty Shades Freed (2018)

Fifty Shades Freed
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Released:  Friday, February 9, 2018  
Length:  105 minutes
Studio: Universal Pictures
Genre: Drama
Rating: Fifty Shades Freed is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of AmericaUnder 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.


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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Don't miss the climax!  In 2015 we, along with Anastasia Steele, fell in love with Christian Grey and last year we watched as their relationship grew stronger in the face of adversity.  Then on February 9, 2018, the world experienced how it all ended when FIFTY SHADES FREED was released in theaters.  Now Universal Pictures is rolling the movie out for sale in stores and Flick Direct wants to give ...  More>>

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Don't miss the climax!  In 2015 we, along with Anastasia Steele, fell in love with Christian Grey and last year we watched as their relationship grow stronger in the face of adversity.  On February 9, 2018, the world will see how it all ends when FIFTY SHADES FREED is released in theaters but Universal Pictures and FlickDirect want to give some lucky winners the chance to see it before it opens na...  More>>

Fifty Shades Freed Theatrical Review

What started out as Twilight fan fiction has become an international phenomenon that has taken on a life of its own.  In 2011, E.L. James' little BDSM story got published worldwide and the term "soccer mom porn" was born.  The tale of the shy college student, Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson; The Social Network) who meets the billionaire, 20 something businessman with particular tastes in the bedroom, Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan; Anthropoid), sparked a frenzy of erotica among 30 and 40 something women creating an uptick in handcuffs, I'm sure.  In 2015, the three book series got the movie adaptation treatment and the trilogy of films was born culminating this month with Fifty Shades Freed.

As we pick up the saga, Christian and Ana have traversed the perils of his ex-submissive Leila (Bella Heathcote; Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) and her ex-boss Jack Hyde (Eric Johnson; Smallville), and the film opens with their highly anticipated wedding (fashion note:  I'm sure we will be seeing copies of Ana's lovely, off the shoulder, lace wedding dress in bridal stores any day now).  Unfortunately, an arson attempt in the computer server room at Grey Enterprises cuts their honeymoon short and they suddenly find themselves back in harm's way. 

It seems Jack Hyde has not gone away quietly and he is back with a vengeance, hell-bent on destroying Christian and Ana Grey.  Meanwhile, the newlyweds must navigate this newfound status in their relationship with compromises and adjustments needing to be made on both sides.  However, the transition seems a little tougher for Ana as she is not used to the wealth and power her new last name wields.  Of course, there is also plenty of sexy scenes to go around, some of which are more intimate and erotic than in the previous films and I couldn't' help but sit there wondering what the nature of the relationship between these two actors is really like.

Let's face it, Johnson carries these films with Dornan appearing as window dressing.  We can certainly see the evolution of her character and acting over the three films but that in no ways elevates her to the level of Academy Award winners.  Dornan is average but he has been throughout the series.  His physical appearance doesn't hurt though, and there are some steamy scenes between these two that would make almost anyone hot and bothered.  The supporting cast are all fine but no one stands out in any discernable way, either good or bad. 

The scenery is as much to behold as the actors themselves with shots throughout Europe, Aspen, and the Northeastern United States.  Director James Foley (House of Cards) does a good job of showcasing these picturesque locations making all of us in the audience jealous of Mr. and Mrs. Grey.  He also manages to wrap up the three films nicely with some flashbacks of previous moments that flow seamlessly with the current ones.  This is one instance that we can clearly see the evolution of Anastasia Steele while putting a neat bow on the trilogy.  Fans most definitely won't be disappointed or left feeling let down with this ending.

Let's face it, the franchise is nothing that will win any awards nor be remembered for its great acting or dialogue but fans of the books who have been faithful to the films will walk away feeling satisfied nonetheless.  We can say goodbye to these two characters and their unique (yet somewhat unoriginal) relationship and feel fulfilled.  This pure fantasy is a guilty pleasure, which has hopefully sparked some amorous adventures between the sheets for more than one marriage and though we aren't necessarily sorry to see it go, there will be those who will miss it.

Grade: C


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Love this movie
6/7/2018 8:55 AM EST

Right on
4/28/2018 8:01 PM EST

4/4/2018 2:24 PM EST

get ready for the climax!
2/7/2018 7:27 PM EST

I saw all the series .can't wait
2/6/2018 12:02 PM EST

I want to win the tickets because I love all the movies of course and can’t wait to watch it soon enough
2/3/2018 8:02 AM EST

love fifty shades amazing movie enjoyed the book
1/28/2018 8:25 AM EST

I thoroughly enjoyed books
1/26/2018 3:01 PM EST

I need a good Mr Grey fix baddd.
1/25/2018 7:06 PM EST

I deserve it because in October, I got a traumatic brain injury. I've been fighting tooth and nail to get better. while in recovery, I finally started reading the books, and I read all 5 books in a little over a week. Reading is not easy for me, but I did it. I'm completely obsessed. Please pick me!
1/25/2018 4:08 PM EST

So I think I may have been one of the 1st to purchase the books then I purchased the bundle of all 3 books for friends as gifts. Now being a Movie Junkie of course I saw the first 2 movirs and the wait for is killing me! Come on February! I think I deserve to be picked. Thank You (fingers crossed)
1/25/2018 4:03 PM EST

I have to win because I am a huge fan!!
1/25/2018 11:55 AM EST

I have to win because I can’t afford to go otherwise. I’m a new mom and this is the getaway I need!!
1/25/2018 11:54 AM EST

because fifty shades is life and I’m likely to die a slow painful death if I don’t win 😂
1/25/2018 11:26 AM EST

Omg I can’t wait!!
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