Fifty Shades Darker

2017

Drama

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4.6
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Synopsis

Stars Minnesota Johnson as the submissive girlfriend and Jamie
Doorknob, as the dominant, controlling boyfriend. This is soft-core
porn for girls and I noticed that the screening I attended was almost
entirely a female audience. Though be aware that the erotic scenes are
not the kind of sex girls want to see or probably enjoy. I didn't care about the lead actors, who had very little chemistry in
between the sex scenes and even those were pretty dull, the elevator
scene is a good example of what I mean. The plot is poor, the drama is rubbish, the acting is wooden, and the
dialogue is laughable rubbish. The film is unintentionally funny when
supposed to be serious, and boring when supposed to be sexy. Although
sexier than the original film (my wife tells me) not as graphically
sexy as the book. I sat through the pain of this and at the end felt
glad I wasn't Christian Grey, though being a billionaire is always very
appealing. So in summary, this is a rubbish sequel to the original garbage but
will do very well because it's been released over the limited window
coinciding with the Valentine's period.

Director

James Foley

Cast

Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele
Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey
Eric Johnson as Jack Hyde
Eloise Mumford as Kate Kavanagh
Bella Heathcote as Leila
Rita Ora as Mia Grey
Luke Grimes as Elliot Grey
Victor Rasuk as José
Max Martini as Taylor
Bruce Altman as Jerry Roach
Kim Basinger as Elena Lincoln
Marcia Gay Harden as Grace Trevelyan Grey
Andrew Airlie as Carrick Grey
Robinne Lee as Ros Bailey
Amy Price-Francis as Liz
Fay Masterson as Mrs. Jones
Ryker Brown as 4-Year-Old-Christian
Logan Brown as 4-Year-Old-Christian
John Callander as Pimp
Carmen Dollard as Christian's Birth Mom
Ellen Ewusie as Gallery Guest
Elizabeth McLaughlin as Gallery Owner
Albert Nicholas as Waiter
Stephan Miers as Hairdresser
Michael Meneer as Auctioneer
Michael St. John Smith as Auction Bidder
Derek Green as Auction Bidder
Michelle Harrison as Auction Bidder
Mark DeCarlo as News Anchor
Bill Dow as Willis