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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey: Movie Review

By: Lakwatsera Lovers

Fifty Shades of Grey is one of the most anticipated / controversial movie adaptation this year well, maybe for the girls. We are just curious what the fuzz is all about so we decided to give it a go and watch the film last night. However, you cannot experience the full package as the MTRCB decided once again to be the major villain and implement the stupid blurs and screen blocks that are  irritating at some point. 

When Anastasia Steele's (Dakota Johnson) best friend Kate (Eloise Mumford) unfortunately had a flu, Ana picks up her journalism assignment by interviewing the bachelor billionaire Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan.) Ana immediately got attracted to him while Christian starts to lure her into his mysterious world. Soon, Christian gave Ana a proposal which involves an agreement that specifies a relationship between a dominant and a submissive. 

We haven't read the book, but we can easily follow the story, behind the great performance from Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan. We just hate the fact when Mr. Grey  tries to say, "Laters Baby" in a laughable voice. The two are just simply fun to watch where they both delivered their lines well and made some of the scenes funny. The sex scenes aren't too explicit from what we expected, and the unnecessary blurs in a R-18 picture doesn't help as well. We are also surprised at the ending as they left the audience hanging in the end. 

Overall, Fifty Shades of Grey isn't that terrible in what we predicted before watching it. We weren't surprised to see other people hating it after they saw it but for us; we think it was okay and enjoyed it a little (mostly Dakota Johnson.) We just hope that MTRCB wouldn't interfere again to its sequels so the film wouldn't look ridiculous as a whole.

Lakwatsera Lovers rates it 7.5 out of 10 stars 

Cast: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Eloise Mumford

Directed by: Sam Taylor-Johnson
Distributed by: United International Pictures
Now Showing in selected cinemas
Rated R-18 (Strictly for Adults)


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