The best selling erotic novel turned blockbuster Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Darker written by E. L. James is the sequel of popular Hollywood movie Fifty shades of Grey, released on 8 Feb, 2017 a ( Valentines Day Gift). Directed by James Folly; Jamie Dornan (Christian Grey), Dakota Johnson (Anastasia Steele), Kim Basinger (Elena Lincoln) and Bella Heathcote (Leila Williams) are playing lead roles in the movie. Once again, the story involves the on-and-off, tie-her-up, tie-her-down romance between Anastasia Steele (Anastasia Steele) and her millionaire boyfriend, Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan), a guy with carved muscles, expensive playthings and lifeless issues. Mostly, Anastasia Steele (Anastasia Steele) advances and repeats, whimpers and groans, registers surprise each time Christian Grey tries to dominate her outside the bedroom, demonstrates the kind of stalkerlike behavior that usually leads to restraining orders.

This is not a movie that appreciates women and what women want; it is a movie that insults women.

(Dakota Johnson) Anastasia Steele plays a very annoying role in Fifty Shades Darker. She doesn't know what she wants in the film or in life. It’s like she can't take Jamie Dornan (Christian), dark ways and not kidding, a few seconds later she's okay with it, without any solidifying reason (unless it’s going down on her or sex) . I feel like Fifty Shades of Grey attempted some direction towards a woman's viewpoint. Like (Dakota Johnson Anastasia Steele being "dominant" in the sense of negotiation and choices. In Fifty Shades Darker, She comes off like the only reason she's with him is because he's rich.
This isn’t a relationship — it’s an ownership

Fifty Shades Darker is now available on It is 1 hour and 18 minutes long and contains sexual content, some graphic nudity and offensive language.

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