#FilmReview: #FiftyShadesFreed The Final ChapterπŸŽžπŸ“½

Fifty Shades Freed

Hello,

I’ve done reviews before, but there were on events, products or books. So I’ve gone for different this time and decided to do a film review. This is fresh after the screening, hopefully I’ll be able to give you guys an accurate overview of what happens in the movie.

Check out the other reviews I’ve posted:Β 

Fifty Shades Freed was released over the weekend in your local cinemas. I decided to watch it, after watching the first two films Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Darker. The viewing started officially around 5:30pm, with it finishing just before 7pm. It ran for 105 minutes in total, which isn’t too long to be sitting there. It is enough to get all the good bits in without dragging it out, so you don’t get bored with the on-going storyline.

In this edition of the franchise, Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey get married and it follows them from their honeymoon to how they settle into married life as newlyweds. It is set in America, the underlying storyline follows Christian owning a corporation and Anastasia being a fiction editor at the company Grey owns. Also, you get to see the relationship dynamic between the couple and the intimate issues they face. It shows how people deal with and overcome imperfections or wrongs.

Another aspect of the film is the sexual content, Grey and Steele practice explicit acts. He portrays himself as a dominant man who takes charge over their bedroom antics. Whereas, she does occasionally but most of the time remains submissive. I believe she’s cool with playing that part, but would like him to be more emotionally open with her. This would ease the restrain on her comfort levels with him outside of the bedroom. I’ve noticed this has been a main issue throughout all the three films and this may be a result of Grey’s upbringing. Ana just want to reassure him that he’s okay and be present in the moment. Although, there’s a turning point which will change their lives forever..

The only difference about the film I found was there was violence in it. It was quite surprising, because it is from the genre of romance. Typically, you wouldn’t anticipate violent behavior in it. However I won’t go into too much detail, as that would spoil the action for those who haven’t watched it already. You get to see a bit more in depth into Christian’s family and family bonding session.

Overall I’d rate the film 7/10 (I’m adding an extra 2 points for the comfort levels on the seats and hospitality) .Β My decision is based on all the factor above I have mentioned.

Hopefully you’ll take time out of your schedules to go watch it. It is currently screening at your local cinemas and larger ones. Check out their website for prices, screening times and other options you deem important for you to know. Or just complete a Google search ‘Fifty Shades Freed’.

Thank you for reading this post

Chanda D

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