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Film Review - Fifty Shades of Grey


A literary phenomenon, one of the most widely read books of the last 25 years, finally makes its way to the big screen. “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the hush-hush best seller that introduced a large audience to the ways of BDSM, isn’t material that easily translates into stunning cinema, with the novel’s foundation poured within the imagination of the reader, encouraging the audience to make up their own visuals concerning bondage and romantic ache. As a movie, “Fifty Shades of Grey” is an Ambien pill, unable to snap out of its thick fog and truly capture the essence of submission or even love. Instead of dissecting obsession, the feature carries on as a bloodless creation, mixing melodrama and vacant performances as it handles all the greatest hits found in author E.L. James’s original material. Read the rest at


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