Fifty Shades Freed

Ana felt stifled by Christian’s rules and security, but she enjoyed defying him to make her point felt. Their European honeymoon was interrupted by news of a fire set inside Christian’s office building. Much later, Ana herself was assaulted in their own condo by an intruder who turned out to be her ex-boss Eric Hyde. Aside from trying to figure out why Hyde hated Grey with a passion, the newlyweds also try to deal with an unexpected guest.

Since this film was shot back to back with the second film by director James Foley, it looked and felt just like it. There was not much improvement to be expected in the acting of Dakota Johnson and Jaime Dornan, though they did seem to be more relaxed already by now. Eric Johnson was one-dimensional in his portrayal of token antagonist Jack Hyde. The rest of the cast may be good-looking but were similarly bland, from Brant Daugherty (as Ana’s stiff bodyguard Sawyer) to Arielle Kebbel (as the flirty architect Gia Matteo).

There is nothing that immediately stood out as strongly as “Love Me Like You Do” or “Earned It” did from the first film, or “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” from the second film. However, “For You” by Rita Ora (who played as Christian’s sister Mia) and Liam Payne, and “Capital Letters” by Hailee Steinfeld are definitely ear candy that deserve to be radio hits as well. We also get to see and hear Jaime Dornan sing “Maybe I’m Amazed” while playing the piano — not bad.

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Fifty Shades Freed – Review
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