Not to keep poking at plot holes in a movie that's obviously just for fun, but this foster care backstory makes zero sense with what we have already established about how Christian came to be adopted by the Greys. He literally just gives her a ring with no stakes attached and that's the big emotional climax of the movie? The characters are endearing and unpreidictable making it a fun enchanting read. Is it because it's about female pleasure in all forms—clothes, adventure, love, sex? What would happen if he just, like, chilled for a minute? You ask us, it sounds like. Who will make that for me? Does Christian have a condom on him at all times? It's totally fine until it reminds me how weird the ring scene in Fifty Shades Darker is. Christian later tells Ana that his mother always thought he was gay because he never introduced her to a girl before. While I can't quite argue for its cinematic merits, I do think it's worth giving more credit to fun blockbusters that have a lot of fans. Is promoting a movie about your franchise's fandom before your franchise's movie iconic? To be sure, this is not a book for everyone.
Kate is a member of the school newspaper, and she was going to interview Christian about the speech he was going to make at their graduation. We know Ana had an iPhone in Fifty Shades Darker because Christian gave her one, along with a new laptop. While we know it was not exactly the focus of 50 Shades of Grey, this quiz will test you on the plot points from beginning to end. Please feel free to use them with acknowledgment. You don't see full todger, but you do see his man bush and what appears to be the top of a shaft. This section is currently locked Someone from the community is currently working feverishly to complete this section of the study guide. She's in the movie for maybe 45 seconds as Christian's sister, Mia.
Speaking of, did they get new phones? Was the book bad for women? Photo Credit: Doane Gregory 34. Again, where is Rita Ora? The following day, Ana is at work at a hardware store when Christian appears. Unsupported Browser We have detected that you are using Internet Explorer 6, a browser version that is not supported by this website. When we see Ana get wheeled into surgery for being kicked? Later, Ana and Kate goes out with her friend Jose. On their honeymoon Christian, who heretofore has had pretty good taste in terms of clothing, food, and interior design, gives Ana a charm bracelet with an Eiffel Tower charm to commemorate their trip to Paris. If all else fails, you will get to look at Jamie Dornan's handsome face and perfect body for an hour and 40 minutes.
Days before her graduation, she agrees to interview as a favor for her roommate, Kate, who had the flu. As Ana calls Christian out for his immaturity while putting on her stockings and boots, but all I can think is, Great boots. Ana realizes that they are not meant to be together, she leaves Christian and returns to the apartment which she shares with Kate. But I'm probably a masochist. The depiction of women is also problematic in several ways.
Where can I get those boots? Ana goes into the interview without knowing a single thing about Christian. Do you think either Anastasia or her mother had any regrets about the way things turned out? Minutes later, Christian calls Ana telling her to stay where she is that he will pick her up. Or is he more of a commando kind of guy? Do Ana and Christian email each other like it's the late '90s? But here's the problem with the sex in the movie: It's not sexy. Girl probably tasted like a salty pretzel. With this in mind, were you able to relate to the human condition underlying the experiences? Actually, does Ana wear a bra at all? What does he for entertainment? Do Dakota and Jamie have chemistry? Does Ana have a nipples-only orgasm? When he was fifteen a friend of a mother seduced him, and he was her submissive for six years. Unfortunately, they don't have any cuffs.
Related: At what point does lip biting stop being sexy? When she walks into his Seattle office for the first time, a romance began to develop. For example, Anastasia has a strong bond with her stepfather and Christian is strongly attached to Mia and his parents. In fact, why did Ana have to go to Seattle for the interview at all? Part of the draw of this book is the forbidden love, but on another level, the reader is also totally taken with the two main characters, Christian and Anastasia and needs to know what happens. What do we think it is? Is Christian a Beyoncé fan? How important do you think this is to the story in general? Oh, and now I want a wand that makes your hair do that wavy-curly thing her hair does! She puked on him, after all. This is a pop culture phenomenon, and you should go see it for yourself. Did it pique your curiosity? Not surprisingly, Dakota is naked for most of the movie; you will , butt, breasts, peach fuzz, and rib cage aplenty. Martens are just not appropriate.
Where does Christian go to stock his playroom? Does Ana have a Twitter? They don't seem to like each other. The movie and the book might have slightly different details. What is Ana using that pencil for? So what's so bad about Fifty Shades Freed? During this social event, Ana gets drunk. For us, this is the point where Christian officially crossed the line into stalker territory. Christian shows Ana a contract and tells her that he wants her to be his Submissive. She just waltzes into that place.
Still, by the end of the movie I had a lot of questions—35 of them, to be exact. When Ana and Christian visit the grave of his birth mother, Ella, her last name is conveniently covered by foliage. You're welcome for this stunning insight. While the book offers nothing new in terms of a story, the plot has certain elements that might arouse interest in a reader. It creates an emotional arc and romantic tension — both of which are lacking in the movie. In the funniest moment of the movie, Ana's bodyguards have caught Jack Hyde, who tried to attack Ana in her home, and want to restrain him. Jose backs away and Ana vomits while Christian holds her hair.
Did you feel a strong connection to either Christian or Anastasia? These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. Admit it — this story made you hot and bothered! Should Ana have showered before post-run sex? He needed to warn her about his life, something that could be explained after he shows her something at his apartment in Seattle. They barely speak lines to each other. He's cold and controlling from the get-go; she's wary and defiant. I'm having trouble reconciling this. How do you land a glider? Ana's professional wardrobe is so good.
For all the trappings of success—his multinational businesses, his vast wealth, his loving family—Grey is a man tormented by demons and consumed by the need to control. But I can live with that. Although tastefully done, the sex scenes are descriptive, abundant and graphic. He tells her that he is in the area on business and he needs to stock up on supplies. Is Ana the only girl Christian devirginized? Ana's metallic dress is cute, but it looks like the club version of her silver dress from the masquerade, no? Follow-up question: Does he prefer White Silk or Red Satin? But Swedish Fish hit the spot—and so does Fifty Shades Freed. We are thankful of their contributions and encourage you to make your own.