As a string of mysterious killings grips Seattle, Bella, whose high school graduation is fast approaching, is forced to choose between her love for vampire Edward and her friendship with werewolf Jacob.
Christian and Ana decide to rekindle their relationship, except this time there are no more rules or punishments. As they begin to get used to their newfound relationship, Christian's past begins to haunt Ana as Christian struggles with his innermost thoughts.
In the scene, after Christians Chopper goes down. When they're all watching the news in Christians apartment. You see the author E.L James walking in the background behind the reporter. See more »
In Christians apartment, several 'set' items changed from the first movie. Even though the writers want you to believe the 2nd films story picks up shortly after the end of the 1st films ending. The art piece on the window wall changed. The large table in front of the window where in the 1st film he states that he's "Fifty shades fucked up" changed. Most visually obvious was the fireplace. The 2nd film has a much larger one and now there's a TV above it where there was none in the 1st film. The design of the staircase changed dramatically. The door to the playroom was white and now it's dark. See more »
[on the yacht, as he prepares to hoist the sail]
So this is where your knot-tying expertise comes in.
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In the theatrical & home media releases, the brief teaser trailer for Fifty Shades Freed (2018) is shown halfway through the closing credits. On the HBO version, the trailer is deleted to go to straight into the shortened Perfect World Pictures logo. See more »
The predictable plotting and the boring dialogues makes this sequel automatically uninteresting. "Fifty Shades Darker" is worst than the first movie because the characters have learned nothing and repeat the exact same unhealthy relationship. The two beautiful protagonists do their bests to treating sex like a pleasurable activity but is not enough and the result is not good. The thriller narrative, involving persons from Grey's strange past, exposes the shallowness of the story. What made the first unit of this trilogy so much better than the current version is that everything was then new. But now that we are familiar with the equipment in Christian's lavish penthouse, the novelty is gone and the boredom is here.
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