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50 shades of grey

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happyvalley4 Wed 07-Sep-16 18:02:18

I know I'm 2 years too late for this one but I finally got round to watching it last night as its on Sky.

I was expecting something romantic and erotic, based on what I'd heard.

What I saw was a controlling abusive relationship that made me really uncomfortable.

Did I miss something??

olderthanyouthink Thu 08-Sep-16 08:11:48

Nope, you pretty much spot on

happyvalley4 Thu 08-Sep-16 10:51:42

Why was everyone raving about it? And why did it make people want to try S&M? To be honest it's put me off!!!

Strange ....

redheadbarmaid Thu 08-Sep-16 11:02:37

Yeah book was ok, film was really badly done

Lorelei76 Thu 08-Sep-16 11:05:21

funny you should say that, I only just saw this as well
I was aware that he was a horrible controlling git, so when I saw the end, I was relieved.

until I mentioned it to a friend, who told me what happens in the sequels, I won't share in case you don't want to know.

I suppose most people who watch the film will know, but for someone who had no idea, I thought the film ended well....minus the knowledge of what happens next.

Anastasia is extraordinarily pathetic though. Even her flatmate orders her around.

Lorelei76 Thu 08-Sep-16 11:06:07

My friend also said he felt it was marketed as romantic - was it? I'd only ever heard that it was about a horrible controlling guy.

happyvalley4 Thu 08-Sep-16 14:11:18

Well it was in the Romance section on sky! It should definitely have been classed as Drama.

Lorelei76 Thu 08-Sep-16 18:59:48

I think you should tell Sky that.

did you know how the follow up stories go? I'm just wondering because it makes such a difference.

happyvalley4 Fri 09-Sep-16 09:08:54

No I don't know anything about the follow up stories. Somehow I've managed to be totally oblivious to it.

Lorelei76 Fri 09-Sep-16 21:19:49

Ah, so with no knowledge, I thought "she didn't go along with this insane control freak, good".
To find out she goes back to him is really depressing.

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