Fifty Shades Darker : Review



Fifty shades darker is the sequel to the movie 'Fifty shades of grey', released on 2017. The movie is a Erotic romance drama based on the novel by  E L James, directed by James Foley and written by Niall Leonard, the film is the second in the Fifty shades Trilogy.




The movie being the direct sequel to Fifty shades of Grey continues, from the point where the first ended. The female lead Anastasia Steele, starts her new job in a publishing company called ‘SIP and stalker’ after parting from Christian. But Christian, alone and haunted by the nightmares of the past wants Anastasia to be back with him. Ana unexpectedly meets Christian at the photo exhibition of her friend Jose, who buys all the portraits of Anna, which was exhibited.
Christian expresses his desire for Anna to be back him. Anna accepts it, with an agreement that there will be no rules, no punishment and no more secrets between them.
Later on, Ana was approached by a girl, who starts to follow them at places.
The Past of the new girl and the relationship of Ana and Christian makes up the rest of the plot.

The plot of the movie have nothing new to be boast off. The 118 mins run-time has a very ordinary story line for its budget of 55 million dollars. But the movie had collected a whopping 381 million dollars to be blockbuster.


Cast: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Eloise Mumford, Marcia Gay Harden, Victor Rauk, Luke Grimes, Rita Ora

Crew : Director : James Foley,  Produced by – Michael Decluca, E.L James, Dana Brunetti, Music – Danny Elfman, Cinematography – John Schwartzman, Edited by – Richard Francis-Bruce.