Fifty Shades Darker

Fifty Shades Darker

By James Foley

  • Genre: Romance
  • Release Date: 2017-02-10
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1h 57min
  • Director: James Foley
  • Actors:
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  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
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Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson return as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades Darker, the second chapter based on the worldwide bestselling “Fifty Shades” phenomenon. When a wounded Christian Grey tries to entice a cautious Ana Steele back into his life, she demands a new arrangement before she will give him another chance. As the two begin to build trust and find stability, shadowy figures from Christian’s past start to circle the couple, determined to destroy their hopes for a future together.



  • Beautiful

    By crissyaa3
    👍🏼 Love her clothes
  • luckily i rented vs. buying

    By nini823627
    another disappointment.. i loved the books! but the movies are such a let down. i agree with other comments, the actors have zero chemistry.
  • Doesn't do it for me

    By Feminine Fatale
    As a lover of the books and somebody who's read them multiple times each I was very disappointed by both movies. Not only way the screen play awkward and slow but the actors chemistry is dead. Plus seeing Jaime Dornan as Christian just doesn't fit the part. In the books he's a masculine drop dead gorgeous hunks (or at least in my mind) not so much in the movie though. Then there's the issue with his acting for the character. He didn't do him justice. Christian is a very misunderstood, emotionally abused character and when he finally opens up to Ana about his thing with touching he just blow its off for the rest of the movie like it's no big deal. I was excited for these movies to come out because I fell in love with the love story but I'd prefer if they just stayed as books. They are good for a laugh on screen though.
  • A kinky love story

    By Shematz
    I liked the movies, they are love stories. If you don't like love, then you won't like these.
  • Thin Plot, Not Horrible Tho

    By Citizen Sane
    This movie has an incredibly thin plot, like a romance novel, and it's very light on the sex, considering what it should have been like (based on the book). But it's not the worst movie ever made. I actually smiled through most of it. The stars do have chemistry and their relationship is more believable in this sequel than in the first one. I think all the haters of romance movies should stop reviewing romance movies. It's really not terrible - and there are violent or car chase movies that are much worse out there that people love for no reason that I can see.
  • Entertaining

    By Sophia da first
    It's pretty entertaining itself. Like there's parts of the movie that don't have sex in it that I find entertaining. But yeah, it's human nature to like the sexual stuff too. I thought it was as good as just any other movie really
  • Love this movie!

    By KenzieeBeaar
    This is literally my Favorite movie ever!
  • The worst movie ever made

    By AllTheLadiesLuvLeo
    I cannot believe the world has lowered itself to rock-bottom so evilly. I am 13 years old and a Catholic. The idea of sex out of marriage. . . I don't need to watch this movie and I swear I never will. If I wasn't Catholic I would tell the cast, crew, viewers, raters, etc to burn in hell. But instead I will pray for them, for they need that more than anything else. If you're looking for something good to watch, find a documentry on Saint Maria Goretti. She was a 12 year-old girl who's neighbor demanded to have sex with her. She refused and he stabbed her 13 times, killing her. A real person and a real hero. Saint Maria Goretti, pray for us! God help the people who make the decisions of watching Fifty Shades of Grey and it's sequel.
  • Love it or Hate it...

    By BlaseLove
    It is not as dramatic as the book makes out to be. If you are going to watch, be mindful. Warning: Bad acting and the sex scenes aren't as sensual as they could've been. But all in all, it's still a good movie. Also, if you haven't read the books, please do. Even if you dislike the movie, the books are a thousand times better.
  • Working Girl

    By TheOTStudent
    So, I love old movies and I'm watching Working Girl with Melanie Griffith and Harrison Ford when it gets to the end of the movie and Tess (Melanie character) finds out the she has her own corner office. Her new secretary ask her to lay out the ground rule and Melanie's character says " I expect you to call me Tess, I don't expect you to get me a cup of coffee unless your getting yourself some to, and the rest will go along with from there" So deja vu, where have I heard that from. I'm wrecking my brain trying to think, and light bulb😳. Anna says the same line after Jack gets fired and she's in his office with the other secretary. Seriously I wasn't all that happy about this movie, but stealing lines from old films, give me a break. I hope for the 3 rd movie they stick more to the book.