Fifty Shades Darker: Marcia Gay Harden describes catfight scene with Kim Basinger

Feb 12, 2017, 00:55
Fifty Shades Darker: Marcia Gay Harden describes catfight scene with Kim Basinger

Clearly, this man has a human resources problem.

"Sex isn't a band-aid, and in this movie you only see them having sex instead of communicating".

It's also not remotely titillating, and given what it says on the tin, that's the greatest of all possible sins.

The second installation in the movie series based on E.L. James' popular books opens in theaters on Friday, February 10, and picks up the story right where the first film, 2015's Fifty Shades of Grey, left off. Is it wrong that I snickered at the line "How did you make out with those manuscripts?"

The site's hilarious consensus reads: "Lacking enough chemistry, heat, or narrative friction to satisfy, the limp Fifty Shades Darker wants to be kinky but only serves as its own form of punishment". There are Law and Order episodes with more heat. Sorry Christian but come back when you've got a gallon of lube and we'll briefly consider inserting beads into our genitals.

The series follows the romance between Christian and Anastasia Steele, an inexperienced college student played by Dakota Johnson. The outlet drags Jamie Dornan for absolute blood, filth, bone and slander, calling his depiction of Christian Grey "ridiculous" and other less-than-complimentary phrases. "Well, just a goof", she smiled. On one level, it is a powerful love story.

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One protestor held a sign with the slogan "Christian Grey is a rapist", while others sported t-shirts saying "50 Shades is domestic abuse".

The first sex scene comes after Christian and Ana, newly back together, go grocery shopping and make dinner.

It's a view shared by the Los Angeles TImes' Kenneth Turan: "The darkest thing about this. are the black looks of audience members wondering where even the slight charms of the first picture have gone to".

You might be well familiar by now with the accusation that Fifty Shades of Grey glorifies misogynistic jerks who treat women as objects (even though it was written by a woman). Apparently, there won't be any more contracts or so-called "business meetings". (Some spoilers ahead.) Take, for instance, the film's first sex scene; after Ana and Christian start passionately making out, he moves down her body, and she tells him to go down on her - which he does, happily (well, as happily as Christian ever does anything).

Jamie Dornan's second instalment in the Fifty Shades trilogy has been panned by the critics.