Believing they have left behind shadowy figures from their past, newlyweds Christian and Ana fully embrace an inextricable connection and shared life of luxury. But just as she steps into her role as Mrs. Grey and he relaxes into an unfamiliar stability, new threats could jeopardize their happy ending before it even begins. Written by
Kim Basinger was set to return as series antagonist Elena Lincoln, even briefly appearing in the trailers, but her scenes were ultimately cut from the final edit. See more »
Ana uses her tablet computer to read a newspaper article when she is informed that the press have reported Jack's break-in and attempted kidnapping. She places her finger on the screen twice to scroll the screen down, but neither the article or the screen icons visible move. See more »
Sadly, I have to state the obvious: this is among the worst trilogies of film-making I' ve seen.
Acting? Bad. They were both there for a paycheck and nothing else.
Story? Well you see them getting married in the trailer.. and then you see her ex-boss picking up a gun, right? well there you have it.
Cinematogrophy: Worst than the first, but better than the second. Nothing to add there.
Dialogue: ... let's not go there..
All in all, i would give it a 1/10, because it was nice to look at some landscape for time to time. This review is short, because the movie was done short. it was bad from beginning to end, with horrible dialogue, with unstable emotions of both characters.. you get a sense of where this franchise couldve gone and done it right at the very end... but by then it meant nothing. god... I hate the writer who wrote it and I condemn writers like that back to wherever they came from.
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