Fifty Shades of Grey Movie Reviews

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  • Tim Robey


    Tim Robey | The Telegraph

    Great art it's not – but it's frisky, in charge of itself, and about as keenly felt a vision of this S&M power game we could realistically have expected to see.
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  • Inkoo Kang


    Inkoo Kang | TheWrap

    Starring a vivacious Dakota Johnson and a game Jamie Dornan, Taylor-Johnson’s erotic romance is a skillful distillation of James’ first book that captures the heady exhilaration of being someone’s fixation.
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  • Jordan Hoffman


    Jordan Hoffman | The Guardian

    Johnson’s Ana squeezes believability out of one of the more silly romantic entanglements in recent popular culture. It’s all there in her face, which Taylor-Johnson frames in close-up. She’s fully aware this scenario is ridiculous, but can’t seem to turn away from its lunacy.
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    All this publication's reviews | The A.V. Club

    Leads Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, both of whom spend the majority of the film supposedly desperately longing for each other, have so little chemistry that it gives the sexy goings-on a rather clinical feel.
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  • David Edelstein


    David Edelstein | New York Magazine (Vulture)

    Fifty Shades of Grey is nowhere near as laughable as you might have feared (or perversely hoped for): It’s elegantly made, and Dakota Johnson is so good at navigating the heroine’s emotional zigs and zags that you want to buy into the whole cobwebbed premise.
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  • Eric Kohn


    Eric Kohn | indieWIRE

    Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson from Kelly Marcel's screenplay, the considerable talent behind the camera and a modicum of considerable performances yield a few undeniable guilty pleasures, but most viewers will be seeking a safe word to escape this two-hour-plus mess of half-baked excess.
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  • Rodrigo Perez


    Rodrigo Perez | The Playlist

    Ultimately, Fifty Shades Of Grey is embarrassing and depressing, especially when considering the picture as a reflection of the quality of mainstream modern romance today.
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  • ptl.aml


    My review of Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) by ptl.aml

    ptl.aml, 5 years ago
    I would like to watch...... Cant comment...........

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