Fifty Shades

6 August 2014


As you all know, there's this Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy that was published a few years ago and they're now making it a movie.

No surprise, actually but I wonder why many people are speculating how erotic the books are (as well as the movie now I assume) and that BDSM is against the nature in which, I do agree that BDSM is well against nature but come on, they're just books!

Now that they're having a film adaptation on the very first book - Fifty Shades of Grey, posters, speculation about who the casts should be are being enormously discussed and criticised.

And here comes the long awaited official trailer, set to be released on 13th February 2015 (might as well release it on 14th itself) but as per the pages have said - it is to be released on Valentine's Day 2015 itself. *smirks*



(Click to play the official trailer of Fifty Shades of Grey.)


I loved the song that they're featuring in the trailer: "Crazy in Love" by Beyoncé. It is an exclusive and special version that they're releasing for the movie soundtrack. Even by watching the trailer, I can already sense the perfect chemistry and feeling as equal to reading the book. (No joke)

Here's my honest opinion: I have read all the books.
Yes, you read it right: I have indeed read all the books. And whenever someone says they've read the books, people tend to make sour, disgusted faces as though it's something embarrassing to mention. Seriously though, you judgmental people can step aside. I know that many are criticising because of BDSM (bondage, discipline, sadism and masochism) and it's against the nature law as well as religion (we're talking about Christianity here). It's being listed as adultery and it may affect the readers in many ways we may not be able to comprehend, but to me is that it's just a book and it's for entertainment. It can be psychological, given that the way Christian does things and that explains his fifty shades of eff-up-ness. But to me, I believe it's useful in the psychological way given that I'm studying it.. so yeah. No big deal okay everyone? That is, to me.

I will not tell you the plots (because, no spoilers please!!), but what I will say is that the first book is only the beginning. I personally loved the second book (Fifty Shades Darker), man I've cried reading so many parts of it and some parts hurt me like hell. The third and last book (Fifty Shades Freed) of the trilogy though, speaks of the challenges and fears they (Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele) face like never before in the first two books, and that she gets into some trouble (oh, what to do?).

As to me, it is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about reading the books. If you cut off the sex parts, I tell you - it's a very sad story about a guy who got abused when he was a young boy and a girl who's trying her very best to have him on the right path. Yup. That sums up about it, okay?


Anyway, back to the movie part.

People are now criticising of how Jamie Dornan, the actor who's playing Christian Grey is not well suited for the role because he doesn't look like Grey. Well, we all have our own versions of Christian in our minds, so let's cut this off, shall we? I think he plays a good role even though he's not the version I imagined. Perhaps to me Sam Claflin should play the role, eh? Anyhow, I still think Jamie is sexy as hell!

As to the actress who plays Ana Steele - Dakota Johnson, I think she's perfect for the role. Her innocence is so well played as seen in the trailer. I love her eyes so much! PS: My favorite part is where he brings her for gliding! Hehehe.



What did you think of the trailer and the books?
I personally drool at them, and I really cannot wait for the movie!


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