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Here I am, sitting within an entire cinema full of what I assume is horny book worm women.... and I mean.. FULL.. there was like, maybe... two other poor guys, that looked like they had been dragged along to this opening screening... and I suddenly felt like I was that kid who was about to be turned into a mouse in that movie "The Witches" because I'M AN INTRUDER....
SO, while these women fight over better seats, because they're not sitting in their allocated seats, the arguments that prevailed was the highlight of my night... with groups of 50+ year old women refusing to move seats so they could get a better view of their knight and shining armour they all fantasied over all these years... security was called, popcorn was COLD and even Mr. Grey took his bloody helicopter and said they're all fifty shades of f%# up...
Put aside my traumatising event of attending this premier because of those being psychotically frustrated around me, the film started 30 minutes late because of these selfish seat issues. I found my self enjoying the awkward funny element of the story more than I liked the book. With only reading half of the book, I only seen half of this coming..
For those who don't know, 50 Shades is originally a popular book trilogy that traces a relationship between a college graduate and business man. It is notable for its explicitly erotic scenes featuring elements of sexual practices involving bondage/discipline, dominance/submission, and sadism/masochism (BDSM)., if you didn't catch that... there you go.
Anyway, the film entertained me and of course, my girlfriend, who would be the only reason I sit in fear inside my home away from home watching a movie like this at the cinema... on a full moon... full of hungry vampires.... lol.. no.. It's a great film to get out with your girlfriend, boyfriend.. or.. your right hand... or, that creepy person sitting next to you.... just take this as a warning that the cinema for this flick, may or may not turn into WWE WrestleMania 50.
I can see this being a cult classic, with Team Grey T-shirts and maybe some vampires or shiny diamonds of some sort in the next movie, just sayin... more dragons would be cool too.... However, I really enjoyed this film and loved the ending (because I was able to get to my helicopter and fly very far away) haha, nah, It was a great ending and I will look forward to the next film... Just not the premier... I may even read the bloody book because I'm bloody interested now ain't I...
Overall... that's all. Later baby.
PS. Dear Local Cinema, if you ever hold the sequel premier, we're going to need a bigger boat.
Didn't think I'd ever sit through this film, yet, thanks to my girlfriend, here I went, and to my surprise, I really liked it.. Musicals are very rarely something I enjoy, but this was put together really well.. Felt like I was watching Romeo + Juliet for a while, had a strong influence from there I'm guessing, oh wait, it was done by the same guy wasn't it.. there we go.