Fifty Shades Darker


Action / Drama / Mystery / Romance / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 11% · 209 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 47% · 25K ratings
IMDb Rating 4.6/10 10 112597 112.6K


Top cast

Luke Grimes as Elliot Grey
Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele
Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey
Carmel Amit as Whispering Guest at Masked Party
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961.72 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 58 min
Seeds 100+
1.99 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 58 min
Seeds 100+
5.94 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
2 hr 11 min
Seeds 50

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by spookyrat1 6 / 10

Bend Over And ... !

It's really not as dire as many of the armchair critics around here are making out. It's essentially just a well made, but derivative melodrama with some of the old BDSM thrown in to spice things up.

I have to admit I didn't notice much different with the change of directors. It does seem to follow on fairly logically from the first film, but if you're stepping in for the first time, you shouldn't have too many problems picking up the gist of things. I'd never try to argue the storyline is all that deep.

Dakota Johnson makes the film for me. She is a very appealing Ana and carries off the the vulnerable/strong character thing really well. Unlike some of the other reviewers around these parts, I think she succeeds in displaying plenty of chemistry with Christian. And speaking of that well-known male dominant, let me just add that I think Jamie Dornan plays that part quite well. Yes, he does appear kind of wooden and emotion-lite, but that's the way Christian is written in the books. And as many are aware, author EL James had a very big influence in the adaption of her books to the screen. For a start, her hubby Niall Leonard, is the sole script writer! All those expecting a vastly different screen persona of Christian are just whistling into a gale of a wind.

It was fun seeing Kim Bassinger turn up playing Elena, considering she starred in Nine and a Half Weeks, back 30 years or so ago and that film kicked up the same sort of reaction from critics as 50 Shades etc. ( It was also a commercial hit.) I'd never try to deny that the films all share great similarities. But that's Hollywood for you! What goes around, definitely comes back around!

Now about those little balls ...

Reviewed by mellauraandrews 6 / 10

Not as bad as everyone is making it out to be

Maybe there's something wrong with me but I didn't think these movies were all that bad. Sure it's a but full on at times but if you look beyond that it's actually quite a beautiful story . Ana changes Christian for the better after suffering a horrible childhood.

Reviewed by n-kefala 4 / 10

Predictable plotting

The predictable plotting and the boring dialogues makes this sequel automatically uninteresting. "Fifty Shades Darker" is worst than the first movie because the characters have learned nothing and repeat the exact same unhealthy relationship. The two beautiful protagonists do their bests to treating sex like a pleasurable activity but is not enough and the result is not good. The thriller narrative, involving persons from Grey's strange past, exposes the shallowness of the story. What made the first unit of this trilogy so much better than the current version is that everything was then new. But now that we are familiar with the equipment in Christian's lavish penthouse, the novelty is gone and the boredom is here.

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