The text message read (in part):
“Ok who’s keen? Note it is next week!!!!…. We will follow this with a debriefing over drinks…”
I replied ‘me’ and why not? I am honestly curious as to how it will be. On a social side, how could I refuse the opportunity to catch up with a few girlfriends and watch “Fifty Shades Darker” on Ladies’ Night at the cinema :-)? On a ‘serious’ side, this is me engaging with pop culture? 🙂
The novelty of “Fifty Shades” seems to have worn off, or at least the upcoming release of this sequel hasn’t created the uproar as Fifty Shades of Grey’s release in 2015. So much so that I wrote a post on LitWorldInterviews protesting about the protest.
Perhaps I am speaking prematurely. The movie will officially be released on 9 February 2017 here in Australia, so let’s wait and see what the movie reviewers and social commentators have to say.
In the meantime, I am up for the lighter (or is it darker?) side of life, a laugh and giggle with girlfriends at the romanticized collision of the BDSM and fairy tale worlds.
Now, what would I say to questions such as these?
Why would she let him do that?
What is so appealing about Christian?
Can’t she see he’s just all about him, or is he?
What would you say to Ana if she was your daughter?
Does Christian’s childhood really turn him into someone with such sexual proclivities?
Is it real love or is it…?
And how could he still be friends with Elena after what she’s done to him?
Was Christian really a victim to Elena?
I am anticipating these questions because I have read the trilogy. I have little doubt these questions will feature in our ‘debriefing’ post-movie.
What are your answers?
And perhaps I will ‘report’ on the movie experience once I have watched it. I can only hope the movie plot line has improved since the previous one was rather ‘light’ on this front.
What the heck, I’ll just go for the ride and have fun! 🙂
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