It really depends on what you already read and what you're comfortable with. I personally would not have felt comfortable reading it at 14. It contains some BDSM that whilst not /graffic/ is well described. The main thing I'm uncomfortable about in saying "go for it and read it" to a 14 year old is that it is something of a misogynistic book. It's a VERY weak main female character, with VERY little character development, and an emotionally abusive main male. The more mature audience it's meant for can see this as a fiction, and not something to aspire to.
Like Twilight, there's a very bizarre conception of love that's very prominently featured. Both relationships meet the standard criteria for an abusive relationship. But the idea of marrying the "best" possible man (rather than marrying the man who is right for you, which would be different) is still pretty pervasive. The idea that someone as Important and Handsome as Christian Grey would fall in love with a shy, plain Jane kind of gal is tremendously appealing, in spite of the abuse. Grey is what Americans would consider the "best" kind of man--rich, smart, handsome, and romantic. It's an unfortunate truth revealed the popularity of these series--a high number of American women will look at abuse and see love instead (American men do this too but in a different manner).
I understand why teenages like it. Because sex is the main thing on their minds. And because nothing teases you more than a mark "18+" when you are 13-15! But to be honest, ZI don't understand why adult people with formed steady minds watch and read something like this. If to look at the plot of the book and the film (if it can be alled a plot at all), then we will see nothing interesting. If we take the erotic scenes away, there will be a story of a man with a psychical pathology and an infantile pretty student who is not satisfied with her life, nothing extraordinary.
After the movie , I was asking myself what the whole thing that i just saw was about.Does the Guy fall in love with her?If yes then why is he considering their relationship only as sexual one, without any emotional attachment and binded on contracts??If no, then why he was trying to stop her when she left? Was he confused? Well I was confused.And if you remove the whole sex part, then the movie would be over within half an hour! Well I am not against sex, its just that i couldn't understand what the movie was trying to convey in 125 minutes!Well i haven't read the book, and not sure if the book is better than movie.I regretted watching that movie.Also if sex was only the icing, then i would say it was a hell load of icing just to cover a worthless, tasteless,odorless piece of cake!
You know it is very difficult to say, the target audience of this novel. On the one hand, it seems that the teenage audience, and also for those girls who like the main character, just getting to know the sex and everything connected with it. But there is one big "but" - the teenagers to read this and do not categorically. It is not excluded that this novel may also come to mind and more Mature readers deficient in emotions. Or maybe just for when you want something light, maybe.
At the first i read a book. For me it was a little interesting. After that i decided to watch this movie. Guys, it's a failure for me. And the hard and concrete failure. Perhaps the only thing that liked this camera work (actual operators offset) and music (which was wonderful, super-tracks).Worst of all was cast (especially the main characters) just horror for me. The plot was cut badly. Probably, the first 1/3 of the book, and the sudden end of the unfinished film says that most likely this will be the continuation of this terror .... I do not know, maybe I have a good imagination and in my mind a trilogy to be interesting, exciting and cool. B)
Oh my Gosh! I can't stand this film, because it was so discussed everywhere. I hate films which are on tongues of most people. It seems to me very silly. And after that, I won't watch it in the future. I've heard that this film is the piece of shit, I'm sorry, guys, if you like it, and I am offending your feelings.
I like this film, Fifty Shades of Grey is an undeniably sexy film, but it's certainly not the only erotic movie out there that explores more singular sexual tastes. From bondage to pure, passionate sex, we've rounded up movies that give Fifty Shades a run for its money when it comes to sex-filled scenes and interesting additions in the bedroom (or the car, or the bathroom floor, or the middle of a room filled with masked members of a secret society). If you're up for something a little different than your average romance, then these movies are sure to satisfy.
I can understand the controversy surrounding this picture because in a way,it's something never shown quite this way on big screen before.Many people disliked it,some people loved it.As for me,I can't say nothing specific.Something attracts me in this film (most of all,it's Jamie Dornan),and Dakota,I think,is a beautiful rising talent and a pretty woman herself too,but overall no strong feelings after seeing this one occured.Steven totally disliked it and said that we just wasted our time on this one.It's for you to decide,but personally for me-the book is definitely better.
Well, if to be honest I can not say that I liked this movie a lot. I would better say that the actors, who played the main characters were good, really. And the viewer believes them a lot. I went to watch the premier on the 14th of February. My friends decided to be original, so to say. Well, I was not really impressed and I do not understand why it got so much money. The picture was rather gloomy and in some parts not interesting. The music and the effects were not really impressive. That is why I may give this film 5 points out of 10)
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