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Fifty Shades of Grey [2 Discs] [Includes Digital Copy] [UltraViolet] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2015]

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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    88% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2769 out of 3159)

    Special Features


    • Blu-Ray Exclusives:
    • Unrated version with alternate ending
    • Tease of Fifty Shades Darker
    • E L James & Fifty Shades
    • The world of Fifty Shades of Grey: christian grey & ana and more!
    • Bonus Features:
    • Behind the shades
    • The world of Fifty Shades of Grey: friends & family

    Synopsis


    Fifty Shades of Grey
    Director Sam Taylor-Johnson's big screen version of the initial book in the series, Fifty Shades of Grey, stars Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele, an English Lit major on the verge of graduation when her best friend, a journalism major, gets sick and asks Anastasia to do an assignment for her -- interview Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan), the wealthy businessman who is speaking at their impending graduation ceremony. The two hit it off right away; the awkward young woman is immediately turned on by his power and control, and he's drawn to her naivete. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Jamie Dornan
      Jamie Dornan - Christian Grey
    • Dakota Johnson
      Dakota Johnson - Anastasia Steele
    • Jennifer Ehle
      Jennifer Ehle - Carla
    • Luke Grimes
      Luke Grimes - Elliot Grey
    • Marcia Gay Harden
      Marcia Gay Harden - Dr. Grace Trevelyan Grey



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 3159 reviews

    88%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) Film Review.

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      moviefreak666
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      50 SHADES OF GREY "comes bursting" onto the big screen. Get it? Coming and bursting? You don't? Alright, alright, I'll stick to my day job then. 50 SHADES shows us what we already knew about billionaire, young, rich dudes. That they're secret closet pervs with a penchant for perverse and kinky stuff. We all know that these guys have a lot of money AND if they're not spending it on weird, sado masochistic playrooms, then what are they spending it on? Jamie Dornan plays the above mentioned pervy billionaire Christian Grey, who is a sado masochist because of a past incident. It's "who he is" he says. I won't reveal what it is so you can see for yourselves. One rainy and gloomy day he gets interviewed by the shy Anastasia Steele played by Melanie Griffith's daughter (who almost got into a mom and daughter fight at the Oscars red carpet) Dakota Johnson. She coyly asks questions from her notepad only to mumble and fumble and be "intimidated" by Mr. Grey. He notices her shy self and wants to get to know her more, at this point he's probably saying to himself that he wants to get to know her by slipping off her pants. So he gives her his business card and thus begins the beginning of their kinky relationship. I found it intriguing that he has her sign a contract that explains thoroughly what is and isn't allowed to be done sexually. Clearly, he's done this before. Will Anastasia accept the contract? I haven't read the books but my girlfriend has and while we BOTH agree that the book is MUCH racier and perverted than the movie itself, the film does contain some steamy scenes filled with chemistry between both leads, some critics have been saying that their chemistry is mundane and inexplicably missing. Not true at all. I felt their connection and truly felt that Anastasia loves Christian. The pacing of the film went along smoothly even for an almost two hour movie, I was sucked in by all the naughty hijinks that ensued and didn't even notice I had sat in those very comfy theater seats for almost two hours. Compared to other racy films like BASIC INSTINCT, BOUND or the smutty cult classic SHOWGIRLS to name a few, 50 SHADES is much, much tamer. But alas, if SHADES would have followed exactly what happens im the book then the film would have been slapped with an NC-17 rating, thus stopping the film from making all the money that it's made so far. But all in all, I liked the film, the chemistry, the acting and the narrative structure of the film. Its safe to say that after the last shot of the film, I was left wanting more. Not in that way though, pervs.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Curious?

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      CaseCollector
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      I don't want to give anything away but I was fortunate enough to see an advanced screening of this film on Friday Feb. 6th in Los Angeles, and I have to say---if you are a fan of the book, the movie will likely NOT disappoint you. And if you're not a fan of the book and are simply CURIOUS, you might be surprised (and in a good way, I hope). As excited as I was to see Fifty Shades of Grey, I had reasonable expectations. And while it is not perfect (though, honestly, I wouldn't have changed much if given the chance), I felt like Sam-Taylor Johnson made an incredible film adaptation out of a wildly popular book that is some 500 pages in length---and with a restrictive R-rating, no less, for such an intensely erotic story. There is a lot missing from the book but the important stuff remains, and many favorite quotes are included. I think my greatest concern was with how the intimate scenes would translate on to the big screen, but they made it work and handled it with style and class. When you consider how man intimate moments are in this film (and there's a lot---as there should be), I never once felt that it was overdone or gratuitous. It pushes a few boundaries, yes; however, everything is done in an extremely tasteful way. What Sam created here is a stunningly beautiful, artistic film unlike anything I have seen before. The chemistry and steam-factor is prevalent from the start. One thing I really loved, though, was the unexpected humor throughout. I appreciated that counterbalance. When I wasn't holding my breath or generating heatwaves in my seat, I found myself laughing a lot---and for all the right reasons, I assure you. As a fan it was honestly everything I could have hoped for and more. Dakota Johnson embodies the innocent, virginal Anastasia Steele perfectly---and I so enjoyed watching her start off kind of awkward and shy and then blossoming into this confident, empowered young woman. And Jamie Dornan made an excellent Christian Grey. He exuded power and confidence (with an obvious need for control, of course), but with a pained vulnerability beneath a closely guarded steel exterior that Ana only begins to crack the surface of in this first installment. You will especially see his vulnerability in the final scene, which is actually quite heartbreaking. Not sure what the critics are going to make of this film but I know for sure that most fans are going to love it. And really, isn't that the most important thing?

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      It was surprisingly good...

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      Cruz808
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      I never read the books and I probably won't ever read them... and I only purchased the video for a lady-friend who was a serious fan of the 50 Shades of Grey series. We watched it together. I did it because I was curious about what all the hype was in regards to this movie... and I was being polite with my friend. But while watching the dvd I was pleasantly surprised by the movie - there was actually a love story going on. Plus, it was kinda funny in some parts! I've heard some people say that the actors didn't fit the characters in the book... but I thought they were good in their roles. Dakota Johnson was a charmer. This is another reason why I don't feel the need to read the book series. It may spoil my positive impression of this movie. So don't feel the need to be hung up on the books; to have to compare the two... just enjoy the movie for what it is - a Beauty tames the Beast sort of love story with some unconventional factors involved. If you're a romantic, and can get past the controversial aspects of the story, you'll probably enjoy this movie. I know I did.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      done well

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      sam077
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      I wasn't sure if I wanted to see this movie because I had read the Trilogy and could not imagine how it would be possible to make the story into a movie without it being rated "X". My other thought was how they would fit the Trilogy beginning to end in a 1 1/2 to 2 hour movie. Well, as it turns out, the movie ended at a point where I can only assume will result in the making of Part II. The nudity was mild and the subject matter was assumed, not actually showing what was clearly defined in the books. As for the actors themselves, I think the character of Christian Grey needed a stronger, more chiseled, personality and look, the Pierce Brosnan of 007 look. Dakota Johnson was okay, maybe not as beautiful as the book portrayed, but she did look like an innocent before Mr. Grey got his hands on her ;-) The movie ends leaving you wondering what happens next. Not a bad movie but it is missing one thing...Excitement.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      50 shades of awesome

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      JOHNNYANGEL2010
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      If you have already seen Sam Taylor-Johnson's blockbuster Fifty Shades of Grey and it happens to be one of your favorite films this year, then you will be very pleased with Universal's Blu-ray release. The technical presentation is excellent and the film looks terrific in high-definition. More importantly, in addition to the Theatrical Version, Universal have included a slightly longer Unrated Version of the film.The film is also complimented by an outstanding soundtrack featuring top tracks by The Weekend ("Earned It"), The Vaults ("One Last Night"), Skylar Grey ("I Know You"), and Annie Lennox ("I Put A Spell On You"), amongst others.The bulk of it is scripted to appeal to viewers who have a soft spot for romantic tearjerkers.the film is beautiful to look at too. the acting wavers at times , but still an awesome movie....also, check out the 80's film 9 1/2 weeks with kim basinger for more like this!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good portrayal of the book series

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      I read all three of the Fifty Shades books and was worried about how it would be translated to film, considering the amount of risque' material that is in the book. I was also concerned about the choice of actors to to play the main characters, as I had seen both of the actors in other shows. I felt that the actors did a great job at bringing the book characters to life and I thought that the movie was able to get the idea of the content of the story across in a tasteful manner. I paid a few extra bucks to purchase the Blu-ray version of the movie so that I would have the alternate ending, and I am glad that I did. I saw the DVD version with the theatrical ending and was happier with the extra few minutes of film at the end of the Blu-ray that left the ending on a different note.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      fifty shades of grey

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      johnnyangel2010
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      If you have already seen Sam Taylor-Johnson's blockbuster Fifty Shades of Grey and it happens to be one of your favorite films this year, then you will be very pleased with Universal's Blu-ray release. The technical presentation is excellent and the film looks terrific in high-definition. More importantly, in addition to the Theatrical Version, Universal have included a slightly longer Unrated Version of the film. If you have not seen Fifty Shades of Grey yet and are wondering whether it is something worth adding to your collection, my advise is to rent it first. RENT IT.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Nice clothes, when she kept them on...

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      KweenB
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      Let's face it. The author can't write. I only read the 12 pages from the "Look Inside" feature on Amazon, and that was enough to wonder why the publisher didn't hire a ghost. Still, even though I didn't see this in the theater, because of all the hype, I thought there might be a good story. This film has no character arc. Nothing happens at 10 minutes into the movie to throw a "wrench" into the works. There is no real story. The audience has to wait almost an hour and a half before our main character actually gets into the Play Room, and that's pretty much a letdown for anyone expecting any real S & M. Up until then, it's one boring thing after another. This does not qualify as a good love story. Her clothes are quite pretty, though. Very tasteful.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend


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