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Movie description
Overview - We've made it. From Grey to Darker to Freed one of the most unlikely of cinematic franchises has come to a close. Fifty Shades Freed, the concluding chapter of E.L. James literary phenomena ends in a fashion similar to how it all started. In all honesty, the series never improved from one film to the next as the brave Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan worked their best through stilted dialogue, lame plotting, and plenty of exposure. If you enjoyed the ride thus far, Freed is a fitting conclusion but plays more like a protracted epilogue than a final chapter.
Universal brings Fifty Shades Freed to 4K Ultra-HD with a notable uptick in video quality courtesy of HDR10 while using the same DTS:X mix as its SDR Blu-ray counterpart. All of the bonus features are actually included on the 4K disc making the included Blu-ray a bit irrelevant. 4K enthusiasts may want to check Freed out for the visuals, but unless you're a diehard fan of the series, don't expect much from the thin story. This film really is For The Fans

Story Line:

The cynical 20-something film student in me is screaming mad at the older 35-year-old version of myself. 10 or 12 years ago, it would have required a drastic temperature drop in Hell for me to even consider watching any of the Fifty Shades films. And yet, here I am. I somehow made it all the way through this oddball franchise of kink and picturesque scenery. While I found the first film nearly unwatchable and gave Fifty Shades Darker a right good thrashing this time last year, after watching through Fifty Shades Freed I've fully embraced the idea that these films and their literary inspirations just aren't worth hating. Freed hardly feels like there was enough material left to craft an entire film out of and instead feels like a really long epilogue to Darker. It's still unintentionally hilarious, so the film at least can be enjoyed ironically. While there may be all of 20 minutes worth of plot, the film makes great use of its attractive stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan as they once again jump into the belly of the beast, take one for the team, and give audiences something other than their faces to stare at for 2 hours. 
Uber-rich boy and master of kink Christian (Jamie Dornan) has decided to settle down and wed the one woman who could ever tame him, Anastasia (Dakota Johnson). Unfortunately, the beautiful wedding doesn't cleanly segue into a blissful relationship. On top of Anastasia having to learn her place within an empire of wealth, power, and the immense privilege she married into, she must also contend with her husband's new-found arenas for dominance. As the pair try to work out their differences on the streets as well as under the sheets, they will have to deal with the scorned and vengeful Jack Hyde (Eric Johnson) and his plans to topple Christian's empire and destroy the happy life Anastasia is trying to build. 

So, from that description, you might actually believe that there is something of a plot to this film. Well, don't let that fool you, there isn't. Like I said in the introduction to this little review, there are about twenty minutes of genuine story development and plot that probably could have been tacked onto the end of Fifty Shades Darker negating the need for a third film entirely. All of the stuff with Christian becoming a stiff ass about Anastasia not taking his name professionally or his need to have her surrounded by round-the-clock security is a snap of the fingers plot. That stuff with Eric Johnson's Jack Hyde - god do I hate that name - doesn't really go anywhere. It's padding to keep the movie going along allowing for plenty of steamy interludes between our two lead stars. That's about it. But then again, if you've made it this far into the franchise, you shouldn't have expected anything more from it than that.

As the credits roll for Fifty Shades Freed you do get the sense that this franchise was so inconsequential that it was never really worth hating on to begin with. It was never dramatically structured in a way that made you feel like it could have ever been better and even the kinky bits and parts were never so outrageous as to spur any worthwhile controversy. If Universal and its team of producers wanted to actually make something genuine out of this cash cow and maybe wind up with a series of films that had an edge to them and a lasting impact, they would have hired someone like Paul Verhoeven or Jean-Jacques Annaud to helm the ship. Someone who could at least added genuine grit along with the spit and polish.

If there is to be any credit dolled out for this Fifty Shades franchise it should squarely go to the series' leads Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan. The pair staked a lot and exposed a lot of themselves for these films, so the least they should be able to get out of the deal is a lasting career in front of the camera with their clothes on. While I wouldn't describe their onscreen chemistry as anything close to genuine, you can tell the pair worked well together and they genuinely tried their best with what they had to work with. Considering all things, hype, millions at the box office, behind the scenes creative drama, the Fifty Shades films will probably be one of the quickest to fade from memory barring some misguided attempt to elongate the series with a fourth film. If you enjoyed the movies thus far, Fifty Shades Freed at least offers you more of the same. If you're not a fan, this film isn't going to change your opinion.

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: MPEG-4 AVC (30.26 Mbps)
Resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
French (Canada): Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1 (448 kbps)

Subtitles
English SDH, French, Spanish



Menu
00:00:00.000 : en:Chapter 1
00:05:32.957 : en:Chapter 2
00:13:26.263 : en:Chapter 3
00:21:26.159 : en:Chapter 4
00:26:51.859 : en:Chapter 5
00:30:39.545 : en:Chapter 6
00:34:15.428 : en:Chapter 7
00:39:07.344 : en:Chapter 8
00:43:25.185 : en:Chapter 9
00:49:14.659 : en:Chapter 10
00:53:16.359 : en:Chapter 11
00:57:47.004 : en:Chapter 12
01:01:28.267 : en:Chapter 13
01:07:16.532 : en:Chapter 14
01:14:46.648 : en:Chapter 15
01:20:35.330 : en:Chapter 16
01:28:10.367 : en:Chapter 17
01:33:12.711 : en:Chapter 18
01:37:56.995 : en:Chapter 19
01:43:46.427 : en:Chapter 20

File size: 57,52 GB
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