Has Anyone Seen "Fifty Shades of Grey" Movie

By jamesandrew

Recently "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie was release. which is actually based on novel by EL James.

I was just wondering if this movie was released in Qatar and has anyone seen it. Just like he novel even this movie dint rise to the expectation of the audience in rest of the world.

There were already a lot of flaws in the novel, bad writing and plot. Most of the romantic novel readers were disappointed.

Recently I came across a book like 50 shades of grey, which was mcuh better. I hope somone makes a movie on that novel.

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By NayefOthman• 4 years 1 month ago.
Rating: 3/5
NayefOthman

it contains a lot of nudity, this is at least what organisations and anit-porn activities like " women are not a sex object" and and "Pornography Harms"...etc say.

it probaaly won't be released in GCC

By Pirate Of The Arabian• 4 years 1 month ago.
Rating: 5/5
Pirate Of The Arabian

The 50 shades of grey movie is unlikely to be released anywhere in the Gulf because of the content. But yes, a few of my female friends, who had read the book as well as seen the movie, said they were underwhelmed by it.

Personally, I just feel it was just a lot of bondage and nudity held together by corn-syrupy romance. Not everyone's cup of tea!

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