Following on from the controversial first adaptation we return to Seattle after a long honeymoon in Europe where Christian admits he is upset that Anastasia has kept her maiden name at work. After some resistance, Ana adopts the name Steele-Grey when she finds out how important taking his name is to Christian. Christian gives Seattle Independent Publishing as a late wedding present to Anastasia, who plans to rename it Grey Publishing and by now we are deeply and impulsively half way through our popcorn and back immersed into the sexually explicit and wildly, horrifyingly, good-but-bad worlds of our pro and an-tagonist. After a flight to New York, a wild night out with her friend, a former boss’s arrest and a wildly passionate fight Ana berates Christian for being to controlling and as we further ourselves into the world of 50 Shades of Grey: Freed we learn that the once too timid girl was no longer going to be her former self.

The film follows on with twists and turns at every blink and just when you thought it was safe to hedge how the film would end a new incident would make you think otherwise. From trips to lavish locations to family members being critically injured the life of our leads becomes so hard to look away from that you’ll feel glued to the screen. Just when the action stops we find out some of the biggest news of the film, after a birthday bracelet of firsts and a visit to the hospital where Ana is confronted by her gynaecologist the films next scenes take us through the real-life experiences of every parent wanting/not wanting family around as we learn of the couple’s pregnancy and their bitter way of celebrating it. After the return of an old flame the duo argue and as we reach the climactic part of the film, a kidnapping that will surprise you, we are left so out of breath that we are watering at the mouth for how this all ends.

I won’t ruin for you just how 50 Shades of Grey: Freed ends but I will tell you that you’ll find out if Christian and Ana stay together through one of the wildest, twist and turned pieces of cinematography you’ll ever see. Whether you’re team Ana or team Christian or routing for them together, or apart, this film has something for everyone, yes even you men! Take a look below at some of my favourite scenes from the new flick and I can’t wait to see just what you think after seeing it…