10 Reasons Why 50 Shades Of Grey Will Have A Hard Time Living Up To It’s Name

10 Reasons Why 50 Shades Of Grey Will Have A Hard Time Living Up To It's Name

10 Reasons Why Fifty Shades Of Grey Will Have A Hard Time Living Up To It’s Name – It’s easy for me to say that 50 shades of grey is going to be the biggest movie of 2015, it’s got a massive audience and a lot of people who’re waiting to see this lovers paradise on valentine’s day. Today I’m going to explain to you why I think 50 shades of grey might not live up to the hype that surrounds it and may leave some people very disappointed. This is my opinion, but I do believe that a lot of you will agree with me. – I’d love to hear your opinion, so be sure to comment after you’ve read the article. – Sharing is caring, so also be sure to hit the share buttons. – Mr Male Sex Toys Blog.

10 Reasons Why 50 Shades Of Grey Will Have A Hard Time Living Up To It's Name

 

 #1. People All Have Their Own Idea Of What Mr Grey Looks Like

When someone reads a book it’s a very intimate and enjoyable interaction. You make up your own world, own faces, even fill in the blanks of the story. This is why so many people enjoy reading. This creates a problem when people decide to make a movie about the book.

If 1 million people have decided what mr grey looks like I guarantee everyone has their own opinion of him and what he’ll look like. So, even if they casted the main actor perfectly he’s never going to make everyone happy. I personally found the mr grey actor a little to young and not mature enough for my liking, but I’ll reserve my full judgment for when the movie comes out.

 

 #2. They Could Never Act The Most Intense Pages Of The Book In A Cinema Movie

Let’s be honest and admit that we all know that this movie would have to be an R rated porno in order to be even the slightest like the real book. This then leaves another question, how much have they changed from the book? Most of the people who read Fifty Shades of Grey loved the sex scenes and the intense sexual actions that are carried out throughout the book (I personally got bored with the sex after book one).

 

 #3. The Movie Will Anger People Who Love The Book

After speaking to several different groups of people who’ve read the book, it seems that people who truly loved the book are all very sceptical of the movie. I also found that the people who were most excited were the ones who’ve never read the book and are happy that they can experience what everyone else was talking about last year.

Also I can honestly say the only movie that’s every translated from a book correctly was Harry Potter and I like to think we can all agree.

 

 #4. The Actors Don’t Look Like They Suit Their Roles

It’s not just Mr Grey, but Anastasia doesn’t look anything like I imagined. I imaged someone like Emma Watson, someone who’s shy, but has a dark side and looks extremely hot.

Tell me below if you feel like any of the actors work well?

 

 #5. There’s Such A big Fan Base, It’s Impossible To Please Everyone

This is easily going to be one of the biggest movies of this decade, with the following the books have and the excitement behind BDSM and sex it’s clear to me that this is going to be a winner. It’s one of the first movies that has sex that attracts women as well as men.

This can also be a problem. With a fan base of well over 5 million + people, it’s going to be difficult to even come close to the expectations of even a quarter of that many people.

 

 #6. In Real Life Mr Grey Is Controlling, Scary And Abusive 

Stuff that works in books usually doesn’t translate well into real life. If I saw a man being as possessive as Mr Grey is I’d definitely get rid of him and probably get a restraining order.  The last thing we want is men thinking that this is what women want, it’s also not a good idea to put attraction around a serious problem. Rape, sexual harassment and abuse is never okay. Even when someone gives their consent it still makes it wrong.

 

 #7. The Hype Is A Killer

How much hype is too much? I’m pretty sure that hype may just kill Fifty Shades of grey. The amount of people who’re speaking and waiting for this movie is incredible.

 

 #8. The Books Got A Little Boring After The 100th Love Scene

Who else started skipping the sex scenes by the second book? Me!! Sex does get boring, the first few scenes are intense, passionate and made me go crazy, after that I found it extremely hard to remain stimulated.

 

 #9. Hollywood Has A Knack For Ruining Great Books

As I’ve said previously books don’t convert into movies very well. I think that there’s definitely some allowances, but usually its with books that aren’t to famous, like not many people had heard of the game of thrones books until the series was released. I find when the book is popular it becomes a lot harder to make it a success.

 

 #10. We All Thought BDSM Was Hot Then We Tried It And Released That It Really hurts

Bondage is a lot of fun when it’s done right, but lets face it when most of us read Fifty Shades of Grey and got our men to try a little light BDSM we realized that it may be harder than it looked, it also hurts like a F**ker when you get spanked hard.

10 Reasons Why 50 Shades Of Grey Will Have A Hard Time Living Up To It's Name

10 Reasons Why 50 Shades Of Grey Will Have A Hard Time Living Up To It’s Name

 

10 Reasons Why Fifty Shades Of Grey Will Have A Hard Time Living Up To It’s Name – So are you ready for one of the biggest movies in 2015, do you think it will live up to the massive name that it has? I personally think it’s going to be impossible to please everyone who’s got the book and I do think that a lot of people will be disappointed when it finally comes out. Word your opinions in the comments below and we can have a proper chat about it. – Sharing is caring. – Mr Male Sex Toys Blog.

10 Reasons Why Fifty Shades Of Grey Will Have A Hard Time Living Up To It’s Name

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