Zach voices his disappointment and frustrations after watching 50 Shades of Grey with a lot of talk about documentaries thrown in. It’s all happening this week on Zach on Film!

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  1. May 15, 2015 at 1:22 pm — Reply

    F for Fake is fantastic. It was an entry on My Top 5 Movies that Question Reality. Highly recommended.

  2. May 16, 2015 at 5:00 am — Reply

    I found it baffling how people actually thought 50 Shades of Grey would be anything else than garbage. Its only popular because its marketed well to conservative housewives as supposedly something naughty they are “allowed” to like.

  3. Nick S.
    May 17, 2015 at 8:12 am — Reply

    If you guys are looking for good docs, I recommend “The Rape Of Europa”. It’s about the Nazi program of stealing art throughout Europe–basically the non-fiction version of “The Monuments Men”. It’s streaming on Netflix right now.

  4. Karr
    May 17, 2015 at 10:40 am — Reply

    The boys mentioned the end of the movie where they wished she had used their safe word to stop him. I have to say the no worked for me. Using the safe word implied that she was still engaged in the dominant submissive relationship and by simply saying no it showed that she was truly done with him.
    The movie dialogue was crap. The sex scenes were ‘meh’. I did agree that it was beautifully shot. And I didn’t care about Gray at all.

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