Curious? The posters for "Fifty Shades of Grey" coyly ask.
Whether or not you're one of the 100 million who bought, and presumably read, E L James' kinky book, the buzz alone surrounding this "Twilight" fan fiction turned international phenomenon is enough to pique the interest of a rock. "Fifty Shades of Grey" is inherently spectacle.
With all that irresistible anticipation, how could a movie about BDSM be so run of the mill? The short answer: fear and money. It's one thing to read about the bondage-enabled sexual awakening of a virgin. It's quite another to see it depicted on screen.
Director Sam Taylor-Johnson had an impossible mission on...