Everything You Wanted to Know About Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey is out now, and before you see the adaptation of E L James's sexy zeitgeist of a novel, we're betting you have a few questions about the film before you commit to buying a ticket. We've got answers to those questions, so you can make informed decisions about the buzzy bondage-fest starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson.

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1. What is it rated?

The movie got an R rating from the MPAA, which memorably noted the film's "strong sexual content including dialogue, some unusual behavior and graphic nudity, and for language."

2. Is there full-frontal nudity?

Sorry, but Dornan dashed your hopes of seeing his "todger" in the film, mentioning that the film's contracts prevented it. You can't be surprised, though; sometimes it only takes one todger for an NC-17.

3. How much sex is in the movie?

One-fifth. That's the very unscientific report from The Sunday Times. There are reportedly 20 minutes of sex scenes filling up the 125-minute running time (also an answer to that question you may have had).

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4. Is it going to be tame enough to watch with your mom?

Come on now. Not saying you don't have a "cool mom," but just don't even go there. Just don't. Let her see it with her mom friends who all read the book.

5. Would this be a good date movie?

Not unless you want the date to end in a very specific way. Spare your boyfriends, husbands, and Tinder dates, and take your girlfriends instead.

6. Is it going to be good?

I mean, it depends on your definition of "good." While one Fifty Shades of Grey producer claimed that Dornan is doing Oscar-worthy work, our main hope is that the film's dialogue is an improvement on the book's. One thing we know for sure? The soundtrack is excellent.