Fifty Shades of Grey Book and Movie Differences
Fifty Shades of Grey: 4 Changes From the Book That Made the Movie Better
It's Not From Ana's Perspective
The book is told from the first-person perspective of Anastasia, and while the movie certainly shows you the story through her eyes, there is no voice-over, a cinematic device that many films have used to give the same first-person perspective as a book. This is a good thing because it saves us from many of Ana's inane thoughts that clouded up the book — namely how often she talks about how hot Christian is, or the many expressions Ana is fond of using (it's not really believable to have a grown woman say "Jeez," "Wow," and "Holy cow" over and over again).