Critics have been lining up to give the final installment in the Fifty Shades trilogy a thrashing.
Robbie Collin in The Telegraph, says the movie has "zero" nuances, "drab" subplots and a script that doesn't "add up".
The Guardian agrees, calling the third film to be based on EL James's erotic fiction "limp and predictable".
Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson star in the movie, out in the UK on Friday.
Directed by James Foley, it had its world premiere in France earlier this week.
Fifty Shades Freed sees Johnson's Anastasia Steele and kinky millionaire Christian Grey (Dornan) finally tie the knot. But their marital life is complicated by her psychotic ex-boss.
Pop star Rita Ora plays Dornan's sister in the film and also performs on the soundtrack with former One Direction member Liam Payne.