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The 10 funniest bad lines in the final 'Fifty Shades of Grey' movie

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Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "Fifty Shades Freed."

The final "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie is in theaters Friday, February 9.

As expected, the film has plenty of sex scenes but it also delivers some over-the-top moments like a high-speed car chase, a vengeful ex co-worker, and a lot of inane dialogue.  

How cheesy is it? If you’re not going to see the movie, but still want to be in the know, INSIDER rounded up some of the film’s more ludicrous lines below that had fans and critics alike laughing at our screening. Most of the best — or worst, depending on how you look at it — lines go to Christian. 

We then compared each line to its book equivalent to see how close it is and it's rather telling to see how much some of the lines were changed to frame Christian in a better light for audiences. 

1. Ana: "Christian, look around. It's boobs everywhere. It's boobs in boob land!"

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Context: Ana and Christian are on a beach for their Honeymoon and Ana is insistent on sunbathing topless much to Christian's dismay.

Book equivalent: Ana never says this. Instead, she gets scolded heavily by Christian for falling asleep accidentally on her back.

2. Christian: "Tomorrow, I'm gonna glue this to you."

Context: Christian tells Ana he's going to glue her bathing suit top to her for defying him out on the beach by going topless. (He doesn't.)

Book equivalent: None

3. Liz: "Mr. Roach wanted to welcome the new fiction editor."

Ana: "Who's the new fiction editor?"

Liz: "You are."

Context: Ana is stumped by something that is extremely obvious when she walks into her own office and sees a welcome message for the new fiction editor. This is not the first or last time this occurs in the movie.

Book equivalent: None.

4. Christian: "I tried emailing you. It bounced. There's no Anastasia Grey at this IP."

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Context: Christian barges into Ana's office upset that she didn't change her email address from Anastasia Steele to Anastasia Grey the moment she arrived back to work.  

Book equivalent: Christian doesn't show up to the office in person. Instead, he sends a curt, cold email.

"I sent the e-mail below and it bounced. And it's because you haven't changed your name. Something you want to tell me?"

5. Christian: "You got this through hard work and talent."

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Context: Ana tries to tell Christian she was just given her new job because she's married to the man who owns the company. Christian tells her that's not true. (It is.)

Book equivalent: It's nothing like this. Christian isn't even crazy about the idea of Ana working and makes it clear to her that she only got this job because of him.

Christian: Do you want to know why you got the job, Anastasia?"

Ana: "What? What do you mean?"

Christian: "The management here gave you Hyde's job to babysit. They didn't want the expense of hiring a senior executive when the company was mid-sale. They had no idea what the new owner would do with it once it passed into his ownership, and wisely, they didn't want an expensive redundancy. So they gave you Hyde's job to caretake until the new owner, namely me, took over."

6. Christian: "I want to know everything about him ... his shoe size."

Context: When Ana's old boss comes after her for revenge, Christian asks some of his staff to dig up everything they can muster on him. 

Book equivalent: None

7. One of Christian's security members: "He went to Princeton on scholarship. Graduated summa cum laude."

Christian: "Smart guy."

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Context: Christian gets some intel on Ana's ex-boss, Jack. He has a lot to say.

Book equivalent: 

Christian: "Won a scholarship to Princeton."

"Princeton?" Kate's curiosity is piqued.

"Yep. He's a bright boy." Christian shrugs.

8. "This is where it starts. Babies mean no sex."

Context: A drunk Christian is worried a baby will steal all of Ana's attention away from him once it comes.

Book equivalent:

Christian: And so it begins. I've heard about this."

Ana: "Heard about what?"

Christian: "Babies mean no sex."

9. Ana to Christian: "Babies happen when people have sex and we have a lot of it!"

Context: Ana tells Christian he needs to grow up and be a responsible adult. If he's not, she'll leave him with their child. 

Book equivalent: None.

10. Ana to Christian: "I know you think you're gonna be a really s---ty dad, but you're not."

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Context: Ana attempts to give Christian some reassurance about parenthood. 

Book equivalent: 

Christian: "I'm scared I'll be a s---ty father."

Ana: "Christian, do you think for one minute I'd let you be a sh--ty father?"



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