After Hardin (Hero Fiennes-Tiffin) severely injures her, Tessa (Josephine Langford) ended her relationship with the bad boy. Now she just wants to forget him and soon gets the opportunity to do so: she throws herself into a stressful internship at Vance Publishing. But Tessa is still thinking about her ex and calls him one drunk night from a club. A few hours later, the two end up in the box together again and decide to give their relationship a second chance. Above all, Tessa hopes that the impulsive Hardin can improve. But is this even possible?
Because the first part was too tame even for author Anna Todd, the sequel After We Collided witnesses a course correction. In the film, directed by Roger Kumble – an expert in sexy entertainment thanks to Cruel Intentions – things are much more revealing and the nasty F-word is even pronounced several times. This sequel also makes a better trap in other areas (more humor, leaving out too many subplots), which is why there is definitely a certain entertainment value. Only, the story about a toxic relationship is still stupid. After We Collided is definitely better than the last two Fifty Shades films.