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Bohemian Rhapsody
A celebration of Queen, their music, and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet....  View more >

Starring Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee...  View more >

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Nov 1, 2018
Are you a fan of the band, Queen? Want to know more about their history, and the life of Freddie Mercury? You'll want to check this one out.

Chock full of great Queen music, this biopic provides the casual fan with great background information, and plenty of music that will have you tapping your feet, and maybe even singing along!

Book-ended by Queens legendary performance at Live Aid in 1985, the story grows from the bands origins as "Smile", shows how some now-famous songs were created, looks at the band chemistry and management, and delves into Freddie's relationships.

The only down-side may be minor inaccuracies, like how Freddie's hair and mustache looked when the band was recording "We Will Rock You". But that will only distract the true die-hards. Hopefully even they will be able to enjoy this cinematic journey.

Rami Malek's performance as Freddie is amazing. I am thankful Sacha Baron Cohen was let go from the project, as Rami does a great job.

You've heard Queen music for years on the radio, at sporting events, and in movies. Now see the story of how the band came to be.
Nov 3, 2018
What a great film. Outstanding music and performances Always interesting to learn not only the groups history but also how some of the songs were developed. Saw it on the big screen with Dolby Atmos sound, all I can say is WOW!
Nov 6, 2018
I'm not much of a fan of Queen, but watching "Bohemian Rhapsody, I cane to a conclusion that the band know how to create music In other words, to them, no two songs are alike.the film follows Queen as they rise from a second rate rock band to a band that is second to none. the focus of the movie is no the lead singer Freddie Mercury who join the bad as lead singer after the lead singer quit and drove the rock to greater heights. the song "Bohemian Rhapsody" is their version of opera, which may or may not have drawn their fans into opera music. "We Will Rock You" started with a group of people thumping on the floor twice then they clap once. That song has got their fans to be part of the song. "Another One Bits the Dust" became the theme music of the Detroit Lions. Freddie Mercury in the 1980's had conflicts with the press and aids. the climax is the Live Aid concert when they rock the audience for twenty minutes. Although this is not as good as the 1991 Oliver Stone movie "the Doors," the film had plenty of good moments. enough good moments to give it a good rating. if you a Queen fan, go see it. If you're not a Queen fan, still go see it. You learn something from the band as well as the movie.

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