Bohemian Rhapsody is a biographical movie following the band Queen, specifically their lead singer Freddie Mercury. Bohemian Rhapsody is a well made, interesting, and very awe-inspiring movie. It’s built, like many other movies, in three segments that are perfect storytellers of his pre-debut life, his career life, and the aftermath of his decisions that he had made both before and after the climax of the story. Its videography is beautiful and eloquently put together.
Among the many amazing scenes, my favorite scene of Bohemian Rhapsody was Queen’s performance at Live Aid. It is full of energy and passion. He sings with all his might and really draws you into the movie. I no longer felt as if I was observing a movie on a movie screen in a cinema in Conway. No. I felt as if I time traveled and was right there with him.
Another amazing thing about Bohemian Rhapsody was the casting. The casting directors did their jobs well. The cast seemed to have a close resemblance to the original characters. Their acting was very well done. I mean, Freddie Mercury- who was played by Rami Malek- was very close to the actual Freddie Mercury. If not in the mannerisms and personality, then by the singing and the feeling that he put into the movie in each scene that he is in.
Bohemian Rhapsody is not just for those who love the band Queen. Bohemian Rhapsody is for anyone who wants to watch an inspirational and motivational movie over conquering both one’s dreams and demons. I give this movie a five out of five stars for its amazing production and storytelling abilities.
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