Bohemian Rhapsody electrifying, beautiful



Malek’s movement workshops to prepare him for such an important role most definitely paid off, as he was enteratining and intellligent throughout.

PJ Sills, Managing Editor

Bohemian Rhapsody, directed by Brian Singer is by far the most poignant, accurate, and brilliant biopic (biographical movie) ever produced.

Bohemian Rhapsody is a film that focuses on the classic rock music group, Queen, as well as their dynamo lead singer, Freddie Mercury. The film does an excellent job at capturing the legacy of one of the most inspirational bands of all time, and by showing the juxtaposition of Mercury’s soul, one that desires to be loved and is often lonely, but all at once is so powerful and unique.

Rami Malek perfectly captures the magnetic energy of Freddie Mercury. Everything between his movements and mannerisms on stage, in interviews, etc are nearly a carbon copy of the original. His vocal choices both in speaking and singing voice give his character so much depth and accuracy.

Along with the amazing performance from Malek is the excellent producing. Mercury in the real world lived a lie of love, a life that was entirely on stage. He was a performer, and no sadness or adversity would dampen his amazing spirit. It was so refreshing to see that in the movie, Mercury’s AIDS virus was not dramatized beyond what he let his illness be. Mercury, a true optimist was displayed wonderfully both by its actor and by his writers.

To see a beautiful movie full of a perfect balance of hilarity and fervor about one of the best music artists of all time, go see Bohemian Rhapsody in theaters.