Watching Bohemian Rhapsody was like watching Forest Gump. As long as I can remember, Forest Gump has been a classic of my generation. Like Blow, Fear and Loathing, Walk The Line and Forest Gump, Bohemian Rhapsody is an instant classic. Watching it took me to that nostalgia of watching a film again and again through life because the film it is not just entertainment it is art.
Freddie Mercury was larger than life musician who painfully painted his emotions into songs. The movie delicately showed the two sides of a man, the rock star and the introvert. The actor’s portrayal of Freddie Mercury seemed spot on. Weaving a story of success and sadness. Freddie’s transformation from the beginning of the film as a misunderstood starving artist to a rock God is amazing. Watching a gentle soul slip into narcissism with success and ultimately return to his delicateness is a sight to see.
Queen was one of the greatest rock bands of all time. Freddie Mercury is one of the greatest musicians who ever lived. It’s wonderful that a movie was finally made that so beautifully detailed Queen’s success and Freddie Mercury’s life. The film itself is a work of art beautifully shot and destined to be a classic. I look to see it many times more.
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