Bohemian Rhapsody Review: This is not a Film, it’s a Miracle!
Bohemian Rhapsody is strictly and strictly a film for a hardcore Queen and Freddie Mercury fan. I am a hardcore Queen and a Freddie fan, so this one becomes an automatic miracle for me!
Bohemian Rhapsody, when started production, went with loads of hurdles. There were so many back-outs starting from Sasha Baron Cohen (the original choice for Freddie Mercury) to director Dexter Fletcher citing creative differences and leaving the project. Finally, the film comes out.
No, the film do not concentrates on the ‘Sad’ part of Freddie because, i guess the makers never wanted to upset the Fans. Bohemian Rhapsody concentrates on the rise of Queen Band with Freddie’s back story.
Rami Malek takes up the exceptional role of Queen’s lead vocalist Freddie Mercury in the biopic and he does full justice to his part along with other talented actors. Yes! You do feel Freddie Mercury is for real throughout the film.
The final Live Aid performance with its technical brilliance, was the ideal ending to the film with the heart-touching performances of the actors to play their respective characters. A band full of life and content definitely did strike the right chords in the movie.
The scene in the pre-climax when Freddie comes back to the band and with a heavy heart, he admits, he has AIDS will surely make you cry! It did to me.
Bohemian Rhapsody is not a film, it’s a Miracle! I thank the makers for making this film.