Bohemian Rhapsody: Epic, Mediocre, or Somewhere in Between?

“Rami Malek absolutely steals the show in his enthralling performance of the legendary lead singer of Queen, Freddie Mercury.” …

The Run-Down on Movies

As we draw closer and closer to Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremonies, I am beginning to round out my recap of the 8 Best Picture nominations. With “Bohemian Rhapsody,” we are now looking to the penultimate review on the list.

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To start things off, I am going to personally note that I am honestly very surprised by the fact that this film even garnered a Best Picture nomination. I thoroughly enjoyed it myself as a fan of Queen, but I will certainly admit that without this positive baggage, I would not have been impacted nearly as deeply. Nevertheless, there is much to be taken away from this motion picture.

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Despite turmoil both on-set and off-set with director Bryan Singer, the end result of “Bohemian Rhapsody” is undoubtedly a respectable one. Rami Malek absolutely steals the show in his enthralling performance of the legendary lead singer of Queen, Freddie Mercury. Backed up…

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