Bohemian Rhapsody

“Much of the emphasis in Bryan Singer's Queen biopic is on late frontman Mercury, played by a resplendent Rami Malek, fake buck teeth and all. His fellow band members get some screen time too: guitarist Brian May (Gwilym Lee), drummer Roger Taylor (Ben Hardy) and bassist John Deacon (Joseph Mazzello).

“Yet there’s one divine scene that shows how these “four misfits who don’t belong together,” to quote the screen Mercury, managed to rise above petty differences. It’s when Deacon unveils the irresistible disco bass riff to “Another One Bites the Dust,” and his bandmates immediately stop arguing and start grooving.

Mercury’s tragic death from AIDS in 1991 at age 45, long after the band’s 1970s-’80s heyday, is respectfully observed but not to the point of overwhelming the film’s basic feel-good vibe. Ditto for his sexual enthusiasms. The two main loves of Freddie’s life, Mary Austin (Lucy Boynton) and Jim Hutton (Aaron McCusker), are given more than cameo status, enough to show how much they mattered to Mercury.” - The Toronto Star

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