Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)
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Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)


Genre
:
Drama | Music
Rating
:
8.1 / 10
Release Date
:
24 October 2018
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 15 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Singer Freddie Mercury, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and bass guitarist John Deacon take the music world by storm when they form the rock 'n' roll band Queen in 1970. Hit songs become instant classics. When Mercury's increasingly wild lifestyle starts to spiral out of control, Queen soon faces its greatest challenge yet – finding a way to keep the band together amid the success and excess.

Cast Overview :

Freddie Mercury
by: Rami Malek
Brian May
by: Gwilym Lee
Roger Taylor
by: Ben Hardy
John Deacon
by: Joseph Mazzello
Mary Austin
by: Lucy Boynton
John Reid
by: Aidan Gillen
Paul Prenter
by: Allen Leech
Jim Beach
by: Tom Hollander
Ray Foster
by: Mike Myers
Jim Hutton
by: Aaron McCusker
Jer Bulsara
by: Meneka Das
Bomi Bulsara
by: Ace Bhatti
Kashmira Bulsara
by: Priya Blackburn
David
by: Max Bennett
Bob Geldof
by: Dermot Murphy
Kenny Everett
by: Dickie Beau
Tim Staffell
by: Jack Roth
Mr. Austin
by: Neil Fox-Roberts
Cheryl
by: Jess Radomska
Shelley Stern
by: Michelle Duncan
Reporter 1
by: Ross Green
Reporter 2
by: Bruce Mackinnon
Reporter 3
by: Joshua Higgott
Reporter 4
by: Pat Lally
Reporter 5
by: William Owen
Reinhold Mack
by: Philip Andrew
RT Baker
by: Tim Plester
Brazilian Crewman
by: Felipe Bejarano
Heathrow Baggage Handler
by: Kieran Hardcastle
German TV Journalist
by: Martin Oelbermann
Hospital Doctor
by: Ian Gabriel Dumdum
Young Man at Clinic
by: Matt Greenwood
TV Director
by: Royce Cronin
A & R Man
by: James MacLaren
Smile Audience Member
by: Andrew Bowerman
Live Aid Organiser
by: Drew P.
Roger's Girlfriend 1
by: Haf Gibson
Roger's Girlfriend 2
by: Honor Hellon
Dominique
by: Rosy Benjamin
Chrissie
by: Leila Crerar
Veronica
by: Katherine Newman
Young Farrokh Bulsara
by: Adam Rauf
Engineer at Studio
by: Peter Howe
Live TV Director
by: John Ottman
Technical Director
by: James Wallace
Larry Mullen Jr. (uncredited)
by: Matthew Houston
Steve (uncredited)
by: Scott Morrison Watson
Floor Manager (uncredited)
by: Devlin Lloyd
Video Producer (uncredited)
by: Stefan Kopiecki
Voice Doctor (uncredited)
by: Garry Summers
Freddie's Lover (uncredited)
by: Matthew Fredricks
Freddie's Former Lover (uncredited)
by: Ian Jareth Williamson
Raver (uncredited)
by: Adam Lazarus
NYC Meatpacker (uncredited)
by: Lasco Atkins
VIP Party Guest (uncredited)
by: Johanna Thea
Man at Truck Stop (uncredited)
by: Adam Lambert

Member Reviews :

If _Bohemian Rhapsody_ is so great, why was the best part of it Tom Hollander saying a single word? Don't get me wrong, Rami Malek deserves props for the role, that much is true (less perhaps than he's been getting, but still, props). But beyond that, _Bohemian Rhapsody_ is bland, choppy, arguably even offensive. There **might** be some value in one of those sing-along type deals if you can get enough Queen fans together for one, but I'll never know, because I have no interest in re-watching this. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._
  Gimly
If _Bohemian Rhapsody_ is so great, why was the best part of it Tom Hollander saying a single word? Don't get me wrong, Rami Malek deserves props for the role, that much is true (less perhaps than he's been getting, but still, props). But beyond that, _Bohemian Rhapsody_ is bland, choppy, arguably even offensive. There **might** be some value in one of those sing-along type deals if you can get enough Queen fans together for one, but I'll never know, because I have no interest in re-watching this. Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product.
  Gimly
Bohemian Rhapsody is not a biography of Freddie Mercury, nor a biopic of Queen. It's a story based on a selection of key events occurring between the formation of the band and their appearance at Live Aid. As a Queen fan I found this film utterly engrossing and enjoyable. The acting brilliantly invokes the characters in the band and the music provides a thumping rhythm to carry the story along. Queen aficionados may be affronted by the out of sequence music performances and the highly selective approach to the story telling but if you can see past that, you'll enjoy a storming film with a spine-tingling conclusion as the Live Aid performance is brilliantly recreated.
  Richard_a_Kirk