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Bohemian Rhapsody

2018  135 MN


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Bryan Singer
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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.

 Release Date

October 24, 2018

 Runtime

2h15m (135 min)

 Budget

$ 52,000,000

 Revenue

$ 918,355,943


 Top Billed Cast

 Rami Malek
 Freddie Mercury
 Gwilym Lee
 Brian May
 Ben Hardy
 Roger Taylor
 Joseph Mazzello
 John Deacon
 Lucy Boynton
 Mary Austin
 Aidan Gillen
 John Reid


 Written by

Peter Morgan Story
Anthony McCarten Story
Anthony McCarten Writer

 Tagline

Fearless lives forever

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 Cast

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

 Crew


Newton Thomas Sigel
  Director of Photography
Jim Beach
  Producer
Robert De Niro
  Producer
Graham King
  Producer
Bryan Singer
  Producer
Brian May
  Producer
Denis O'Sullivan
  Executive Producer
Jane Rosenthal
  Executive Producer
Arnon Milchan
  Executive Producer
Julian Day
  Costume Design
Aaron Haye
  Production Design
David Hindle
  Supervising Art Director
Hannah Moseley
  Art Direction
Alice Sutton
  Art Direction
Richard Hewitt
  Co-Producer
Peter Oberth
  Producer
Roger Taylor
  Producer
Brian May
  Music Producer
Roger Taylor
  Music Producer
Becky Bentham
  Music Supervisor
Peter Morgan
  Story
Anthony McCarten
  Story
Susie Figgis
  Casting
Anna Lynch-Robinson
  Set Decoration
Claire Frayn
  Third Assistant Director
Jack Ravenscroft
  First Assistant Director
Dexter Fletcher
  Executive Producer
Alistair Hawkins
  Sound Effects Editor
Andy Kennedy
  Sound Effects Editor
Alastair Sirkett
  Sound Effects Editor
John Warhurst
  Supervising Sound Editor
Paul Massey
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Jenny Basen
  Visual Effects Producer
Tim Field
  Visual Effects Producer
Carl Grinter
  Visual Effects Producer
Becky Roberts
  Visual Effects Producer
Paul Norris
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Sian Evans
  Costume Supervisor
Charlotte Hutchings
  Assistant Art Director
Olly Williams
  Assistant Art Director
Claire Shakespeare
  Art Direction
Marco Anton Restivo
  Art Direction
Rachel Aulton
  Standby Art Director
Valentina Romano
  Art Department Coordinator
Jo Hawthorne
  Construction Manager
Terry Woods
  Property Master
Douglas Ingram
  Storyboard Artist
Hamish Doyne-Ditmas
  Camera Operator
Peter Robertson
  Camera Operator
Adam Sculthorp
  Aerial Camera
Dani Rose
  Drone Pilot
Tom Campbell
  Electrician
Seth Crosby
  Electrician
Ryan Taggart
  First Assistant Camera
Francesco Ferrari
  First Assistant Camera
Ian Coffey
  First Assistant Camera
Michael Green
  Focus Puller
Lee Walters
  Gaffer
Callum Watt
  Grip
Gary Hutchings
  Key Grip
Sean Rogers
  Libra Head Technician
Jamie Bruce
  Lighting Technician
Rina Yang
  Second Unit Director of Photography
Peter Robertson
  Steadicam Operator
Alex Bailey
  Still Photographer
Alice Stevens
  Electrician
Kirsty Kinnear
  Casting Associate
Jan Sewell
  Hair Designer
Renata Gilbert
  Hair Supervisor
Rebecca Cole
  Hair Supervisor
Julio Parodi
  Key Hair Stylist
Jan Sewell
  Makeup Designer
Luisa Ridge
  Makeup & Hair
Nataša Nikolić
  Makeup & Hair
Charlie Hounslow
  Makeup & Hair
Louie Zakarian
  Makeup & Hair
Valter Casotto
  Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Love Larson
  Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Eva von Bahr
  Prosthetic Makeup Artist
David Malinowski
  Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Emma Stokes
  Costumer
Nadia Merabti
  Principal Costumer
Kate Laver
  Set Costumer
Sascha Dhillon
  Associate Editor
Greg Fisher
  Colorist
Doychin Margoevski
  Colorist
Danielle El-Hendi
  First Assistant Editor
Gareth Parry
  Online Editor
Charlotte Wright
  Location Manager
John W. Wheatley
  Music Consultant
Jonathan Connaught
  Music Coordinator
Neil Stemp
  Music Editor
John Warhurst
  Supervising Music Editor
Jon Baker
  Armorer
Sam Dormer
  Armorer
Dino Fazzani
  Armorer
Liam McCartney
  Armorer
Catherine Francis
  Assistant Accountant
Maria Fernanda Llamosa
  Assistant Accountant
Hayleigh Roberts
  Assistant Production Coordinator
Valerie Rose
  Assistant Production Coordinator
Iona Westlake
  Assistant Production Coordinator
William Conacher
  Dialect Coach
Hugh O'Shea
  Dialect Coach
Nick Trumble
  Dialect Coach
Alex Kerr
  First Assistant Accountant
Sarah Lyall
  Payroll Accountant
Maryllis Gonzalez
  Payroll Accountant
Paul B. Gibbs
  Production Accountant
Fraser Grant
  Production Accountant
Carmen Marina
  Production Assistant
Charles Redif
  Production Assistant
Dougal Mackenzie Smith
  Production Assistant
Josephina van Leeuwen
  Production Assistant
Adele Steward
  Production Coordinator
Nicola Bisello
  Production Secretary
Danielle Rogers
  Production Secretary
Rowena Ladbury
  Script Supervisor
Cathy Doubleday
  Script Supervisor
Moira Houlihan
  Unit Publicist
Ben Hicks
  2D Supervisor
Jason McDonald
  Pre-Visualization Supervisor
Simona De Angelis
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Paige Andrews
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Phil Eldridge
  Visual Effects Editor
Joseph Farrant
  Visual Effects Editor
James Noorani
  Visual Effects Editor
Balendu Kurup
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Bryan Singer
  Director
Tim Cavagin
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
John Casali
  Production Sound Mixer
Mark Coulier
  Prosthetic Supervisor
Marzenna Fus-Mickiewicz
  Makeup Artist
Charles Gillies
  Costume Assistant
Talulah Mason
  Costume Assistant
James Shuttleworth
  Costume Assistant
Sarah Dutton
  Costumer
Yanika Waters
  Wardrobe Supervisor
Chris Francis
  Color Assistant
Jonas Jangvad
  Color Assistant
Aaron Coot
  Dailies Operator
Jonathan Smiles
  Dailies Technician
Leigh Myers
  Digital Intermediate
Sacha Jones
  Additional First Assistant Camera
Russel Torode
  Additional Second Assistant Camera
Nick Ray
  Best Boy Grip
Dan Carling
  Digital Imaging Technician
Chris Belcher
  Digital Imaging Technician
Oliver Hadlow-Martin
  Digital Imaging Technician
Andy Edridge
  Dolly Grip
Ionut Apetroae
  Electrician
James Paul Thomas
  Second Assistant Camera
Warren Parkinson
  Assistant Property Master
Mark Wilkinson
  Carpenter
John W. Wheatley
  Props
Simon Hutchings
  Standby Painter
Lucy Howe
  Set Decoration
Mark Holt
  Special Effects Supervisor
Adrian Bennett
  Special Effects Technician
Thomas Lloyd
  Special Effects Technician
Mark Weatherbe
  Special Effects Technician
Sullivan Richard
  Matte Painter
Tom White
  Second Unit First Assistant Director
Zoe Liang
  Second Unit First Assistant Director
Gayle Dickie
  Second Assistant Director
Sam Rook
  Second Assistant Director
Niv Adiri
  Additional Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Lizzie Campbell-Kelly
  ADR Coordinator
Mark Appleby
  ADR Mixer
George Atkins
  ADR Mixer
Linda Brenon
  ADR Mixer
Rory de Carteret
  ADR Mixer
Mike Tehrani
  ADR Mixer
Mark DeSimone
  ADR Mixer
Kristin Catuogno
  ADR Recordist
Lottie Wade
  ADR Recordist
Louise Burton
  Assistant Sound Editor
Jens Rosenlund Petersen
  Dialogue Editor
Peter Burgis
  Foley Artist
Zoe Freed
  Foley Artist
Adam Bourne
  Foley Editor
Glen Gathard
  Foley Mixer
Jemma Riley-Tolch
  Foley Mixer
Nina Hartstone
  Supervising ADR Editor
Nina Hartstone
  Supervising Dialogue Editor
Thomas Phillips-Howard
  Animation
Vanessa Baker
  ADR Voice Casting
Madison Westwood
  Assistant Music Supervisor
Matt Curtis
  Title Designer
Michael Schaefer
  Production Executive
Donald Sabourin
  Line Producer
Anthony McCarten
  Writer
John Ottman
  Editor
Elliot Graham
  Editor


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Bites the dust
By DJ on February 22, 2019
 4

BIOPRODUCT
"Bohemian Rhapsody" is a typical average Hollywood biopic product, a bioproduct, telling a more or less precise and packaged story but failing to even scratch the surface. As usual, band members are uninteresting secondary characters, while the main protagonist is heavily featured but nowhere to be seen. Do I know anything more about Freddy Mercury after having watched this 2 hours and 15 minutes film? Not at all. That's why documentaries or biographies are usually much more interesting. You can try to add as much make-up as you want, our eyes and soul crave for reality, the same way we cannot sustain watching an add-lip so-called performance.

THE PROCESS OF IDEAS
One thing I particularly disliked was the scenes in which the band was creating music. Actually, they were more discovering God-like songs, as if those were given in multiple Eureka! moments. As a musician myself, there is definitely a beyond beautiful moment where you find "it". But it comes from working, not from sitting around and suddenly getting "it" just by thinking about it. You sit behind a piano, start playing and when doing the work, it comes. You don't look at the sky and get hammered by a hit song. It was even worse when the band is telling the music producer that they will perform a magnificent Opera-like album, without having even worked anything yet and with the certainty of an album that was actually already produced. This is the post-everything movie. You can sense that it has been frabricated based on an already existing storyline.

NO STORY
But to me, the worst thing of all is very simple, and you may not have thought about it while watching the film. What was the actual story of the movie? What was the morale? Any story must say something, or maybe even purposely saying nothing. But here, it doesn’t purposely decides to tell nothing, it actually tries so much to say something, but there’s really nothing at all. Is it Freddy Mercury having a wife and keeping her as a friend? Not so much. Is it about Mercury finally getting the approval of his father? Nope.
Even though the movies The Doors (Oliver Stone) and Gainsbourg : Vie Héroïque (Joann Sfar) were not critically acclaimed, at least those films actually told a story, usually through the lense of something original: the spiritual nature of Jim Morrison in the first and the darker side of Serge Gainsbourg, literally following him from his childhood.

STILL... FUN
But clearly, as a big fan of Queen - who isn't? - I had fun watching the film, and I must admit that the last sequence at the Live Aid concert was really joyful.

SUMMARY
I give it 4 out of 10. A typical Hollywood biopic, with the exact same qualities and problems.

And by the way, "I'm In Love With My Car" is an excellent song...


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

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.


Richard Kirk

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.


Martha

Rami was beyond superb at bringing the light that was Freddie to life again. I almost couldn't tell the difference. It was so well done. Perfection. I wish all real life bio-pics could be as heartwarming, heartbreaking, and fun as this. We miss and love you Freddie.


GenerationofSwine

I was scared to see this, mainly because most Biopics paint people in an absolutely horrible light and Queen was one of my favorite bands and Freddie one of my favorite rock vocalists. I was ready to rant and rave if it turned out to be a smear campaign of one of my rock heroes.

Fortunately it wasn't, it was actually a fair treatment of all of them. And, in fact, it was really generous towards May, but then he wasn't the focus of the film.

And the cast actually looked like Queen. So that is a plus. Everyone did a great job and props have to go out to Rami Malek, he would have been great if they gave him actual dialogue.

So why the single star? Honestly, it's because of the trailer. As in, if you saw the trailer you pretty much have already seen the movie. Not just the highlights, but the entire movie.

Queen was an epic band. Bohemian Rhapsody was an epic song. But Bohemian Rhapsody the movie has absolutely no meat on it.

You walk in with high hopes, and the cast is great, but the movie as a whole is a let down. It ends at Live Aid (as it probably should) but even then it doesn't seem anywhere near as epic a finale as it should have been for such a memorable and lauded performance.

Ultimately, there should have been more to it.


Filipe Manuel Neto

**A good film about one of the great rock bands of the 20th century.**

This is one of those films that was made with the fans of a personality in mind, more than the rest of the public. This, however, is not exactly a problem in my eyes, it is rather a characteristic of this film, common to other biographical films that are centered on very popular figures such as sportsmen, musicians or others.

Directed by Bryan Singer, the film covers the journey of the notable rock band “Queen” and its lead singer, Freddie Mercury, who immortalized himself with memorable performances and a sense of stage and spectacle that only big stars possess. Mercury was also notable for being one of the first major superstars to openly embrace his homosexuality and die of AIDS. As a biography, it is a very acceptable film and, as far as I was able to understand, it respects the essential aspects of the lives and artistic path of those concerned. Of course, being a film about a rock band, we cannot ignore the soundtrack, where we have the band's most famous and recognizable songs, and we can see a reenactment of the famous live performance they did at “Live Aid” in 1985, a one of the most acclaimed live musical performances ever in rock history.

Obviously, the film was fated to financial success and, without any major surprises, and after weeks of advertising investment, it found great support from the public and became one of the biggest box office successes of that year. Critics also had no major objections and the film arrived at the Oscars as one of the favorites: out of a total of five nominations, it won four statuettes (Best Actor, Best Editing, Best Sound Mixing and Best Sound Editing) losing only for Best Film.

In fact, in addition to the good songs and good script, the film offers us one of the best performances by Rami Malek, an actor who couldn't be better suited for the role of Freddie Mercury. In addition to all the physical similarities that he took advantage of to embody the character, he managed to interpret him in a dignified and respectful way, without transforming “his” Freddie into a kind of cheap imitation of the real person. However, as I watched the film, I couldn't help but feel that Malek was the only one in the scene who deserved the spotlight, and that the film lacked an equally good supporting cast that would give some charisma to the remaining band members, transformed into in extras in a story where only Mercury was taken into consideration.



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