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Have you seen the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody"? What did you think?

I've been planning to watch it but Steemit and Musing are keeping me away from movies.

However, I've heard a comment on the radio a week ago about the movie. The commenter said there were some pretty harsh reviews regarding Rami Malek's performance. Looks like people were expecting to see Freddie Mercury in person and can't accept the fact that an actor can't be identical with Freddie Mercury.

I'm going to watch it as soon as possible because I'm a fan of Rami Malek, I think he's very talented and am curious to see his performance.

I'm also a great fan of Freddie Mercury, he's a legend who's revolutionised the music industry with his exception performances. He left us a valuable heritage.


Spoiler for those who haven't watched the Bohemian Rhapsody movie

what exactly is the bohemian film Rhapsody?

The film tells the story of the life of Freddie Mercury, the main vocalist of the band "Queen" starting from the initial background, how he can find personnel from the of "band Queen" to a tragic and heartbreaking love story. In my opinion, stories about the background and music videos that are made are quite accurate because they follow the original. But as usual, the film is indeed made a little dramatized from the life process of the character in such a way that it is interesting to watch. To find out the details of the story exactly as real life or not, you have to ask people who are part of Freddie Mercury life.

My personal opinion about this film is?

I like the band Queen from a small and like the movie too. Why? The value of the film story  with the song that was created made me want to say:

"I would never listen to Queen Song the same way again after I watched Bohemian Rhapsody"

In short, before and after watching this film, the Queen song feels different. Feel more sad than usual. The value I gave for this film from a scale of 1-10 is a value of 9


I saw a pirated copy. It was pretty low quality. All I could see was a little silhouetto of a man.