This film was released on January 11, 2019, and is by director Bryan Singer. It starts off as a story about the beginning of the rock band Queen. It features performances by Rami Malek as the singer that had an extra set of incisors in his mouth who joins an unknown band and turned it into a supergroup.
Farrokh Balsara who changes his name to Freddie Mercury shows off his amazing vocals on all the major hit songs from Queen and the film shows us also a rare inside look at a rock band in the 1970s.
The film follows the band’s early beginnings of struggling to make ends meet to a meteoric rise in popularity in just a few years. The film also follows Freddie Mercury’s private life from his marriage to his wife to his realization that he was bisexual.
From Freddie’s wild parties to the realization that he had AIDS, this film gives an intimate look at Freddie Mercury’s personal life. The soundtrack was exceptionally well done and for a fan of Queen, it seems to be the ultimate tribute to a rock band that is still popular to this day.
What you can expect from this film is a range of emotions that can be categorized as a rollercoaster of a ride that ends in tragedy. It is a film worth watching in my opinion and from the rave reviews, I’m not the only one who enjoyed watching it.