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I know that I haven't the slightest idea of what Freddie's life was like, but this was an amazing movie and it even brought me into tears. I could see the pain that Freddie went through because of how well he was played by Malek. He made it seem so real and I don't think any other actor could have played Freddie better. I honestly was crying for like 30 minutes after the movie. In my opinion, that was the best $6 dollars I've spent. I want to watch it over and over again. The acting was fantastic and I couldn't ask for anything better. Thank you to the creators of this movie for keeping Freddie's legacy alive. I'm now obsessed with Mercury and his music.
I saw this in the theater in December, a christmas gift from my 2 yr old grandson. I loved it SO much i was looking for a way to rate the trailer even !!! I know its at a "purchase only" stage but still. If i had the $ id get it in a heartbeat. I dont care about historical inaccuracies, i just want to enjoy someones interpretation of THE best frontman EVER. Its not only about Freddie for me, I adore Brian May and the other bandmates as well. It brings me joy. Thats enough for me. ✌💜✌
I've seen this movie twice already, and I will definitely watch it again. Though Rami Malek (deservedly) gets the most credit for his phenomenal portrayal of a rock legend such as Freddie Mercury, the entire cast was on point when it came to even little things that the band did. Every little detail was planned out so meticulously, and I believe this movie deserves far more credit than it has received. As a Queen super fan myself, I believe that Freddie Mercury would be very proud to have this movie as his biopic.
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