Tuesday, 30 October 2018

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY - podcast review out now


With a troubled production, Queen biography Bohemian Rhapsody sets to become a crowd pleaser, but can it really do much better then just putting on one of the bands records? Directed by Bryan Singer (with much help from Dexter Fletcher and cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel), the film tries to be a tale of the band, but is irresistibly drawn to Freddie Mercury's story. With the film being in two minds about what it wants to be, it trudges it's way through the plot and is held afloat by Rami Malek's spot on performance and, of course, the music.

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Intro and outro music by Leigh Spence of Dancing with the Gatekeepers and The Leigh Spence Moment.


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