Hey 3.5 readers. I’m going to reblog my reviews of the Oscar nominees. First up, Bohemian Rhapsody.
Scaramouche, 3.5 readers. Scaramouche indeed.
BQB here with a review of “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
As a young man, Farrokh Bulsara had a ridiculous, almost supernatural and unwavering level of confidence in himself. Where most of us reach our late teens and early twenties and decide selling out our dreams in exchange for financial stability is the safest way to go, Farrokh, who later changes and embraces his new name, Freddie Mercury, has talent and believes in himself intensely.
All he needs is an opportunity and he finds it in the form of a struggling band. College students Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon are on the rocks and about to call it quits when Freddie confidently sings a few notes in front of them and the rest is history.
Freddie is a showman’s showman and the front man to end all front men. As Queen’s star rises, he engages the audience…
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