Okay so if you do only one thing this weekend, you must go see ‘Bohemian Rhapsody” I absolutely loved it. At the press screening I attended, the audience consisting of guild and press must have applauded for over five minutes which is really something for them. If you’re not a fan of Freddie Mercurio you will be after you see this sensational film.
This is the story of the man with a man with a vast craving for sex and drugs and rock ‘n’ roll, and who had an abnormally debauched X-rated lifestyle, But that’s not important in this biopic. British singer, songwriter and record producer Freddie Mercury — frontman of Queen, the band that fused rock with camp, opera, disco, pop, and the film title’s eponymous theatrical ballad — is one of the greatest rock stars of our time and this entertaining film shows you why.
You get to see the creative process of Mercury and the band — how they came to write their songs, how they got their ideas — which helps us understand the group’s deep connection to each other. Anthony McCarten’s screenplay chronicles the meteoric rise of Queen starting in the 1970s up until their astounding performance at Live Aid at Wembley stadium in 1985 (that recreated scene alone is worth the price of admission).
For my full review go to StageandCinema.com/2018/10/23/bohemian-rhapsody
Now after seeing such an excellent film, you probably will be hungry and want to go somewhere to not only discuss the movie to to stuff your face. And for that I highly recommend this fabulously delicious establishment…SAGE VEGAN BISTRO. it has three locations:
- 1700 West Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles
- 4130 Sepulveda Blvd. Culver City, West Los Angeles
- 41 Hugus Alley in Pasadena.
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