Film critic explains why everybody wants to see the film 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

In the movie review, film critic Gayle Edmunds gives us the scoop about the 'Bohemian Rhapsody' movie.

Edmunds says that everybody wants to see the 'Bohemian Rhapsody' movie.

We love Queens music and cherish the memory of Freddie Mercury adds Edmunds.

He (Freddie Mercury) was such a unique and out there character but the film is not that.

Gayle Edmunds, film critic

Edmunds says that she didn't know that Mercury was a baggage handler.

When the leader of a band performing at a pub he frequented left, Mercury stepped up and told them he writes music adds Edmunds.

They do a great job of reminding us of how fantastic, wonderful, original, and magnificent the music was.

Gayle Edmunds, film critic

Edmunds says that Rami Malek worked hard on his role as and he did a spectacular job.

R10 says that Rami Malek is going to get an Oscar for that role.

Gayle Edmunds, film critic

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