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Rolling Stone
8.5

Put Rami Malek high on the list for best film performances of 2018. As Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of the British band Queen, the Mr. Robot star performs miracles

Read review Peter Travers
Cinemanía
7.0

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ABC
6.0

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Fotogramas
5.5

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El País
5.0

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El Periódico
4.0

Read review Beatriz Martínez
El Mundo
3.0

Read review Luis Martínez
New York Post
2.5

'Bohemian Rhapsody' is not the Freddie Mercury biopic we deserve (...) 'Rhapsody' has a shallow script, oversize performances and looks like it was shot in a sauna

Read review Johnny Oleksinski
The New Yorker
7.0

Malek does an impressive job of re-creating Mercury's moves onstage, but the core of the performance is Malek's intensely thoughtful, insight-rich channelling of Mercury's hurt, his alienation and isolation even at the height of his fame.

Read review Richard Brody
Screen Daily
7.0

Rami Malek is a standout in this compulsively watchable Queen band biopic (...) 'Bohemian Rhapsody' dominated by Rami Malek?s magnetic, frisky and unexpectedly poignant performance as the late lead singer

Read review Tim Grierson
Empire
6.0

Like Queen, 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is three parts good but not terribly exciting, and one part absolute joyful, fabulous entertainment that makes you forget everything else around it

Read review Olly Richards
Variety
5.5

So with a performance as commanding as Rami Malek?s at its center, why isn?t ?Bohemian Rhapsody? a better movie? (...) is a conventional, middle-of-the-road, cut-and-dried, play-it-safe, rather fuddy-duddy old-school biopic, a movie that skitters through events instead of sinking into them

Read review Owen Gleiberman
The Guardian
4.0

Rami Malek?s impersonation adds a kind of magic to this Queen-produced rock slog with a troubling moralistic subtext.

Read review Steve Rose
Indiewire
3.0

Rami Malek does a convincing job of reanimating one of rock's greatest frontmen, but that isn't enough to save this feature-length Queen ad.

Read review David Ehrlich
Screen Crush
3.0

Singer never gets beyond the superficial to tell us anything profound or meaningful about Queen or Freddie Mercury or the perils of rock stardom

Read review Matt Singer
The Wrap

An object example of how a film can be entertaining and even exhilarating without being particularly good (...) As a biopic of flamboyantly theatrical gay frontman Freddie Mercury, the movie frequently falls short, but it does provide interesting origin stories for many of the hits created by Mercury?s band Queen

Read review Alonso Duralde