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Bohemian Rhapsody [4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray] - £4.69 @ Amazon

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Biographical drama following the life of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury (Rami Malek). When relatively unknown English band Smile discover young singer Freddie Mercury just at the time their frontman walks out, everyone's hopes lift as they finally find the sound they had been missing. Changing their name to Queen, the band become determined to get their music on the radio but find the task increasingly difficult. When they realise their ambitions of becoming a successful band, Freddie shocks everyone by expressing an interest in a solo career. As they are invited to perform at the charity Live Aid concert, will Freddie return to his roots and the band that made him famous or will his AIDS diagnosis stop him from performing? The cast also includes Ben Hardy as Roger Taylor, Gwilym Lee as Brian May and Tom Hollander as Queen manager Jim Beach.

Number Of Discs: 2
Format: 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray
Certificate UK: 12
Duration: 134 minutes

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    When I purchased this for £9 I thought it was a bargain. Still haven't got round to opening it yet. Oh well. Voted hot OP
    Know the feeling, i've got umpteen Nintendo switch games i bought over a year ago that sit unopened. This is defo worth a watch though if you haven't seen it.
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    Great film, Rami is excellent in this
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    Bought yestrday on ebay for £4.24
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    Does it come with a slip?
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    after watching this I realized that I didn't like the lead singer but the rest of the guys were ok    
    Yeah when the same actor played villain in James bond I couldn't have him as Freddie anymore.
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    Great film, great price. I'm just about to buy a night at the opera on vinyl!
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    Good movie if you know nothing about Queen. There's an awful lot of inaccuracies in it.