DVDs of the week
lot different to any other ambitious band, Reid asks. “We’re four misfits who don’t belong together playing to other misfits,” says Mercury.
Malek’s superb performance aside, Bohemian Rhapsody is a triumph because it knows who and what the real stars are here: the songs first, then Mercury. The former are followed from genesis to performance, each one a tale in its own right of a certain time and place. I defy anyone around at that time not to tap a toe or stamp a foot.
Singer ends, where else, where he began, with Live Aid. Excuse the horrible CGI in the crowd scenes and just drink in the performance.
Amandla Stenberg as Starr, caught between two worlds in The Hate U Give