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TolunaTeam

  3 months ago

July Movie Results are in - share your review!
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Hello Influencers!

You voted and we got the results! The movie up for review this month is……Bohemian Rhapsody!

Below shows how to participate and possibly earn up to a total of 6,000 points!

1- Write a review for the selected movie that is at least 150 words which is about 9 lines in a paragraph

2- Post the review in a comment to this topic

3- If you write a review that is at least 150 words, we will give you 1000 points to your account *

4- Check out the upcoming Toluna Magazine, the July issue and see if you got featured in the pages! If you got featured you will get an extra 5000 points!

Let the Movie Club Begin!

*Note- in order to get the points you must submit your review by Thursday, July 11th.
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k6423413p

  2 months ago
I found "Bohemian Rapsedy" to be one of those movies that I will watch again and again until its recognized as a classic. I've always loved true stories and especially enjoyed true stories about musical artists., Like its predecessors ("Sweet Dreams", "Great Balls of Fire", "La Bamba", "What's Love Got To Do With It", "Walk the Line", and so on) "Bohemian Rhapsody" made me want to find out more behind the band. Although I have always listened to them I really seem to get into the music more after seeing how it was produced. This movie did not let me done at all. I am more interested in the band now having seen the portrayal of "Freddie Mercury by Rami Malek. This movie brings the serious and recently acknowledged topic of sexual identification and sexual preference into focus. I would definitely watch it again and recommend for anyone to see. If you weren't a fan of Queen before I believe if nothing else this movie will give you a well deserved respect for the band and their music.
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chasity_dale

  3 months ago
There's a scene in "Bohemian Rhapsody" I keep coming back to, because it's symbolic of the film's problems, not just with its presentation of Queen, but of Freddie Mercury, the legendary lead singer and the greatest frontman of all time. (I'd say "arguably" but for me there's no argument.) One night, Freddie Mercury (an extraordinary Rami Malek), missing the excitement of touring, throws a costume ball in his mansion. Dressed in an ermine cloak and a crown, he swings through the crowd, made up of men in various degrees of fabulous drag. The other members of Queen—lead guitarist Brian May (Gwilym Lee), drummer Roger Taylor (Ben Hardy), and bassist John Deacon (Joseph Mazzello)—sit together, visibly uncomfortable. Freddie greets them rapturously, and one of them says stiffly, "This isn't really our scene, Freddie." Later that night, Freddie hits on a waiter named Jim (Aaron McCusker), who rebuffs him, saying, "Call me when you like yourself."
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takilby1

  3 months ago
I can’t stop telling my friends and family about Bohemian Rhapsody! Growing up listening to Queen’s music and I never knew how they started, how brilliant of a songwriter Freddie was, how close the band mates were to each other, his intense love for his girlfriend and his struggles to get emotionally connected to others. The movie was such a gripping view of his life. Just goes to show you that fame and fortune can’t bring you friends. Now when I hear “We are the Champions”, I feel like I am listening to Freddie’s journal... He/they were amazing!!
The actors they used did an amazing job! The guitarist almost looked spit on to the actual person. I was so immersed into Freddie’s life that I actually didn’t want the movie to end. I had to go immediately to the internet and read more about Freddie’s life, his family, his love.
This movie is a must see!!
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krizluvzu212

  3 months ago
I absolutely loved this movie! Like loved loved! I’m not a Queen fan at all and was reluctant to even watch it for that reason but I was surprised with how many songs I actually knew. It was such a “must watch” movie. The story line was fabulous. Being that I wasn’t a fan of Queen, I loved the movie and learning all about the story behind it all. The music was amazing too! I saw it twice in the theatres and now I own it and have watched it many times. I would recommend it to anyone who is in need of a good movie for “movie night”. Get ready to get hooked and watch it on replay because that’s just how great it is! I truly feel it is great for all ages although some scenes aren’t for children in my
Opinion
The acting was amazing ! They truly
Picked perfect actors for the parts also
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M6263727p

  3 months ago
I think Bohemian Rhapsody is a decent movie. It is something that made me interested to find out more about Freddie. I think is life story was able to change the few or thoughts some had about him. I initially wondered if this film would make my opinion of Queen better or worse.
When the trailers began, I didn't think the story of Queen would be able to fill the blanks I had about Freddie. I like Queen. I think the history and lifestyles of individuals were horrible. I was saddened to see all of the pain and hurt that came from many of the actions taken. I thought about what stardom does to many. I also thought about gay rights and hate people show. This movie was a thriller and heartbreaker. I'm not sure if I would watch it again. This film mad me do more research about things I may have missed and things I didn't know.
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Jengstrom

  3 months ago
this movie changed my life.i will remember it for the rest of my life,that's for sure.the best movie i have ever see.
I completely fell in love with the character of Lady Gaga and not only because of her excellent voice, but because she had a generally friendly, affectionate but savage person. However, with the character of Bradley Cooper, I struggled to connect, mainly because of the way I would treat Lady Gaga in various parts of the film and how she made no effort to try to overcome her personal problems.
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J5174904

  3 months ago
“A Star is Born" is a recently released film starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. I cannot begin to explain the intensity and emotion I felt whilst watching this movie with my eyes glued to the screen. Bradley Cooper (also one of the main actors) truly outdid himself when directing this movie and people were rushing to the cinema and raving about this 1970's remake before it was even released on October 4th this year. The film tells of a successful singer, songwriter (Bradley Cooper) who falls in love with an ordinary aspiring singer (Lady Gaga). Whilst Lady Gaga blesses us with her magnificent voice and rises to fame, Bradley Cooper deals with personal struggles that he is unable to contain. I personally enjoyed the film especially as I got to see one of my favourite artists sing out loud various songs although as a younger viewer I did find certain parts boring and found it difficult to find the movie entertaining as the plot struggled to get a move on. I did find that with the cinematography, there wasn't much use of different camera angles and techniques such as special effects, montages etc. I completely fell in love with Lady Gaga's character and not just because of her outstanding voice but because she had a generally kind, caring yet wild persona. Bradley Cooper's character however, I struggled to connect with mostly because of the way he would treat Lady Gaga in various parts of the film and how he put no effort in trying to get past his personal struggles. Overall I would reccomend checking out this film if you're a young adult and above as I believe you would enjoy and may be able to relate to this movie on a higher level than say, a teenager or child.
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johnd1

  3 months ago
i think rocket man was a very sentimental movie about elton john .It showed the hard times he had growing up with two parents that were very selfish and cruel. It took alot of patience to grow up and be so talented.
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joeant357

  3 months ago
A classic which of course is valued over all others there is no feelings better than the ones that happens when you're young and all those memories can't be substituted especially the feelings when a person was good for real oh how that feeling strikes the best nerve there is and will be nothing better ever
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galicbro1

  3 months ago
Let me just start off by saying that the music brings back childhood memories. Its one of the movies I will cherish for a lifetime because it was the last movie me and my dad went to see together before he passed away. I loved the music the effects and the actors and actresses. I now own the movie and plan on making a movie night with my kids so they can enjoy this movie like I did.
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