'Bohemian Rhapsody' Is A Film You Do Not Want To Miss Out On

'Bohemian Rhapsody' Is A Film You Do Not Want To Miss Out On

This film released my inner fan-girl and I'm not ashamed of it.


For those of you who still have not seen or have heard about Bohemian Rhapsody, you are missing out! Do yourself a favor and go see this movie! I LOVED it, and let me tell you why.

I have so much respect for filmmakers who can take a real story and retell it as accurately as possible. For this film, they went to the ends of the earth to make the audience feel like we were a part of this era of music. The colors, actors, and atmosphere as a whole were beautiful in my eyes. My eyes were glued onto the screen the entire way through because of these captivating elements.

Another huge appreciation I have for this movie is the acting itself, Rami Malek's to be exact. The man worked so hard on delivering Freddie Mercury just as he carried himself and did such a magnificent job at it. When watching the film, you can tell how hard Rami worked at becoming Freddie physically, emotionally, and spiritually. In my opinion, I could easily see Rami winning an award for his performance and would not be surprised if he did. I believe the making of this film will be the peak of his fame, for this is an iconic film based on the legendary game changer of music itself, Queen!

Now let me rant about my favorite part of the film altogether-the band performances. These simply took my breath away. Queen's music itself takes my breath away every time I listen to them, but imagine watching them IN PERSON, IN CONCERT. Imagine how that would've looked like and sounded, well guess what, you're in luck. If you weren't alive back then like myself, then at least you can have an idea of what it was like by seeing Bohemian Rhapsody in theaters.

Growing up, I could probably speak for my generation that we heard at least ONE of Queen's hits at every single school dance we went to. I can guarantee that more than half of my generation does not know the story of the band, how they came to be, and what happened to the musicians later on. This film could also mean a lot to the people (our parents) who were alive through this shift in music because they actually got to live through it and see for themselves, how much Queen impacted the music industry. They are capable of comparing their experience with this film's depiction which could be even more special for this particular audience.

Altogether, I am so excited that this movie was made to educate my generation and the future generations about this iconic band. I think this is something that should be solely focused on rather than the little things such as reenactment, accuracy, and events that were not touched on as deeply as they could've been. Not every film based on a true story is always told word by word, but as long as they were able to deliver the main takeaways that they would like the audience to absorb, then I think they have done their job.

If you would like to talk about Bohemian Rhapsody more in depth with me, please message me! I'd love to hear your opinion on it. Just remember that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and we all have different outlooks! Be courteous. Thanks for reading and have a great week everyone!

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You Need To Binge Watch These 8 Series Before You Die

5. BoJack Horseman


If you think you have run out of TV shows to watch on a lazy day at home, think again. These eight series are the ones that are a must watch and honestly might be some of the best of best. These are the eight series you must binge-watch before you die.

1. Breaking Bad

Widely consider the greatest TV series in history, Breaking Bad is a classic. This show has all the twists and turns that would come from being a Meth cook. Although only lasting 5 seasons, Breaking Bad is truly worth every second. All 5 seasons are available on Netflix.

2. The Wire


This was definitely a close second place behind Breaking Bad. The Wire is the greatest crime drama that has ever been done. The storylines get better and better every season, once again it only lasted five seasons. All five seasons are available on HBO.com.

3. The Sopranos 


This was a tough one to put behind The Wire, sorry all Soprano fans out there. This mob drama was truly epic. Maybe the most death filled show on this list, but my goodness it is worth it. The show went for 6 seasons and is available on HBO.com as well.

4. Mad Men


This one was hard to rank. Do I dare out this above The Wire or The Sopranos? Sorry, can't do it. Mad Men is great it is right behind the other heavyweights, but not by a lot. Mad Men lasted seven seasons and this was a wild ride from start to finish. Mad Men is available to stream on Netflix.

5. BoJack Horseman 


My dad would kill me for placing this within the top five, but hear me out. This show has everything you want from comedy that last for minutes to deep emotions that will leave your jaw dropped. Maybe, in the next few years, BoJack Horseman may crack the top three. All five seasons are available on Netflix.

6. The Walking Dead

Sorry Dad, I had to place this below BoJack. The Walking Dead has had a lot of success and it is still running, this show is very good. If you love zombies and consistent action with great storylines you will love The Walking Dead. Currently on Netflix and it is on AMC weekly.

7. Sons of Anarchy 


To me this series is very underrated. This series is a lot of fun and goes into the life of motorcycle gang lifestyles. this will keep you going with intense action, compelling storylines, and characters that you will always love. All seven seasons are available on Netflix.

8. Daredevil 


The man without fear has been tearing it up over the last few years. With the third season that just came out onto Netflix, Daredevil has proven to be one of the best Marvel shows to date. the action is off the charts and the storylines will have you on the edge. The first three seasons are available on Netflix.

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Every Potterhead Should Apparate To Universal Studios Orlando

It's no Hogwarts, but it is a close second.


It's no secret that the "Harry Potter" franchise has a large fan base that has spawned movies, video games, multiple lines of merchandise, and even a theater play in author J.K. Rowling's universe. Universal Studios Orlando decided to give Potterheads close to the real experience of Hogwarts when they announced a Harry Potter-themed park back in 2007. The Islands of Adventure park is home to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Hogsmeade and as of June 2014, a replica of the esteemed Hogwarts express was built that provides transport to visitors in the Universal Studios Florida park which has The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Diagon Alley. Best of both worlds.

There are no words that express how a young (or older) witch or wizard feels when they first enter either of the parks. The only word that I would use that could accurately describe how I felt was magical. There was such intricate detail where ever your eyes landed on and one felt like they were actually walking through a wizard village. The train ride on the Hogwarts Express encompasses the Dementor attack from Harry's third year.

In both parks, there are sensors in certain areas that react with different interactive wands that can be purchased. You have the ability to create magic within yourself with a little swish and flick. You don't have to say the incantation out loud because of the sensors, but who wouldn't? I received my interactive wand has a gift the Christmas before I went and it came with a map with all of the areas to cast spells. While not interactive, the theme parks have replicas of wands used by an array of different characters in the movies. The theme park of Diagon Alley is home to Ollivander's Wand Shop (it is also in Hogsmeade, but supposed to be in Diagon Alley in canon) where Harry Potter received his first wand and wands can choose their witch or wizard.

Fans can try butterbeer and pumpkin juice! I can say that I have tried both and ended up not liking either of them (which made me super upset), I am still happy to brag that I had the experience. For witches and wizard above legal age, there is also themed alcoholic drinks at The Hog's Head. There is also the candy shop Honeydukes which sells sweets relative to the books and movies (Cauldron Cakes, sugar skulls, Acid Pops, and Bernie Bott's Every Flavour Beans) for those with a sweet tooth. Has I am not much of sweets person, there is The Leaky Cauldron located in the Diagon Alley park and The Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade. As The Leaky Cauldron is also designated as an inn, when you sit down to enjoy your meal, you can hear footsteps and luggage on the floor above your head. There are "potions" sold by vendors that are actually flavors to put into your Gillywater which is just bottled water.

A variety of shops adorn both Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade with "Harry Potter" toys, souvenirs, and collectibles. Most of the stuff is expensive like it would be at any theme park so spend your money wisely. A collection of "Harry Potter" Christmas is popular, with House Pride stockings and ornaments. No matter if you are a Gryffindor or Hufflepuff, you can find it. However, I wore cheaper "Harry Potter" merch from Hot Topic and Target so I could still represent and not make a huge dent in my pockets.

The rides are to die for. With a total of four rides between both of the theme parks, my favorite would have to be Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey. The line queue is entertaining for guests (like must rides at Universal Studios) with Harry, Hermione, and Ron heading the adventures. I went on it more times than I should've because I had early access to the parks and there was no line. I did close my eyes when the Dementors came up the second time though because they scared the crap out of me the first time. Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts has the Ukrainian Ironbelly on the exterior of the ride that shoots fire (safely) on a timer into Diagon Alley. The ride is an actual roller coaster although it is hard to see the track because of the size of the seating and the special effects. If you get motion sick, I recommend taking medicine beforehand as I almost hurled when I got off.

Even if you're not a fan of "Harry Potter," I guarantee the experience will be magical. If we can't attend Hogwarts, at least Potterheads have the creativeness of Universal Studios. There was so much thought and detail put into both parks that I am glad I had the experience to go and hope I can go again sometime in the future.

Cara Campanelli

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