Collier White’s review published on Letterboxd:
The worst crimes of Bohemian Rhapsody aren’t its bisexual erasure, nor its indulgence in every hateful trope about homosexuality. Even its indulgence in a forgetting of the hatred and discrimination heaped upon gays and AIDS-havers seems mild compared to its aesthetic crimes.
This is a rock and roll movie with no love for grit, no love of vulnerability, no respect for silence. Each hackneyed vignette is still-born into the theater on a whoosh of glitter and thump of dulled backbeat. One wonders if anyone involved ever felt a natural emotion that wasn’t cribbed from a better film.