Plane viewing (HKG --> SFO)
It's this year's Instant Family - heartwarming, sometimes dumb, often funny.
I went in crossing every finger in hopes this was better than Bohemian Rhapsody, and all my dreams came true. Now granted, I'm a much bigger fan of Elton John's music than Queen's, but this is just an all around better movie. Writing, choreography, cinematography, etc. I got to see this on opening night at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did. This was a blast from start to finish. Loved that Elton wanted to show all the ups and downs of his career, warts and all; makes for a much more emotional experience.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Overall, a great theater experience (as most Fincher films are), but definitely had some issues in the third act:
1) There's no way I could go along with Nick & Amy staying together in the same house after she returns.
2) I loved the scene where the lady cop was with the Feds and was trying to ask questions. But after that scene, she's like "Sorry, it's out of my hands." If you knew a story like Nick & Amy's, you wouldn't just fold over.
3) Not the Chasing Amy sequel I imagined.