Actual visual fantasy! Corm blimey
Bohemian Rhapsody is intended for a bunch of Oscars in the coming weekend, some of which are completely unclear, and Rami Malek will almost certainly become the best actor for his performance as Freddie Mercury. The film made just fine at the box office, as you think about the movie. The perfect time for the new trailer on the of another fun rock star that has risen to glory in the 70s and still uses the inevitable guilt of today: Rocketman is known as The Elton John Story. 1
It's obvious that many familiar musical biopsies will be (as a parody in Walk Hard  and discussed in the last YouTube video of my friend Patrick H. Willems). You have "convincing performance of record players," "origin of the name of the scene," "beat the child's dreamer", "a huge triumphal concert," a strike, "struck for drugs and alcohol." on. But where Rocketman looks to diverge (slightly) from the formula, he hints at surrealism and fantasy: in the whole trailer there are pieces of subjective and colorful visual images – like Chicago "Stylized internal music numbers – which you do not get in most of these movies." There are dance numbers! They look fabulous, and we hope they are enormously popular Rocketman Rhapsody desperately lacking.
In addition, Egerton seems to make his own singing, while Malek was named the actual records of Mercury, making Bohemian Rhapsody – and his finale in particular – the most expensive episode in the history of the battle of Lip Sync. And that moment of the baseball mouse at the end is an ideal representation of the transition between a man and an executor that occurs when a person enters the stage.
Look, I like Elton John as a musician, I like Dexter Fletcher as a director, and I'm like Taron Egerton as an actor. Therefore, I decided to remain optimistic about this movie until the law of inevitability of the music biography does not prove me wrong.