Running time 2h 14min | Directed by Bryan Singer | UK, USA | Biography, Music

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Week 3

Friday, November 16, 2018
6:45 | 9:30 p.m.

Saturday, November 17
6:45 | 9:30

Sunday, November 18
6:45

Monday, November 19
6:45 | 9:30

Tuesday, November 20
6:45 | 9:30

Wednesday, November 21
4:15 | 7:15

Thursday, November 22
No Screenings

 

Week 2

Friday, November 09, 2018
6:45 | 9:30 p.m.

Saturday, November 10
6:45 | 9:30

Sunday, November 11
7:30 

Monday, November 12
4:15 | 9:30

Tuesday, November 13
6:45 | 9:30

Wednesday, November 14
4:15

Thursday, November 15
4:15 | 9:30

 

Week 1

Fri, November 02, 2018
4:15 | 7:00 | 9:35 p.m.
Saturday, November 03
4:15 | 7:00 | 9:35
Sunday, November 04
4:15 | 7:00
Monday, November 05
4:15 | 9:00
Tuesday, November 06
4:15 | 7:00 | 9:35
Wednesday, November 07
4:15 | 7:00 | 9:35
Thursday, November 08
4:15 | 7:00 | 9:35

Rated PG-13

The iconic intro of “We Will Rock You,” the soaring chorus of “We Are the Champions,” the mesmerizing operatics of “Bohemian Rhapsody”… Who isn’t moved to sing along when they hear these anthems? Who can’t fail to stamp their feet at such heart-stirring beats? Who can forget that moment the Live Aid concert of 1985 suddenly moved into fifth gear when Freddie Mercury strutted onto the stage and sent the crowd into frenzies of communal singing? It’s been over 25 years since the death of lead singer and flamboyant front Freddie Mercury, yet the music lives on. Freddie redefined and transcended stereotypes, just as Queen’s music refuses to be slotted into any traditional genre. Perhaps that’s why the band is such a cross-generational, multicultural and global phenomenon. Now, Emmy®-winner Rami Malek (Mr. Robot) dons the skintight catsuit and grabs that microphone stick to take on the role of the king of pop rock in Bohemian Rhapsody, a foot- stomping celebration of Queen’s music and lead singer Freddie Mercury’s extraordinary life. (c) 20th Century Fox

It’s hard to come up with someone who would have been better than Malek. To his credit, he does the one thing that would most seem impossible: In the stage scenes, he makes you believe he’s Freddie Mercury. Mick La Salle | San Francisco Chronicle | Full review Frankly, if you are not cheering along with the crowd as Mercury belts out an ultra-satisfying rendition of “We are the Champions,” then a doctor should check your pulse. Somewhere, an outrageous artist knows that his Queen movie rules. Mara Reinstein | Us Weekly | Full review It’s a kind of magic any way you slice it. Kyle Anderson | Nerdist | Full review