Hi Everyone! Happy 4th! I hope everyone is bbq-ing and having a great time today.
On one of today’s postings, I want to share some movie trailers of upcoming movies that are coming out later this year. There are many exciting movies coming out later, and I’m sure things will just keep getting better and better. But for right now… on with the show!
First Movie: Bohemian Rhapsody- Release Date: November 2nd
Now this movie is something I a SUPER excited about. Ever since I heard about it, I thought… it’s about time! Freddie and the men of Queen deserved a movie long ago. The most exciting thing about this movie is how much Rami Malek looks like Freddie. It’s almost creepy how much he looks like him. Rami has become one of my favorite actors. The way he plays Elliot in Mr. Robot is phenomenal. You can’t stop watching.
There are a few things that I have heard that they might not be including in this movie. One of them is his bisexuality. The other being a downplay of his AIDS diagnosis. That’s what I’ve heard. It would suck that they wouldn’t include things and aspects of his life that made him who he was. He was a great talent who died young of a horrific disease that killed so many back then. But with that being said about what I’ve heard, I am going to wave judgment until I actually see the movie. What has been said could be totally wrong. Who knows.
Now please enjoy the trailer:
Second Movie: Eighth Grade- Release Date: July 13th
I just heard about this movie about a week ago and I am very interested in seeing it. What caught my eye about this movie, one, was who directed and wrote this movie. If you don’t know, it’s Bo Burnham. I was aware that he had many talents, but I wasnt aware, that he had ALL the talents. Comedian, musician, writer, actor, director! Is there anything he can’t do? I’m he has the powers to master anything.
Back to the movie and the trailer. It is about a shy girl in the last few weeks of her eighth grade year (hence the name) trying to become more outspoken and try to connect more to people in this awkward time of life. I know that I remember what it was like at that age. I was so weird and still trying desperately to figure life and myself out. I am excited to see how that time is portraied on screen. Most coming of age movies deal with high school, which is an important time, but i find it’s really not as influential as that final year of middle school. It’s refreshing to have a movie like that that deals with the issues before high school.
Now enjoy this trailer: