movies about the movie-making business are a bit like novels about novel-writing: preaching to the already converted. the people who lap it up will be movie critics and cinéastes who love having their hobby reflected back at them on the big screen.
I saw the Tarantino movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. It's pretty good. I would say well above average and I enjoyed it a lot. Probably wouldn't watch clips of it on youtube like his other movies. It's not a masterpiece like the media is saying though. I hate how whenever a movie comes out set in or related to the media, it gets undo hype. I get it that people in the profession like talking about their profession but it often comes off as disconnected from the reality of where most Americans hearts and minds are: football, MasterChef, and The $100,000 Pyramid.
Bohemian Rhapsody 8/10 I found Queen a bit lightweight compared with Pink Floyd etc so never paid them a great deal of attention but it was an interesting story, some of the music still stands up and what a voice and talent.
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i also was watching while crammed in to an Economy Plus seat on a 16 hour flight so maybe I was a bit annoyed when I watched it. I know everyone i talked to after I saw it said they enjoyed it and that Rami Malek was AHHHMAZING as Freddie so I know I hold the minority opinion.