This documentary about the rock band Queen traces the band's career from their early days all the way through lead singer Freddie Mercury's death. Critics and contemporaries discuss the work of the band, and their insights are augmented by vintage footage of the band. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
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Skip it. Skip it. SKIP IT! Being a Queen fan, this was atrocious. How in the world do you make a retrospective of Queen and NOT include one single note of their music, NOT one second of any music video, and NOT one second of concert footage. This consists solely of interviews with people nobody knows, along with uninsightful narration that skips over several albums, all with glaring background music, mostly some punk and EMO crap. A real headscratcher.
Movie is practically unwatchable. You can't hear anything people say because of annoying background music which has nothing to do with the topic of interviews. The music does not sound like it was played by Queen.