I haven't seen that movie yet. There is also a Norwegian movie titled "Utøya 22. juli" that follow the kids on the island in one take and our Public Broadcaster is making a miniseries. In think it's important these stories are being shown, but I haven't seen any of them yet.
A STAR IS BORN (2018)
This is pretty excellent across the board. Great acting from everyone, including the supporting roles, and very solid direction from Bradley Cooper. The songs are all strong and they're performed with appropriate skill and finesse. This thing is gonna clean house at the Academy Awards next year, with Lady Gaga a lock for Best Actress and Sam Elliot a lock for Best Supporting Actor.
...Some major hit songs are excluded for unknown reasons ('Crazy Little Thing Called Love' and 'Somebody to Love' aren't in the film).
Mike Myers in a cameo. He's terrible here and sticks out like a sore thumb.
caractacus potts wrote:
I would probably name the exact same two albums. A Night at the Opera is the more prefect album, in concept and execution, but those two just move me more. Maybe because they still retain a little of the heavy metal roots from their first album, but now with the more ambitious and silly songwriting that would lead to ...Opera?
specifically: Side Black of Queen II (the all-Mercury side) is possibly the greatest album side ever.