Took my family to see it on the weekend. My wife is a professional opera singer, and my 14 and 16 year olds' music tastes are just horrible, so I wasn't sure what reaction I'd get from them. The whole family was blown away by the music, and the talent that was Freddie Mercury and Queen. It takes a lot to get me to tear up in a movie, but I was weeping like a 15 year old who just lost her iPhone during the Live Aid Bohemian Rhapsody scene. Of course, my wife could really appreciate Freddie's vocal range and control, and his command as a performer, and then my son, who like most teen boys doesn't share much, said "yeah, Bohemian Rhapsody is one of 2 "psyche up songs" we blast before our swim meets" - who woulda thunk!? Got home and haven't stopped blasting Queen - Live Killers. Now there's one of the most underrated live albums of all time - Queen in all their glory and musical mastery. I love that it's about as raw as a live album can get - all the things that would normally get edited/cleaned up are left in. And "Brighton Rock"... kinda leaves you speechless! P.S. Who cast Howard Stern as Brian May? Perfect choice!