PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, Music
The guitar used in the film is a faithful depiction of Brian May's actual guitar, the "Red Special", which he and his father built in the early 1960s. Additionally, the film depicts a heavy use of Vox amplifiers by May, also accurately showing what he used during these years.
"You call me sweet like I'm some kind of cheese"
Brian May: It's good.
Roger Taylor: WOW!
Brian May: Is that, you know, "with my hands on your grease gun". That's very subtle isn't it?
Roger Taylor: It's a METAPHOR Brian!
John Deacon: It's just a bit weird Roger. What exactly are you doing with that car?
A train going past Live Aid appears to be in First Group livery. At the time all UK trains were in British Rail livery. First Group did not start operating UK rail services until 1997.
The original music video of Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now" plays in the closing credits.
$51,061,119 (USA) (4 November 2018)
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