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ROCKETMAN is an epic musical story about Elton John’s breakthrough years. The film follows the fantastical journey of transformation from shy piano prodigy Reginald Dwight into international superstar Elton John. This inspirational story – set to Elton John’s most beloved songs and performed by star Taron Egerton – tells the universally relatable story of how a small-town boy became one of the most iconic figures in pop culture.

Bonus Features (on Blu-ray only)

  • Sing-along version
  • Extended Musical Numbers
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Becoming Elton John: Taron's Transformation
  • Full Tilt: Staging The Musical Numbers
  • It's Going To Be A Wild Ride: Creative Vision
  • Music Reimagined: The Studio Sessions
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Taron Egerton

Richard Madden

Bryce Dallas Howard

Stephen Graham

Jamie Bell
Director:
Dexter Fletcher
Region:
A

B

C
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
Dubbing Languages:

German, Czech, French - Canadian, Portuguese - Brazilian, Spanish - Latin American, Thai, French - Parisian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Spanish - Castillan, Turkish

Subtitle Languages:

Arabic, Bahasa - Malaysian, Chinese - Cantonese - Hong Kong, Chinese - Mandarin - Traditional - Taiwan (and Singapore), Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French - Canadian, French - Parisian, German, Greek, Hindii, Hungarian, Icelandic , Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese - European, Romanian, Russian, Slovakian, Spanish - Castilian, Spanish - Latin American, Swedish, Thai  Turkish, Czech (Forced), French - Canadian (Forced), French - Parisian (Forced), German (Forced), Hungarian (Forced), Italian (Forced)    Japanese (Forced), Polish (Forced), Russian (Forced), Spanish - Castilian (Forced), Spanish - Latin American (Forced), Thai (Forced), Turkish (Forced), English SDH

Run Time:
2hrs 1min approx
studio:
Universal Pictures
Theatrical Release Year:
2019

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ROCKETMAN is an epic musical story about Elton John’s breakthrough years. The film follows the fantastical journey of transformation from shy piano prodigy Reginald Dwight into international superstar Elton John. This inspirational story – set to Elton John’s most beloved songs and performed by star Taron Egerton – tells the universally relatable story of how a small-town boy became one of the most iconic figures in pop culture.

Bonus Features (on Blu-ray only)

  • Sing-along version
  • Extended Musical Numbers
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Becoming Elton John: Taron's Transformation
  • Full Tilt: Staging The Musical Numbers
  • It's Going To Be A Wild Ride: Creative Vision
  • Music Reimagined: The Studio Sessions
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Taron Egerton

Richard Madden

Bryce Dallas Howard

Stephen Graham

Jamie Bell
Director:
Dexter Fletcher
Region:
A

B

C
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
Dubbing Languages:

German, Czech, French - Canadian, Portuguese - Brazilian, Spanish - Latin American, Thai, French - Parisian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Spanish - Castillan, Turkish

Subtitle Languages:

Arabic, Bahasa - Malaysian, Chinese - Cantonese - Hong Kong, Chinese - Mandarin - Traditional - Taiwan (and Singapore), Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French - Canadian, French - Parisian, German, Greek, Hindii, Hungarian, Icelandic , Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese - European, Romanian, Russian, Slovakian, Spanish - Castilian, Spanish - Latin American, Swedish, Thai  Turkish, Czech (Forced), French - Canadian (Forced), French - Parisian (Forced), German (Forced), Hungarian (Forced), Italian (Forced)    Japanese (Forced), Polish (Forced), Russian (Forced), Spanish - Castilian (Forced), Spanish - Latin American (Forced), Thai (Forced), Turkish (Forced), English SDH

Run Time:
2hrs 1min approx
studio:
Universal Pictures
Theatrical Release Year:
2019

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Telling Elton John's story in film was always going to be difficult as any biopic of a still-living person is. They always veer towards painting over the blemishes, very few are brave enough to go warts and all in depicting their subject. Although more honest than most, you get the feeling there's a much more interesting film to be made about Elton John yet. Charting him from childhood up to roughly his late-80s/early-90s rehab stint, Taron Edgerton is by far the best draw in this, and does a pretty good job of belting out his own vocals for the numerous songs used in this film. Some are shown as concert performances, others take the form of old-school Hollywood musical interludes of the sing-what-you're-feeling school of acting. Beside him very few others get a look-in, save for Jamie Bell as Bernie Taupin, his songwriting partner, one of the few characters not treated as an obstacle on the road to his worldwide fame. In particular, both his parents and his former managers come off as borderline monstrous, especially John Reid, which makes for good entertainment but leaves a feeling of Elton's understandably biased P.O.V leaking in to the characterisation. What holds this back is an overly-long first act focussing on his childhood and early years performing in pubs and landing his first album deal, which in turn leads to a rushed-feeling been there, done that depiction of rock'n'roll excess third act. Your mileage may vary depending on how much you know of Elton's career beforehand or indeed your view of his music.