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ROCKETMAN is an epic musical fantasy about the uncensored human story of Sir Elton John’s breakthrough years…
Starring: Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden and Bryce Dallas Howard

“Rocketman is magnificent and ridiculous, a feathered melanage of clichés and originality, of respectful homage and unrepentant nostalgia.”
Stephanie Zacharek/TIME Magazine

“The songs explode from the screen, time jumps catapult the story forward with exhilarating élan and even the emotional stuff lands, for the most part.”
Philip De Semlyen/Time Out 

“It’s largely to the credit of star Taron Egerton, who leans fearlessly into the role’s wild excesses, that the movie remains airborne.”
David Rooney/Hollywood Reporter

“Dexter Fletcher has fashioned an ebullient monument to pop superstar Elton John -featuring a likable turn from Taron Egerton in the lead role – that’s clichéd in the telling, but gets by on the strength of his early catalog.”
Peter Debruge/Variety 

“Taron is an incredible screen force with endless charisma and charm, it’s no wonder Elton was adamant he should take on the role.”
Halina Watts/Daily Mirror (UK) 

“Whatever you think of Sir Elton John, Rocketman unashamedly invites us to celebrate the fact that… he’s still standing.”
Brian Viner/Daily Mail (UK) 

“Rocketman is an honest, heartfelt tribute to Elton John’s music and his public image.”
Peter Bradshaw/Guardian 

“This has best picture nominee written all over it.”
Dan Wootton/The Sun (UK)

“Dexter Fletcher’s fabulous Elton John musical is a heart-racing, toe-tapping, all-glitter-cannons-blazing triumph…”
Robbie Collin/Daily Telegraph (UK) 

“Rocketman has everything to be a hit and maintains part of the structure of Bohemian Rhapsody although it is much more sincere.”
Pablo A. Scholz/Clarín