The film is just over two hours and ends with their 1985 performance at Live Aid, which was the first scene the actors shot.
Bohemian Rhapsody is not a year-by-year, album-by-album retelling of their history, and there are those cynics who say some of the scenes are not accurate. That is true, but, as someone who worked closely on the film tells us, it's all correct. In other words, it's been given the Hollywood treatment.
If you want some of the examples of perceived inaccuracy, Rolling Stone spoils it for you with "eight examples where the movie didn’t line up with reality."
And in celebration of the film, the Queen website has a video showing fans from around the world singing the title track.