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  • However, the most riveting actor has to be F

    • by onerios13

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      One of the most brilliantly executed films that I have ever seen has to be the movie Amadeus, starring F. Murry Abraham and Tom Hulce. I was only a child when it first came out, but even then, I was fascinated by the antics of a child-like Mozart who dazzled the screen with his

      enormous musical talent and eccentric and egotistic ways that ultimately brought him down. However, the most riveting actor has to be F. Murry Abraham’s devious and morally ambivalent Antonio Saleri, the mediocre court composer who admires Mozart almost as much as he hates him for being a musical genius while he can only recognize ...

      • that talent and never reproduce it.

        Set in the lush and decadent world of the late-1700s Vienna, right before the French Revolution, this movie is an epic that more than does justice to a legendary figure like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, not only in pathos, but in the musical score as well, every note dripping with

        haunted passion, rage, brilliance and ultimately redemption. If you have never had the chance to watch this extraordinary film, and have even the tiniest appreciation for music and great film making, see this movie now and be amazed at the tragic yet absorbing tale of the greatest musician the world has ever known. A 10+!

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