David Aitchison’s review published on Letterboxd :
Amadeus is a entertaining-yet-fictitious account of the life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the rivalry Antonio Salieri had with him.
The costumery is sumptuous and the music is absolutely delightful, but I'm not a huge fan of period dramas. That giggle they gave Mozart is particularly irksome and I don't like how they made him a vulgar, immature man-child.
On the whole, the film is definitely worthwhile, enjoyable and should be watched at least once.