Zach listens to some Jurassic Classic, gets the low-down on guilt, and rocks the peacock wig as he check out Milos Forman’s 1984 Oscar Award Winning movie, Amadeus.

Gripping human drama. Sumptuous period epic. Glorious celebration of the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. This marvelous winner of eight Academy Awards(R) portrays the rivalry between the genius Mozart (Tom Hulce) and the jealous court composer (Best Actor Oscar(R) Winner F.Murray Abraham) who may have ruined Mozart’s career and shortened his life.

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  1. Another enjoyable time listening to you guys talk about movies. I don’t have much to say about Amadeus, been a few yers since I’ve seen saw it for the first time, but I remember being pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. Never bored.

    Anyway, I think it’s time for Zach to experience “ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST.”

  2. Oooh! I had surgery and was out of work for a few months, meaning I didn’t really listen to any podcasts (I listen to them when I’m driving to and from work) and I was thrilled and nervous to see that there’d been a Zach on Film episode about Amadeus, which is one of my very favorite movies. I was happy that you all had a general favorable impression of it. The boring cinematography is something I’d never noticed but I see what you mean. It was so exciting listening to you talking about this movie I’ve loved so much since I was very young (I think I first saw it when I was 9 or 10 and I’ve probably watched it 100 or more times since then — when I was in college, I probably watched it about 1 or 2 times a week for years on end :)

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