That was a nice, objective, non-biased list. "The music sucks. The acting sucks."
I don't particularly like it, but it's not a bad film. As for the historical inaccuracy, who cares. Salieri wasn't instrumental in Mozart's death, but Amadeus is still a great film.
The year before my parents moved, I saw a theatrical production of it with my mom at the Walnut Street theater. I liked the play, but I also loved the historical artifacts about people who had performed there.
Most interesting was the stuff about the Booths. John Wilkes Booth, it seems, was a celebrity in his day. The Booths were equivalent to the Sheens, or the Baldwins, or maybe the Coppolas. What happened to Lincoln was kind of like if Nicholas Cage shot the President.
Forget the dead you've left; they will not follow you.
The vagabond who is rapping at your door, is standing in the clothes you once wore.