100 Word Review – The Princess Bride (1987)

Based on the wonderful, unmissable and inconceivable book by William Goldman (screenwriter of Butch Cassidy, Marathon Man and Misery), we follow Buttercup (Robin Wright) in a fairytale like no other.

In love with a farm boy (Cary Elwes), engaged to an evil prince (Chris Sarandon), Buttercup encounters friendly giants, vengeful spaniards and confusing Sicillians on her quest for true love.

This film is a masterpiece of romance, adventure and wit. I defy anyone to watch this film and not enjoy themselves. Just so long as they remember to watch out for the R.O.U.S in the Fire Swamp and the Albino…

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5 thoughts on “100 Word Review – The Princess Bride (1987)

  1. Have you read As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride by Elwes? I reviewed it on my site. It was one of those books that just help you to recapture the wonderful memories of the movie and help to add more as you learn all this cool behind-the-scene stuff.

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