THE PRINCESS BRIDE
The Princess Bride, a story of love, revenge and adventure. Amongst all the revenge and adventure this story brings it still manages to maintain the sweet romance between farm boy, Wesley (Carl Elwes) and dazzling princess, Buttercup (Robin Wright). Robert Reiner, director of this not so ordinary love tale has done and extraordinary job in capturing some of the truly hilarious personalities of many characters, whilst keeping the original theme of romance. The Princess Bride is the story of young boy (Fred Savage), housebound with the flu. When his grandfather (Peter Falk) is sent to amuse him by reading The Princess Bride, a book passed on through generations, the young boy is less than impressed. As the fairytale begins to unfold the young boy is drawn into the unusual and fascinating tale. The Princess Bride is the story of Buttercup (Robin Wright), a beautiful young lady and Wesley (Carl Elwes), a handsome young farm boy and their adventures to prove true love. Despite being separated and the powers of the evil prince they fight for the common cause of love. Death, Torture and oversized rodents are just part of this humorous and challenging love story. Reiner, the director of the Princess Bride has effectively produced humour throughout the entire movie. He has done this starting with the characters. Many of his characters names are ridiculous and larger-than-life (Prince Humperdinck, Buttercup, Fezzik and Inigo Montoya). This was a very effective way to produce humour. The director of this movie has set the plot out in a manner which is both intriguing and eye catching to the audience. One aspect of the movie that was poorly constructed and could be done in a more appropriate way is the way the movie has been paced. The Princess Bride is a very fast paced movie, where one problem would occur and not long after there would be yet another problem. Overall this...
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