“Love is the answer to everything. It’s the only reason to do anything. If you don’t write stories you love, you’ll never make it. If you don’t write stories that other people love, you’ll never make it.” Ray Bradbury
all time; it earned the same ranking in the Guild’s 2013 update. The film was selected number 88 on The American Film Institute’s (AFI) “AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Passions” listing the 100 greatest film love stories of all time.”
My brother purchased the Videocassette for our family when my children were little. We’ve since upgraded to DVD. Although they enjoyed it, I loved the film from the moment I saw it and often quote from it. A few of my favorites:
I never tire of the film and the final scene of the movie between Peter Falk and Fred Savage (The two are cast in the roles of a grandfather reading a book to his sick grandson) is guaranteed to bring a lump to my throat every time. So if you have a chance the next couple of days (I’m not sure how LONG it will be in theaters, so go very, very soon!), go see “The Princess Bride” in the theater. For those unfamiliar with the movie (Inconceivable!), an overview of the plot is found here:
p.s. – This was posted in 2017. Alas, I am unaware of any showings of the film, especially in light of this year’s pandemic lockdowns. But it’s still worth a look on Netflix or other video streaming service. I checked on Amazon Prime Video (which is our service) and found it available to watch for $3.99.