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The Princess Bride Film Analysis

analytical Essay
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Though the film may be unbelievable at parts such as the swamp containing RUS (Rodents of Unusual Size) the film does make sense. Even though you meet some villains, they may turn out to be good or partially good. This film does go for 98 minutes (1 hour 38 minutes), so get comfortable and don’t forget the popcorn. Review: Throughout this fanciful story of fantasy and romance, appear smaller genres of more favourable selections such as comedy, revenge, action and adventure. Revenge occurs in a few of the characters, romance mainly in Westley and Buttercup and adventure/action all throughout the movie. At the beginning, there is an ill child lying in bed and he has a small conference with his mother about how he doesn’t like it when Grandpa pinches his cheek. When his Grandad comes to visit, he reads the Princess Bride to him, at first he doesn’t like it because he asks if it is full of kissing and romance and the Grandad replies with something along the lines of ‘I bet it is’. The more the man reads the story the more and more engaged the grandson and you, the audience will be.

In this essay, the author

  • Opines that though the film may be unbelievable at parts such as the swamp containing rus (rodents of unusual size), it does make sense.
  • Analyzes how the fanciful story of fantasy and romance features smaller genres of more favourable selections such as comedy, revenge, action and adventure.
  • Analyzes how buttercup's love, the innocent farm boy, must earn his riches in a distant land, but years later, he is informed that westley was brutally slain by barbaric dread pirates.
  • Analyzes how buttercup and a dread pirate have small interactions and meetings in which sometimes are unknown by one or the other, which intensifies the volume of suspense and makes us await for the love between the two burst.
  • Analyzes how indigo montoya, which mandy patinkin acted as fantastically, tells the story on how he’s been searching for revenge for his father all his life.
  • Opines that the camera work is impeccable and inconceivable, and the crappy special effects in the movie are comical.
  • Recommends watching the film and reading the novel no matter what style audience you may be as becoming captivated by the classics is the best way to actually appreciate what we have now and how we can do with it.
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