When The Princess Bride was first released in theaters over 30 years ago in 1987, virtually no-one would ever have been able to predict the cultural significance this beloved film would come to have. Despite being incredibly well-received by film critics when it was released, The Princess Bride was far from a commercial success during its theatrical run. But in the years of home release that followed, the film took on a real cult status, catapulting it into the history books as one of the most beloved adventure comedy films of all time.
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Grandpa comes over to tell his sick grandson a story. Not just any story - one of the most action-packed fantasy stories ever told. There’s fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, and of course miracles. After her true love was taken away at seas, Buttercup agreed to marry Prince Humperdink. He’s plotting to end her on their wedding night and blame a neighboring kingdom to start a war, so he has her taken. Imagine everyone’s surprise when a pirate comes for her, and it happens to be her long thought gone long lost true love.

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