If you’re a fan of The Princess Bride, you will want to read As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales From the Making of the Princess Bride. This acclaimed memoir is written by the man who played the title role, Cary Elwes. This book focuses on the unique bond between the cast and crew of the movie. The author’s background in film makes it an ideal read for fans of the original movie.
One of the most famous quotes in “The Princess Bride” is “as you wish.” It is a phrase that is synonymous with “inconceivable” and can be attributed to the movie’s character, Westley. When Buttercup was kidnapped, Westley disguised himself as the Dread Pirate Roberts, and Buttercup mistakenly believed he was a dangerous villain. When Westley told her “as you wish,” she realized that it was Westley, not Dread Pirate Roberts.
The movie’s story revolves around two lovers, Westley and Buttercup. The movie takes place in the fictional kingdom of Florin, where Buttercup lives with her family. Westley has always been obedient to her wishes, but he has a secret: he loves her! The two fall in love and decide to get married. The problem is, Westley is on his way to finding his fortune in another country. Buttercup has to decide between the two men, and the wedding day is fast approaching. However, the ship Westley is on is attacked by the Dread Pirate Roberts, a pirate notorious for leaving no survivors.
The film’s ending is one of the best love scenes ever filmed. The kiss between Wesley and Buttercup when they finally are able to be together forever is one of the most pure and passionate kisses ever seen in a film. It perfectly wraps up the best romantic story ever told and represents the many emotions and feelings of love. Although it’s a long, hard journey, the end of The Princess Bride is a satisfying and heart-warming experience.