Who says marriage in The Princess Bride?

Who says marriage in The Princess Bride?

Impressive Clergyman
The “Impressive Clergyman” (as he is credited at the end of the film) is a church official who presides over the wedding ceremony of Prince Humperdinck and Buttercup. One of his most impressive features is a pronounced speech defect that makes his letter “r” sound more like “w.”

What is the last line of The Princess Bride movie?

Last Lines: “I mean, I really do think that love is the best thing in the world, except for cough drops. But I also have to say, for the umpty-umpth time, that life isn’t fair. It’s just fairer than death, that’s all.”

Do I love You quote Princess Bride?

“Do I love you? My God, if your love were a grain of sand, mine would be a universe of beaches.” “He had risked his life and now it was walking away from him, hand-in-hand with a Ruffian prince.”

What are some favorite Princess Bride quotations?

Our List of The Princess Bride Quotes “When I was your age, television was called books.”. This is a humorous quote for people who are of an older generation. “Just because you’re beautiful and perfect, it’s made you conceited.”. When someone is conceited, it means that they are incredibly proud of themselves or they are very vain. “Do I love you?

What does Princess Bride mean?

The Princess Bride is a story of fantasy, therefore all stories of fantasy require a certain suspension of belief. William Goldman addresses these ideas about fantasy and mocks it, giving strange and parodied reasons for events, entering into the text to assure us that something bad will not (or will) happen.

What was the setting in the Princess Bride?

The Princess Bride Setting Humperdinck’s Castle. Our hero, Westley, may not spend a great deal of time at the castle, swooping in at the very end as he does, but it’s pretty much the The Fire Swamp. A dark, damp swamp inhabited by large, vicious creatures. Miracle Max’s House.