“The Princess Bride” Turns 30 Years Old And We Need To Relive Our Favorite Moments

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Believe it or not, “The Princess Bride” is 30-years-old. Yes, 30! That seems too old to be true, but alas, time marches ever onward. The 1987 hit has become the stuff of film legend since it’s release, being imminently quotable and relatable to people of all generations. It is one of those rare film that people get annoyed if you haven’t seen it. So, let’s take a moment to remember the best quotes and scenes from the best Grandad story of all time.

Truly, if you want to relive all your favorite moments, you will have to watch the whole movie. So we just pulled out a few of our favorite and most memorable moments.

This brilliant exchange

Vizzini’s Battle of Wits

Vizzini: Let me put it this way. Have you ever heard of Plato, Aristotle, Socrates?
Dread Pirate Roberts: Yes.
Vizzini: Morons.

…and, of course, his catchphrase.

Speaking of catchphrases:

Then there’s our favorite rhyming giant, Fezzik

“No more rhymes and I mean it!”

He knows how hard it can be to be mostly dead.

BTW, there is a big difference between mostly dead and all dead.

Billy Crystal’s scene as Miracle Max is a classic, mostly made up on the spot, with so many classic lines we couldn’t pick our favorites.

And who can forget the most famous wedding officiant in film history?

It’s what brings us together today.

But this is primarily a love story, and a dang good one.

Twoo love always prevails.

Celebrities, being just like us, have their favorite moments that they can’t wait to relive on camera.

If you want to feel old, check out the original trailer

We’ve come a long way.

You can catch up with the cast and see what they have been up to here: