My wife asked me to get something on the way home from work and I replied “AS YOU WISH” but she didn’t get it. Turns out She said she NEVER saw “The Princess Bride”.INCONCEIVABLE!
I would suggest “Serenity” or “My Favorite Year” as VERY strong contenders, though I doubt Roy would agree.
A lot of people make a big deal out of “The Princess Bride”. I’m not one of them.
I am vaguely aware of it, and have no intention of ever watching it.
That is always subjective, but it’s a fun movie and Roy seems happy, so Roy,“Here’s looking at you kid.”
Great MMMoji and a great movie.
Many people wear this movie on their sleeve
Monty Python and The Holy Grail
Don’t like it? Inconceivable!
Luv it, but Spaceballs: The Movie is one of my all time favs.
Certainly in my top 5. I remember the first time I saw it and my uncontrollable laughing as they tumbled down the hill. I also remember my son, a wiry,athletic but smallish lad of 7 or 8 (now 24) convinced he was Fezzik. The movie (any) itself matters, but the memories associated with it make “greatness” for me.
My favorite all-time movie is “Groundhog Day” and that’s just all I’m going to say… :^D
To me one of the greatest things was the outpouring from the public and cast, against doing a remake or sequel. Some movies should not be messed with.
In Roy’s mind.
I rewatched it forgetting I’d seen it before. Nuff said.
I actually ascribe the line “As you wish” to Darth Vader, since he used it years before “The Princess Bride” came out.
“Star Trek IV:The Voyage Home” is the greatest movie ever made.
Everyone has his own “greatest movie ever made.” And as everyone is different, there is going to be a plethora of different “greatest movie ever made.”
I WANT this to be a real emoji!
I don’t have one film I really like I have dozens in different genre from comedy to horror and lots more. Even some looked down on I like them.
Frequency (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0186151/?ref_=nv_sr_1?ref_=nv_sr_1). The end makes me cheer and weepy-eyed at the same time.
Never seen it
I find it hard to believe that a tech guy like Roy would be happy with just a laptop. Where’s the docking station hooked up to a monster 48-inch curved monitor, wireless keyboard and mouse, and the ultra-surround sound noise-cancelling headphones?
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