The Princess Bride – The Importance of Good Worldbuilding
by Jack's Movie Reviews
There are a lot of things that make The Princess Bride a good movie: its writing, story structure, characters, and absurdity, to name a few. In this video essay, Jack specifically discusses screenwriter William Goldman’s and director Rob Reiner’s detailed world-building, which sets the stage for a highly memorable viewing experience.
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