The other day, I was telling somebody that one of my favorite comedy films of all time Rob Reiner’s 1987 comedic fairy tale The Princess Bride, originally a novel by William Goldman. Upon uttering the title of this film, I was immediately told that The Princess Bride was a chick movie. FALSE. The Princess Bride is a film for both genders and every age group. From beginning, starting with Peter Falk reading the novel of the movie to his sick son Fred Savage, to end, with Peter Cook playing a speech challenged priest, the film is laugh out loud hilarious. Every single character seems to be more memorable than the next and each line becomes funnier and funnier. The film stars Robin Wright (Jenny from Forrest Gump) in her first role as Princess Buttercup (did I mention this was a funny fairy tale yet?) and Cary Elwes as Westley. While these two love birds are the main characters of the film, the star studded cast makes it difficult to call then the only reason to see the film. The late wrestler Andre the Giant, Billy Crystal, Mandy Patinkin, Chris Sarandon, Carol Kane, Wallace Shawn and Christopher Guest all led their talents to the film. If you are reading this and have not seen it, go and watch it or we shall be fighting to the pain. And in response to it being called a girls book? I think I can let Peter Falk handle that. “Are you kidding? Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles….” As I said, it really has something for everybody.