“The Princess Bride” begins as a story that a grandman is reading out of a book. But already the movie has a spin on it, because the grandman is played by Peter
Roses by Leila Meacham Category: Historical Fiction Publish Date: 1/6/2010 Price: $24.99 ISBN: 978-0446550000 Pages: 624 Review copy provided by the publisher
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The movie has one great line (“Always a bride, never a bridesmaid”), but even that is sort of inevitable. Movies like this should have an explanatory note at the
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The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), a classic masterpiece of 1930s horror films, appeared as a superior sequel to the original prototype Frankenstein (1931). [There are
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