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The Princess Bride Minute takes an extremely detailed look at F. Morganstern’s beloved tale of fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, and miracles. Each minute of the movie is subjected to a battle of wits by your hosts Steve & Jonathan.
The Princess Bride Minute, is based on thestarwarsminute format, created by Alex Robinson & Pete The Retailer. Dozens of movies are currently being scrutinized similarly.
Bonus Minute #1: Book Club
Jonathan & Steve get together on a Friday night to talk about the 30th Anniversary Edition release of The Princess Bride book and to catch up on pop culture in general.
Minute 99: It's The End Of The World As We Know It
Saying goodbye is harder than expected, but all good things must come to an end. Jonathan & Steve have some final thoughts about The Princess Bride and discuss plans for the future which include discussing the sequel to The Princess Bride, Buttercup's Baby. Until then, Bye Bye boys!
Minute 98: Better Off Read?
Once again, we join Caleb, Jonathan & Steve in a dank Detroit hotel room. Among other things, we get a rendition of take me out to the ballgame and the long awaited book vs. movie comparison.
Minute 97: This Must Be The Place
Three men meet in a hotel room in Detroit to discuss among other things the end credits of The Princess Bride. Guest: Caleb Carlisle
Minute 96: Bye Bye Boys
The picture credits roll to a close fittingly with Max & Valerie saying adios once again. Don't worry though, we have the credits proper where amongst others, the great Paul Badger gets his due.
Guest: Jason Siegel
MInute 95: Pictures Of You
The picture credits continue allowing us a last look at some really decent fellows (and perhaps a couple of the less decent type). Guest: Jason Siegel
Good in depth analysis.
I like how deeply the hosts dive into every little detail, and point out many things that I’ve never paid attention to. I’m currently on minute 39, and there’s one thing that bothers me. They have mentioned Robin Wright’s career on many episodes, but they never mention that she was in Forrest Gump.
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This is a great podcast, I mean it!
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This podcast has given me an even deeper appreciation of the movie. Jonathan and Steve do a great job of breaking this moving down. I highly recommend giving it a listen!