Why did the grandpa say as you wish at the end of The Princess Bride?
Grandpa: Nothing gave Buttercup as much pleasure as ordering Westley around. … Westley: As you wish. Grandpa: That day, she was amazed to discover that when he was saying “As you wish,” what he meant was, “I love you.” And even more amazing was the day she realized she truly loved him back.
What word does Buttercup mispronounce when she tells Westley she didn’t really mean it?
Why does Buttercup treat Westley so badly after the visit from the Count and Countess? When Westley replied to Buttercup’s requests with “As you wish,” that is not what he was really saying.
Does The Princess Bride have a happy ending?
The film adaptation of The Princess Bride has every component of a perfect fairy tale — romance, adventure, danger and outlandish characters. Naturally, it ends the story with a happily ever after for the film’s heroes: Westley, Buttercup and their friends literally ride off into the sunset.
What event makes Buttercup the most beautiful woman in the world?
She is gloriously happy, in love, and all of a sudden she is bombarded with the news that Westley was captured and killed by pirates. She retires to her room without hysteria, and when she at last emerges, thinner, wiser, sadder, she finally is the most beautiful woman in the world.