Ohhhhh, come now. Really? You must remedy this.
The Princess Bride was not a major box-office success, but after its release to the home video market, it became a cult classic. The film is widely regarded as eminently quotable and has been referred to as "The Wizard of Oz of our time."
In 2000, readers of Total Film magazine voted The Princess Bride the 38th greatest comedy film of all time. In 2006, William Goldman's screenplay was selected by the Writers Guild of America as the 84th best screenplay of all time; it earned the same ranking in the Guild's 2013 update. The film has a percentage of 96 on Rotten Tomatoes. The film was selected number 88 on The American Film Institute's (AFI) "AFI's 100 Years... 100 Passions" listing the 100 greatest film love stories of all time. BBC Radio 5's resident film critic, Mark Kermode, is a fan of the film, frequently considering it a model to which similar films aspire.
I saw Princess Bride in theaters twice. It's that good. It's also probably one of the movies that had the most impact on the girls you date so you oughtta know it.
Directed by Rob Reiner. "Introducing" Cary Elwes and Robyn Wright (not-yet-Penn). Music by Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits. Wallace Shawn, Mandy Patinkin and Andre the F'ing Giant.
William Goldman (who won an oscar for All The President's Men and also wrote a large percentage of all the good movies you've ever seen) wrote the book it's adapted from under a pen name because his daughters wanted a "good fairy tale" when they were little. It took him fifteen years to finally get someone to adapt it and he got Rob Reiner, who had almost no budget. It's cheaper-looking than some television shows of the time but it is truly a thing of beauty.