The Brothers Grimm

The Brothers Grimm (2005)

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Corrected entry: In the scene where one of the brothers is climbing the tower on a rope, there is a pulley in place at the top of the tower. How did it get there? Also, since there was no rope there previously, how did they get the rope through the pulley?

Correction: They use a grappling hook with a pulley and a rope attached to it. Wilhelm is seen holding it when Jacob is preparing to scale the tower and it is shown again on the roof as Jacob reaches the top.


Corrected entry: Angelika is a trapper and a skilled hunter, in the scene where she storms back into her house she throws her bow over the door, a tracker takes pristine care of her/his tools, one of the number one rules of bows is you never hang it by its string. A real trapper would never hang a bow by its string and would never throw it over a door.

Correction: Yes, a tracker may normally take care of his/her tools and not hang the bow by its string, but the bottom line is that it is the responsibility of each individual tracker. The fact that Angelika did such things reflects on her state of mind at the time.

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Sasha: It's all right! They're the brothers Grimm! People talk about them in Marsburg! They're famous!
Will: Right you are son! The famous brothers Grimm. Look at this strapping young man.
Gregor: "He" is my daughter.
Will: And a fine wife he'll make some lucky man.



In the scene after the French General attempts to burn down the forest, Jacob throws the magical axe at the King's servant, who is attempting to kill him. The magical axe comes back and kills the servant. In the next scene, you see Jacob climbing the Tower, and on the ground you can see the axe, with no blood on it, and the body is nowhere to be seen.