Awesome: Ever After
Ever After (1998 film)
- When Danielle and Henry are attacked by gypsies, Danielle is told she can take "anything she can carry." She proceeds to pick up Henry and walk away carrying him on her shoulders. Charmed by her audacity, the gypsies invite them to stay for a meal.
- Danielle punching Marguerite in the face and chasing her through the house with the threat that she's going to "rip her hair out" after the latter insults her dead mother.
- At least one theater-full of viewers broke into cheers at this scene...
- Danielle refusing to let Marguerite wear her mother's dress. "I would rather die a thousand deaths than see my mother's dress on that SPOILED! SELFISH! COW!"
- "My father was an expert swordsman, monsieur. He taught me well. Now hand me that key, or I swear on his grave, I will slit you from navel to nose."
- Possibly even better: considering how young Danielle was when her father died, she is almost certainly bluffing. Le Pieu is nevertheless thoroughly cowed.
- The scene at the end where the Baroness and Marguerite re-encounter Danielle.
Baroness Rodmilla de Ghent: "Jacqueline, darling, I should hate to think you had anything to do with this."
- Also, Jacqueline giving her mother an awesome Ironic Echo.
- Leonardo Da Vinci's What the Hell, Hero? moment with Henry.
- "What about our breakfast?" "You have two hands. Make it yourself."
- Danielle rescuing Maurice from being sold.
- The laundry lady knocking Rodmilla and Marguerite into the laundry pool at the end saying that their arguing is getting on her nerves.
- Danielle hurls apples at a man trying to steal her father's horse, and not only succeeds in knocking him off, but continues to attack him. After she learns who he is, she's understandably taken aback, but not only does Henry spare her from punishment, he actually pays her to keep quiet about seeing him.
- A somewhat quieter but still impressive one: Jaqueline clearly talks Laurent into being on Danielle's side between the ball and the wedding. Considering that Laurent had previously been eyeball-deep in the Baroness' schemes to get Marguerite on the throne.