YMMV: The Brothers Grimm

  • Dude, Not Funny!: The kitten.
  • Ho Yay: Bro Yay between the titular characters, who often argue like an old married couple. Even Lampshaded by Cavaldi.
    • "Maybe another kiss?"
  • Nausea Fuel: The scene with the spiderweb horse.
  • Never Live It Down: In-verse, Jakob and magic beans.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Holy shit, yes. Leave it to Terry Gilliam to make a gingerbread man terrifying.
    • The spider horse. THE FUCKING SPIDER HORSE. *shudder* For those of wanting to scar yourselves: at roughly the midpoint of the film, the Mirror Queen sends an enchanted horse to kidnap a little girl, something it does by spitting webbing at her to ensnare her, then yanking her into the air and swallowing her whole. The fact we see her vanish down its throat by way of a shadow on the wall does not help. Of course, for added measure, when the heroes catch it, we can see her moving around inside its belly, and we get a shot down its gaping mouth & throat to see her terrified eyes before it carries her off into the woods.
    • Pity the poor kitten that got chopped up into bits into a fan...
    • The scene where the Mirror Queen's face starts to shatter like a mirror was pretty horrifying to see.
  • Special Effects Failure: Considering when the movie was made and the budget it had, some of the effects are unfortunately terrible.
  • Uncanny Valley: What makes the gingerbread man so terrifying.
  • What Do You Mean, It's for Kids?: The original stories have always been Nightmare Fuel specifically designed to scare the bajeezus out of any kid who hears them. The same thing here. Gilliam, however, has stated that he intended the film for children.