The kids are in Film School after their summer day camp. (Mr. TootsNYC runs this*; he picks a film he thinks they ought to see, such as The Manchurian Candidate, and makes them watch it.)
Today's film was National Treasure, which was The Girl's choice (tomorrow The Boy gets his turn--it'll be Scooby-Doo).
She was gratified by the villain--he stays villainous all the way to the end, and is soundly defeated. She ranted about Spy Kids and similar movies, in which the villain gets converted to being a good guy at the end of the movie.
"You should be able to win, to defeat him!" she said.
Oh, I said--"Win over them--not win them over?"
Can you think of another example in which word order (no negatives allowed) completely change the meaning of the sentence?
*I just found out that the real reason he does this (so he claims) is that they can't make a mess in the house if they're watching movies!