Excerpt: I was a bit hesitant when my handy price tracker notified me that this was $10. It has an average 6.0 rating on IMDb and a harrowing 21% on RT. With these factors in mind, I decided to add "Leap Year" to my cart anyway. I agree with some that the script was weak, but it did have its moments.
Excerpt: You people are all crazy - this movie just sucked. Good actors such as Adams and Goode can't save an awful, boring story. Kenneth Brown was exactly right. If you don't like this movie, it does not mean that you don't like romantic films. Just an awful written film.
Excerpt: Believing an old family myth, a woman decides an elaborate plan to purpose to her boyfriend on Leap Day in Ireland. According to Irish tradition if a woman purposes to a man on Leap Day he has no choice but to marry. On the way she gets diverted to Wales because of a rainstorm.
Excerpt: I strongly believe that reviewer Kenneth Brown doesn't have much of a romantic side, because this is a great romantic love story, done the old-fashioned Hollywood way, and it works beautifully. Amy Adams is excellent. Mathew Goode is just as convincing.
Excerpt: I went into this movie with no expectations. The early reviews said that this movie is predictable with a familiar story line and I agree. What makes this movie different is the some what surprising ending and the beautiful cinematography.
Conclusion: If you loved PS I love you or when Harry met Sally, then this is right up your street. My wife and 12 year old daughter love this dvd and have watched it several times, each time finding something else to make them laugh or swoon. A deffinate for all the sloppy, smoochy movie collectors.
Conclusion: Boston career girl Amy Adams travels to Ireland where her boyfriend is working in order to propose to him as it's a leap year. But of course, circumstances and contrivances conspire against her, making the journey a prolonged disaster, in company of a laconic hunky Irishman.
Summary: Oder: In Irland scheint nur in Dublin die Sonne. Der Schöne... Die hübsche Anna (Amy Adams) hofft, dass ihr Freund Jeremy (Adam Scott) im gemeinsamen vierten Jahr ihr endlich einen Heiratssantrag macht.