LEAP YEAR Movie Review
Leap Year was released to theaters on Today. The movie stars Amy Adams, Matthew Goode, Kaitlin Olson, Adam Scott, and directed by Anand Tucker.
Leap Year Synopsis: When their four-year anniversary passes without a marriage proposal, Anna (Amy Adams) decides to take matters into her own hands. Investing in an Irish tradition that allows women to propose to men on February 29th, Anna decides to follow her boyfriend Jeremy (Adam Scott) to Dublin and get down on one knee herself.
But airplanes, weather and fate leave Anna stranded on the other side of Ireland, and she must enlist the help of handsome and surly Declan (Matthew Goode) to get her across the country. As Anna and Declan bicker across the Emerald Isle, they discover that the road to love can take you to very unexpected places.
If you are planning to go see the movie, here are a few movie reviews from around the web to help you make up your mind.
Every January there’s at least one awful comedy aimed at female audiences that makes you wonder how dumb Hollywood thinks women are. Last year it was Bride Wars and New in Town. In 2008 it was 27 Dresses. This year it’s Leap Year’s turn to suck. Read More
Oscar nominee Amy Adams once again takes on the romantic comedy genre with her latest film, Leap Year. It’s a mix of fantasy, charm, and bitter reality all rolled into one. Imagine her character Giselle from Enchanted with a more expensive wardrobe, but the same naive view on relationships. Leap Year offers the opposites attract scenario with a different location, and a few new faces. Take a look at one of the first rom-coms of 2010. Read More
Leap Year is the kind of movie that shows up weekly, if not daily, on the Lifetime, WE and Hallmark channels.
Apparently, the public has an insatiable appetite for unfunny romantic comedies about opposites, who attract after first repelling each other. And, apparently, Hollywood has a bottomless pit of this drivel from which to feed that gaping, witless maw — with films like 27 Dresses, The Ugly Truth, New in Town — and now this film. Read More
You can also watch a clip of the movie below