Leap Year


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 21%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 47%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 86289


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June 23, 2012 at 07:37 PM



Amy Adams as Anna
Matthew Goode as Declan
Adam Scott as Jeremy
Kaitlin Olson as Libby
650.13 MB
23.976 fps
12hr 0 min
P/S 12 / 93

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Abbie Bills 1 / 10

I hate this movie!!!

Look, I get it - chick flicks are rarely good movies. But this one sucked. There was no chemistry, the plot was contrived, the characters had no likability, and the fetishization of Ireland was disgusting. I wouldn't recommend this to torture my worst enemy. Thank god Amy Adams has realized her mistake and moved onto bigger, better things.

Reviewed by moonliteladee 8 / 10

love it!

very cute movie if you love romantic comedies!

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Reviewed by Angelika_New_York 3 / 10

Not very good.

You know, I had recently watched a film called Leap Year and it isn't as good as I remembered it. The trailer for it was utterly predictable; basically showing you how it ends, which of course can be seen miles away. It isn't necessarily about the destination however, the journey can be seen as vital also. At the time I was not bothered by Anna, played by Amy Adams. Initially I thought it was just a breezy, light romantic comedy; nothing to be taken seriously. Of course, and I still stand by this; Matthew Goode steals this film, although just barely.

The character of Anna is absolutely annoying. There are no redeeming qualities about her. I mean, I get it; she is an uptight shrew to Matthew Goode's easygoing, mature Declan. It is a fish-out-of-water, opposites attract, type of comedy but it isn't really likable. The story is paper-thin, which is to be expected, therefore relying on the chemistry and the situational stuff between the two leads.

It's basically her going to Dublin so she could propose to her longtime boyfriend, played by Adam Scott since she was expecting a proposal from him at the start of the film. There's supposed to be a significance of doing it on leap year based on some familial tradition. She rejects the idea at first, but then decides to go ahead with it anyway because if she didn't, then there wouldn't be a movie. It's a bit hard to believe this was filmed in the year 2009; mostly depicting Ireland as some backwoods country, where people are walking stereotypes who have not caught up with modern times. I would think it's pretty insulting.

There is one scene I like after Anna's expensive shoes are ruined and Declan tells her, "Put 'em in the wash. They'll be grand."

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