Monday, January 18, 2010

Leap Year Storyline, Wallpapers, Reviews

Leap Year Storyline : This romantic comedy trails the journey of a young woman, Anna, in her pursuit of getting married to her Mr. Perfect decides to propose to her boyfriend of four years. To this end, she stumbles upon an Irish tradition that allows women to propose to men on February 29th, leap day. However, she is unaware of the series of events that are about to unfold.

When bad weather jeopardizes her plans, she decided to seek help of a handsome innkeeper, Declan, to help her reach her destination. During this cross country expedition they realize that this journey has led them to unanticipated events.

Starring Amy Adams and Matthew Goode, the film is directed by Shopgirl's Anand Tucker.

Leap Year User Reviews : The incredible Amy Adams has given a spellbinding performance though the movie plot does not impress the audience much.

Forgettable all around.

With her gorgeous red hair and delicate facial features, Amy Adams dances brilliantly on a spiraling comic tightrope.

Leap Year is a sweet little movie, although so by the books that it doesn't exactly distinguish itself.

Leap Year Show times :
Show times not available for the movie currently

Leap Year Photos : Leap Year Photos wallpapers

Leap Year Photos wallpapers

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  1. Ms. Adams seems to be quite the chameleon....and very well booked in a number of releases.

    I liked her best / she was most believable in the movie 'confessions of a shopaholic'.

    They tried to ugly her up for the julia childs story in Julie and Julia.

    In this latest missive it appears like they are trying to turn her into the next meg ryan or something akin to that. Hopefully we'll see her in more things where she plays a little deeper roles before she loses the 'cute' factor.

  2. This review is fantastic, the settings implies to be very amazing. Wish i could view this movie as soon as i can. The theme of it is very simple thus it connote to be lovable.