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    Leap Year

    Anna Brady plans to travel to Dublin, Ireland in order to force her boyfriend to accept her wedding proposal by scheduling it on leap day, the only time when he couldn't refuse due to the country's tradition.
    Duration: 100 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2010
    IMDb: 6.5
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  • Actors of "Leap Year"

  • Characters of "Leap Year"

    Anna Brady. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Amy Adams
    Declan. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Matthew Goode
    Jeremy. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Adam Scott
    Jack Brady. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: John Lithgow
    Seamus. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Noel O'Donovan
    Frank. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Tony Rohr
    Donal. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Pat Laffan
    Joe. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Alan Devlin
    Eileen. Character of Leap Year
    Ron. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Peter O'Meara
    Father Malone. Character of Leap Year
    Libby. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Kaitlin Olson
    Edith. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Liza Ross
    Adele. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Marcia Warren
    Jerome. Character of Leap Year
    Kaleigh. Character of Leap Year
    Fergus. Character of Leap Year
    Bobbo. Character of Leap Year
    Played by: Brian Milligan
    Carla. Character of Leap Year
    Stefano. Character of Leap Year
    Tommo. Character of Leap Year
  • Directors of "Leap Year"

    Anand Tucker. Director of Leap Year
    Anand Tucker
    Birthdate: 24 June 1963, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Creators of "Leap Year"

    Deborah Kaplan. Director of Leap Year
    Deborah Kaplan
    Harry Elfont. Director of Leap Year
    Harry Elfont
    Birthdate: 5 April 1968, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Leap Year"

    Time Out
    February 26, 2010

    While thereâ(TM)s some chemistry between the pair, itâ(TM)s not enough to compensate for their paper-thin characters, never mind all the crosseyed Guinness-swilling extras.

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch
    January 14, 2010

    In Hollywood, it's all about the concept, and some studio executive must have thought it would be fun to watch Adams slogging around in the Irish mud. Unfortunately, there's no accounting for taste.

    MSN Movies
    January 09, 2010

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

    New York Post
    January 08, 2010

    Leap Year may be the least funny Hollywood comedy to take advantage of Irish tax credits since The Honeymooners.

    Globe and Mail
    January 08, 2010

    The most charming of actors can be left flailing in the face of a feeble script and direction.

    New York Times
    January 08, 2010

    What makes Leap Year so singularly dispiriting is precisely that it is bad without distinction â" so witless, charmless and unimaginative that it can be described as a movie only in a strictly technical sense.

    American Profile
    October 05, 2011

    The bright spot in this boggy botched mess is Amy Adams, a fine and always interesting actress who sparkles and shines here despite the stilted storyline, preposterous improbabilities and an artificially sweetened storybook ending.

    Reel Film Reviews
    May 09, 2010

    ...a familiar yet watchable piece of work...

    Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
    May 08, 2010

    ...generic romantic comedy about a beautiful young woman (Amy Adams, experiencing a career low) who plans to land her commitment-shy boyfriend by flying to Ireland and surprising him by proposing on Feb. 29

    Moving Pictures Magazine
    March 25, 2010

    Scribes Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont rely heavily on the dramatic Irish landscape - and it is dramatic - to make up for the lack of drama in their script.

    Salt Lake Tribune
    March 12, 2010

    Adams is cute as a button, as always, but even she can't energize this tired excuse for a comedy.

    Empire Magazine
    February 26, 2010

    Rubbish. Irish eyes will be hard pressed to grimace, let alone smile.

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