We've seen this movie before.
Comedy, Drama, Romance
Amy Adams, Matthew Goode, John Lithgow
Ivan said on Wednesday, August 15, 2012 2:31:18 AM
difference i dont see the between this movie and friends with benefits this movie is so typical. we're not going to fall in love , oh i'm not good with commitment, i'm a work-a-holic *end of movie* i love you yeahhh, not my cup of tea.
Leann Lee said on Monday, July 11, 2011 2:59:36 AM
I love this movie (Leap Year). It's funny, sweet, get to see another country, and there is chemestry between the lead actors. The cinematography is lovely. I really enjoyed the movie and the ending.
david said on Sunday, December 12, 2010 8:26:30 PM
I know im in the minority, but i liked this film...nothing great but liked the chemistry between the two leads
Kimmer said on Saturday, October 02, 2010 2:21:46 AM
I agree with you Samuel. I only wish I would have had someone to bond with over the wretchedness of the movie.
It's one of the worst movies I have seen this year. In fact I actually watched 3/4 of the movie in 1.5 speed because I was just praying for it to be over.
Samuel G said on Saturday, March 13, 2010 12:30:56 AM
I'm seriously making a decision that this is the worst movie I've ever seen. I went to see it at a $2 theater, with a friend, and even though we still had a great time bonding over how badly this movie sucked, it's still wasn't worth a single thing.
It's fitting because it's a parallel of my absolute favorite movie of all time, In Bruges. But where as that had a unique story and wonderfully plot points and characters, the screenplay is filled with cliches, you know the ending from the bill board, and you want these characters to die in a car bomb, the only Irish cliche they didn't put in there.
john g said on Sunday, January 17, 2010 3:00:17 PM
Glad to see Richar Roeper again,
I've missed his reviews on TV.
Wish they would bring back roeper & ?? at the movies
Love Amy Adams,
i'm sure this one is predictable, but makes for a pleasant after lunch/dinner winter day out so I think its worth seeing , depending on how strong your "suspension of disbelief" powers are :)
Sean Saulsbury said on Monday, January 11, 2010 1:01:03 PM
You could tell all this from the trailer! Review should have had the headline: "Skip Leap Year" :).