Leap Year (Blu-ray)

Directed By: Anand Tucker Starring: Amy Adams Matthew Goode

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by ginam87 on 2/29/2012

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As two princes on a daring mission to save their land, they must rescue the heir apparents fiancee before their kingdom is destroyed. Thadeous has spent his life watching his perfect older brother fabious embark upon valiant journeys and win the hearts of his people.


Studio Universal
SKU 214562451
UPC 025192044212
UPC 14 00025192044212
Format Blu-Ray DVD
Release Date 3/13/2012
Rating Rating
Romantic Comedy
Theatrical Release
Editors Note
Note ENCHANTED's Amy Adams intends to charm more audiences with this giggle-filled romance. The Oscar-nominated actress stars as a woman who flies to Dublin to take advantage of an Irish tradition that says men who are proposed to on February 29 must marry their love. Director Anand Tucker takes a break from this serious drama of WHEN DID YOU LAST SEE YOUR FATHER? and HILARY & JACKIE to do this comedy.
Chicago Sun-Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "Amy Adams and Matthew Goode have the charm necessary to float a romantic comedy like LEAP YEAR....Adams has an ability to make things seem fresh and new..." 01/06/2010
Entertainment Weekly "[Adams] is fiery and vulnerable, wistful and exuberant; she lends a rare dignity to the portrayal of a woman who doesn't know what she wants." -- Grade: B- 01/15/2009
Anand Tucker
Amy Adams
Matthew Goode
Cast & Crew
Amy Adams - Star
Matthew Goode - Star
Simon Beaufoy - Screenwriter
J.C. Spink - Producer
Gary Barber - Producer
Harry Elfont - Screenwriter
Deborah Kaplan - Screenwriter
Roger Birnbaum - Producer
Jonathan Glickman - Producer
Chris Bender - Producer
Anand Tucker - Director
Technical Info
UPC 00025192044212
Number of Discs 1
Running Time 101 minutes
Color Color
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  2.40:1
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review Amy Adams and Matthew Goode have the charm necessary to float a romantic comedy like Leap Year, and this is a story that needs their buoyancy. A sort of conspiracy forms between the audience and the screen: We know what has to happen, and the movie knows what has to happen, and the point is to keep us amused. Leap Year does better than that: It made me care. It does that by not being too obvious about what it is obviously trying to do...Let's start off on the same page. A sweet but over-organized young woman named Anna (Amy Adams) has been dating a high-powered heart surgeon named Jeremy (Adam Scott) for four years. He's pleasant, attentive, presentable and shares her goal of buying a condo in the best building in Boston. He does nothing, absolutely nothing, wrong. For veteran filmgoers, he has one fatal flaw: He has a healthy head of hair, and every strand is perfectly in place. No modern movie hero can have his hair combed...Anna flies off to Ireland. The flight lasts only long enough for her to survive severe turbulence. The plane is diverted to Cardiff. Is anyone surprised that Anna doesn't arrive in Dublin on schedule? Despite canceled ferry boats, she makes her way to Ireland by hiring a tugboat. The skipper says they can't land at Cork but must head for Dingle. Dingle in Ireland is more or less as far as you can get from Wales (or Dublin), but never mind...Then take another look at Jeremy. I'm not going to say he's too handsome. All I have to say is that in a silent movie, he could simply walk on the screen and you'd know he's not going to get the girl. The movie carefully avoids making him a heavy. It's rather clever: He smoothly does more or less exactly what she's trained him to do, and what he doesn't understand is that she no longer believes in that version of himself...Bottom line: This is a full-bore, PG-rated, sweet rom-com. It sticks to the track, makes all the scheduled stops and bears us triumphantly to the station. And it is populated by colorful characters, but then, when was the last time you saw a boring Irishman in a movie?
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 7
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Claudia Puig, USA Today Amy Adams is bratty, uptight and self-absorbed, but sweetly so.
Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle Half the game is having personalities onscreen worth observing, and Adams definitely qualifies.

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Great movie by ginam87 on Feb 29, 2012