Overall Rank: 15645
Average Rating: 2.1/4
# of Ratings: 41
Theatrical Release Date: 01/08/2010
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 05/04/2010
Genre: Comedy, Romance
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Anand Tucker
Actors: Amy Adams, Kaitlin Olson, Matthew Goode, Adam Scott, Peter O'Meara, Michael J. Reynolds
Plot: A woman has an elaborate plan to propose to her boyfriend in Ireland on Leap Day, Feb. 29th. When bad weather threatens to ruin her plan, an unlikely ally comes to her aid and her plan might still succeed. -- Chris Kavan
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lisa wa - wrote on 05/07/2011
I was not too impressed with this film. I can't really peg what it was, but it just didn't capture my attention. It might have been that the chemistry wasn't too great. It was funny and all, but it just didn't catch my interest. On the more positive side, the acting was adequate. Amy Adams was funny and probably even saved the movie from being less than okay. You should give it a chance and see for yourself.
Ikkinbot - wrote on 07/07/2010
This movie suffers from very boring and not overly good writing. Amy Adams and Mathew Goode are interesting though they didn't have the best chemistry together. It seemed to me that this movie got in its own way. In the end it was just a poorly done mix of The Matchmaker (with Janeane Garofalo) and a Doris Day movie. If you really like romantic comedies you'll probably be fine with it all. To me the humor was missing a bit of edge.
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MovieAddict - wrote on 05/16/2012
Anna (Amy Adams) is a Boston perfectionist who has grown inpatient waiting for her cardiologist boyfriend Jeremy (Adam Scott) to propose to her. So when he goes to Dublin for a conference she decides to follow him there and propose to him on Leap Day February 29th in accordance with Irish tradition (this is the one day when it's OK for a woman to propose to a man). Unfortunately, travel doesn't go according to plan and she ends up at a local establishment (which serves as the town's local pub, hotel, taxi service, etc.). She convinces the sarcastic and cynical business owner Declan (Matthew Goode) to drive her to Dublin and against his better judgment he takes her up on her offer. The two of course are polar opposites (He calls her an idiot she calls him jackass) but over the course of …
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