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Leap Year
When their four-year anniversary passes without a marriage proposal, Anna (Amy Adams) decides to take matters into her own hands. Investing in an Irish tradition that allows women to propose to men...  View more >

Starring Amy Adams, Matthew Goode, Kaitlin Olson...  View more >

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Jan 7, 2010
Jan 14, 2010
One of the pleasures of watching the big screen in 2009 is amy Adams. In 2009, she put out three good movies; "Sunshine Cleaning," "Night at the Museum 2:Battle of the Smithsornian," and "Julie and Julia." She gave a great performance to all three movies. In my review of "Julie and Julia," I said that Adams stole the movie from Meryl Streep. When I said it, I meant it. Amy adams can do anything on the big screen, and the latest movie "Leap Year," she put on another incredible performance. I love this actress very much. In this movie, she played a woman who journey to Irland so can proposed to her boyfriend. the reason why is in irish Legend that if a woman propse marriage, they're be together forever. But she experieced lots of problems on her way to Dublin. Everything bad happens to her. Even a Irishman played by Matthew Goode, who tried to help her get to Dublin, didn't do much good. The chemistry between the two is there, and in the end, she must decide to choose between the two men. I didn't care much about the plot. If another actress, other than Adams, who have taken the role, I probaby won't like the movie. But I care about Adams and her travel hazards. If she can go though hell, I go though hell with her. Sadly, this will be Amy Adams' final movie until she gives birth. I'm going to count the days until she is return to the big screen again.

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