When yet another anniversary passes without a marriage proposal from her boyfriend, Anna decides to take action. Aware of a Celtic tradition that allows women to pop the question on Feb. 29, she plans to follow her lover to Dublin and ask him to marry her. Fate has other plans, however, and Anna winds up on the other side of the Emerald Isle with handsome, but surly, Declan -- an Irishman who may just lead Anna down the road to true love.
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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Leap Year torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Visually taught and emotionally murky. Cool colour palette and cool emotions run deep through this production.
(au) wrote: Cast: Forest Whitaker, Rene Zellweger, Madeline Zima, Nick Nolte, Elias Koteas, Andrea Powell, Lara Grice, Del Pentecost, Jay Patterson, Michael Harding Summary: Years after a life-changing car accident that left her paralyzed, a wheelchair-bound woman (Rene Zellweger) embarks on a cross-country journey to reconnect with her long-lost son, accompanied by a friend (Forest Whitaker) who won't let her wallow in self-pity. She used to be a singer, but lately, she's lost her voice. Maybe facing her emotional demons will bring music back into her life. Olivier Dahan (La Vie en Rose) writes and directs. My Thoughts: "I found it to be a beautiful but simple film. I am not a big fan of Renee Zellweger, but this is the first time I felt like she gave a honest performance. I enjoyed her singing as well. She has a nice voice. I liked how the audience was introduced to the two leads. It jumps right in to who these characters are. It's an artsy film. I liked the poetic commentary from Zellweger throughout the film. I also enjoyed the music as well, which I read that some or all was written by Bob Dylan specifically for the film. Forest Whitaker, I thought, did a fantastic job at playing schizophrenic Joey. He was loving, crazy, but sane all at once. It's a great road-trip film, with some really great characters along the way. For me the film was about dreams, friendship, and acceptance. I loved it. But I am sure it's not going to be a film for all. But do give it a chance."
(au) wrote: Only cause it had my boo Nic in it...but I didn't like the romantic aspect of the movie....they could have left that out.
(br) wrote: This movie was good for a teen romance, and it was actually pretty funny. It was a cute movie with lots of hilarious characters. I enjoyed it.
(us) wrote: so im searching for Faeries, and am not succeeding. if anyone knows how to locate a copy, id appreciate it immensely. Im looking for the 1981 version from TV, not the 2000 version.
(nl) wrote: I gave this movie a B-
(fr) wrote: After a 747 gets hijacked by a group of terrorist and has enough explosives to blow the whole eastern seaboard a group of soldiers get on board the plane to stop the terrorists and undetonate the bombs or the president has no other choice but to blow the plane up with the terrorists and 400 others on the plane. Loaded with tons of great actors and enough action and excitement this is definitely a great action movie. Star powered with the likes of Kurt Russell, Halle Berry, John Leguizamo, Oliver Platt, and even Steven Seagull are all on it this terrific and thrilling movie. movie's like these that are edge of your seat exciting and have action throughout it are the best. And this movie is the ticket if that is what you enjoy watching.
(br) wrote: hahah umm. well then. very intersting indeed.
(it) wrote: A high-spirited caper that maintains it's cheery and innocent sense of fun all the way through the (highly entertaining) end credits. I'm not the biggest Pfieffer fan, but she is excellent here, and Matthew Modine and her share some charming onscreen chemistry. Bladwin is hilarious in a small role, and Oliver Platt gets a lot of laughs popping up every now and again. This, like Demme's The Silence of the Lambs, feels very much like a community project, and you can tell everyone had a say in their creative elements from Tak Fujimoto's photography and Demme's invisibly effective direction, the the actors' performances and the hairstylists. It all comes together to create a pretty joyful, and memorable, farce.
(nl) wrote: The last time I watched this was in the early 90's
(gb) wrote: Kenji Misumi has directed many of the Zatoichi movies and most of the Lone Wolf & Cub movies. When it comes to Zatoichi this is my favorite by him. It looks great, everything from the boat scenes to the sword fighting is top notch. He even throws some comedy our way that actually works without feeling to silly. A great chapter in the Zatoichi epic.
(us) wrote: The pacing is hard to get used to. Aparajito is slow, slow, slow - but it's still a great film. The story of Apu continues as he must decide whether to stay in his small town or pursue his education. His decision is complicated by his father's death and his mother's illness. The beauty of the movie is in it's ability to capture real life events in a very true and honest way. It's slow going but worth the journey. This is no Bollywood movie - it's quite different from anything you might expect from India. Looking forward to seeing how the trilogy completes itself.
(nl) wrote: Visually stunning (sets, costumes, stunts), with a great cast, but there are some weaknesses in the directing, as everything looks overly acted and some scenes feel clumsy. For a 140 minutes-long movie, there are surprisingly few explanations and character development. Many of the supporting characters are barely named in passing. Transitions from different parts of the movie often occur with little to no context, which impairs the understanding of the storyline.
(ag) wrote: Am not sure if this is true events what happened in the Iraqi royal house. But for Uday's performance it was astounding compared to the hero's role but that's not bad news for Dominic since he plays both roles.
(de) wrote: "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is everything that you want from a comedy. Goofy characters, situational irony, slapstick humor, and a loud, dysfunctional family punctuate the Oscar-nominated script written by Nia Vardalos. Every joke in the script is delivered to perfection. Since the script is based on Vardalos' family and marriage to a non-Greek man, she was the obvious choice to play the lead and does so with absolute sincerity. A good movie transports you into its setting, but a great movie convinces you that it is truth. The jokes are fantastic from the main character's perpetually Greek upbringing to the father's excessive use of Windex as a household remedy. Laughing out loud is not an option with this over-the-top cast. Under the many layers of comedy, the film carries the important themes of embracing family (no matter how weird they are and being proud of where you came from. I love the tribute to "That Thing You Do," another film produced by Tom Hanks, by using and arrangement of the song "All My Only Dreams" for the first dance. It is no surprise that "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is one of the highest grossing romantic comedies of all time and should be approached with the expectation of "extreme giddiness."