After four years of waiting for her boyfriend (Adam Scott) to propose, Amy (Amy Adams) decides to follow an old Irish custom that allows the woman to propose on Feb 29th. However, a funny thing happens on her way to pop the question. (The unexpected complication is played by Matthew Goode.)
Why Is Leap Year Rated PG?
Leap Year is rated PG for sensuality and language.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Leap Year...
Alcohol consumption is common in this movie where characters imbibe frequently in bars, homes and at other social settings. In one scene, a character drinks excessively while bemoaning her situation and later vomits as a result of the liquor. A woman is seen wearing only her underwear. The outline of her figure is also shown through a shower curtain. Couples exchange passionate kisses. Men engage in a fistfight over a stolen suitcase. One character is kicked in the groin. A woman is hit in the head with a shoe. A character falls down a steep incline. A chicken is killed off screen. The dialogue includes name-calling, profanities, terms of Deity and some brief sexual innuendo.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Leap Year.
In The Gods Must Be Crazy, a harried journalist shares similar experiences with Anna after leaving her big city job to become a schoolteacher in a primitive African village. Waking Ned Devine offers adults an entertaining though irreverent peek into an Irish community. Amy Adams plays a disheartened young office worker who determines to cook her way through Julia Childs Mastering the Art of French Cooking in Julie & Julia.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Leap Year...
Release Date: 4 May 2010
Leap Year comes to DVD and Blu-ray with the following bonus materials:
Leap Year on Blu-ray disc also offers:
-BD Live Access
- pocket BLU app for iPhone or iPod Touch!
- Virtual Remote and Keyboard
- social BLU