30 Underrated Movies – Day 27

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Today’s movie was introduced to me by my cousin. She recommended the movie to me knowing I would fall in love with it, and she was right!

Kristian’s 27th underrated movie is:

Leap Year (2010) Directed by Anand Tucker

Leap Year

This movie ignited my already burning desire to visit Ireland. The scenery is so gorgeous. I found myself laughing throughout the movie, but certain parts really struck me, because Anna (Amy Adams) reminds me a little of myself.

There’s an old Irish tradition that women can propose to men on leap year, so Anna flies to Ireland to propose to her boyfriend who is there on business. Things don’t go according to her plan and Anna finds herself in an Inn, butting heads with the owner.

This movie is funny, full of heart-squeezing content, and as I mentioned, the scenery is absolutely stunning!

I recommend pairing this movie with Moscato and fruit.

Have you seen Leap Year? Did you enjoy it? What movie(s) do you recommend?

Love & life lessons,

Kristian

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15 Responses to 30 Underrated Movies – Day 27

  1. I watched it few years ago. Lots of fun! 🙂

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  2. Brad Osborne says:

    I love a good Moscato and I have a thing for Amy Adams. I am fully buying in on your suggestions!

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  4. Laura Beth says:

    I love Amy Adams! I enjoyed this movie when I saw it several years ago.

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