The Vow Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 1992

Average Rating: 2.8/4

# of Ratings: 120

Theatrical Release Date: 02/10/2012

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 05/08/2012

Language: English

Genre: Drama, Romance

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Director: Michael Sucsy

Actors: Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Sam Neill, Jessica Lange, Scott Speedman, Kristina Pesic

Plot: After a car accident, Paige survives but suffers from almost complete memory loss. With what little memory remains, her husband Leo is determined to win her heart back again. -- Chris Kavan

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Rating of
2/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 06/19/2014

The plot is about a horrible car accident, Paige survives but suffers from almost complete memory loss. With what little memory remains, her husband Leo is determined to win her heart back again. This movie has some cliches in it and the Characters are just forgettable, But I didn't hate it as I thought I would, The acting is good and the story is new and refreshing to watch and I didn't know that this was a true story at the first.

Rating of
3/4

Rod - wrote on 11/02/2012

A car accident jeopardizes the love vowed by the two people. The woman who forgets their relationship and the man determined to win her love back. *** At first I thought this would be another common and usual love story challenged by a lost memory of one of the two lovers. But I was wrong as this romantic film was able to put more substance to a complicated love story without actually messing it up until the end. Rachel McAdams is one charming actress that I love seeing on the screen, while Tatum is one actor who I still wait to give more than what he has been showing to us so far. Over-all, surprisingly, I loved it!

Rating of
2.5/4

Zeljka - wrote on 07/08/2012

Just an OK for this movie. For me, not romantic at all. It was so tedious to watch not really good actor Tatum, trying incessantly to win his wife over and over again, while the chemistry between them is non-existent. I like Rachel McAdams, but here she simply wasn't convincing enough. Maybe that's the script's fault - the logic behind her decision to stay with her parents is weird, especially after being warned she hadn't actually seen them for four years. She didn't even question them WHY she wouldn't want to see them for so long time. She suffered from severe amnesia, but I thought that didn't cover a drain of intelligence too.

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Daniel Corleone
Daniel Corleone
Movie God

Rating of
2.5/4

The Vow review

Daniel Corleone - wrote on 06/27/2012

Paige Collins (Rachel McAdams) and her husband Leo (Channing Tatum) encounters an accident that would change their lives. Paige forgets her recent memories while Leo tries everything to win her back. It's baffling how one can still be buff after eating so much chocolates and pizza. Channing Tatum reminds this critic of Keanu Reeves inability to act while mumbling through lines that could have been effective for the film. Rachel McAdams was wonderful while the rest of the veterans such as Neill an Lange solid. Camera work and soundtrack were superb. This film had that 50 First Dates feel with less humor and wit. Its premise was heartwarming and real life, which is the largest factor that it was entertaining. A descent romantic drama about sacrifices for love, being overly …

MovieAddict
MovieAddict
Producer

Rating of
2.5/4

Not Great but Not Bad Either!

MovieAddict - wrote on 04/28/2012

“How do you look at the girl you love and tell yourself it’s time to walk away?”

'Inspired by a true story' the movie follows Paige (Rachel McAdams) and Leo (Channing Tatum) who meet, fall in love and get married. Then there is a terrible car accident and Paige loses her memory, forgets her marriage and life with Leo. Although she is now an artist, she thinks that she's still in law school (which she had dropped out of many years ago) and that she's engaged to some other guy Jeremy. (Scott Speedman)

Leo does everything in his power to try and remind Paige of the love they once shared but it seems as though he is about to lose her to the attractive ex-fiancé and her doting family (played by Sam Neill and Jessica Lange). Will Leo succeed in winning her love back is the …

trophywife
trophywife
Director

Rating of
2.5/4

Movie Review of The Vow

trophywife - wrote on 02/16/2012

Hypothetically speaking, if you were to wake up from a coma and not remember anything about the last 4 years of your life, including the person you are married to, it would be a frightening and confusing ordeal. Of course, if the person claiming to be your spouse looked like Channing Tatum, there’s a distinct possibility you might be tempted to just go with it, although I suppose that’s simplifying the issue a bit. But if you are wondering if the storyline translates into a worthwhile movie, read on.

THE GOOD: Leo and Paige (portrayed by Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams respectively) are a cute, somewhat quirky couple who fall in love and get married in an artsy offhanded manner, and seem destined for marital bliss, until fate and slick winter roads in Chicago have other plans …

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