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Plot: Leo and Paige are a couple who just got married. After an accident, Paige is left unconscious, and when she awakes she doesn't remember Leo. Her parents, whom she hasn't since she and Leo got together, come and visit her. She can't believe that she hasn't seen them for such a long time. Leo wants to bring her home with him but her parents want her to go with them. She goes with Leo but when she doesn't recognize anything, she goes to her parents. And she wonders why did she cut off contact with her family. She also runs into her ex and wonders why they broke up. Leo tries to win her back by courting her again. Runtime: 104 mins Release Date: 08 Mar 2012
The movie will definitely put a smile on your face. It's a romantic drama with a few brushes of comedy thrown in.Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum play a young married couple whose lives take a tragic fate when they suffer a head on car accident.McAdams's character isn't horribly disfigured or anything like that, but she suffer brain trauma which has blocked all memory of Tatum's character Leo.Leo tries to get regain her memory by trying to have her fall in love with him again.It's true that these types of movies aren't original, but that doesn't bother me too much <more>
as long as the product is good.The performances are excellent, Channing and Rachel have great chemistry and supporting cast from Sam Neil to Jessica Lange is more than adequate.All it's just a nice romantic movie.
This is my first review, so you may take it with a grain of salt. I usually spend a lot of time reading reviews but never care to write. I was so impressed by this film that I just had to write something and share with the IMDb world what an amazing film this is. I was dragged to this movie by my wife. I don't really care for these kinds of movies, but as I sat there watching the film I became so intertwined with the characters. This movie does an excellent job at building the characters and allowing you to feel the emotion. I wouldn't really recommend this film to single guys, maybe <more>
a group of girls, but being married and having a sense of understanding of that kind of love is being portrayed really made an impact on me, so a definite yes to couples! There were many things in that film that I could relate to which was amazing, tears and laughter! I also love how this film portrayed marriage. Anymore these days films are skewing the way marriage should be, and how we should treat one another; it's truly sad. Wonderful film!! Highly recommend it to anyone married young or old.
Love it, a beautiful story an great acting, Channing Tatum has become a good actor. Rachael Mcadams is perfect for this movie. One of the best Valentine Day Movie. This movie made people the the movie theater laugh and cry. Guys take your women to see this movie. Channing Tatum's character Leo is trying too woo back the of his life after a car accident take took the memory of his new wife Rachel Mcadams Paige . She lost the last five year of memory, before she met Leo and when she was engaged too another men, so she now don't know Leo. The movie is told from the perception of Leo, <more>
who now have to deal with her estrange family and ex boyfriend
The thing about The Vow was very well acted, especially Channing Tatum's character, Leo. It was shown from his side of the story, which is what set it apart from just your other typical romantic comedy. The was compassion, you saw it in McAdams & Tatum's eyes. They had on set chemistry that made you believe and made you feel like you were apart of it It wasn't over the top. People that are trying to compare it to The Notebook doesn't do the movie justice. The Vow is believable, and the fact that it is based on true events, make it even more heart warming. The movie was <more>
great from start to finish. People are in for a treat, and that treat is to see a good romantic comedy that isn't like every other one. It stands out.
A nice film for all couples out there. (by DarkVulcan29)
A very much in love married couple named Leo and Paige Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams are driving home after a date, but soon get into a car accident. Leo escapes with minor injuries, but Paige suffers some damage to the brain, after weeks of being in a coma, she comes out of it, but only to discover she has no memory of Leo, or there time together. Leo struggles to win her heart all over again. But then things get really complicated when Paiges controlling parents Sam Neill and Jessica Lange come into the picture, will this all end well.A very well made film, it's funny, <more>
romantic,and dramatic at the same. Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams give very believable performances, you really felt there struggle in the film that they go through. Sam Neill and Jessica Lange are also good too. This is a great date or a great couple movie.
"Moments of Impact Define Who We Are." (by jdp831)
The Vow is a romantic movie about the tragedy of a relationship between Paige and Leo after a fateful car accident, which causes Paige to lose her memory of the past five years of her life. The years lost, mainly included the knowledge of her current husband and her life. The love struck couple goes from having a giggly young love, to walking on thin ice. Leo soon realizes that his marriage with his true love is at stake and will stop at nothing to help Paige remember and rekindle their love. The main actors, Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams did a fantastic job of really stepping into the <more>
place of their roles. I genuinely believed that I was watching reality. Throughout this movie the director has Leo using personal dialogue at important moments and tuning out every sound that is going on around him. This highlights the major themes and ideas that go along throughout this movie. The car crash in the beginning was a very crucial moment for this movie. In order to capture this moment perfectly, the director filmed the accident in slow motion to emphasize how serious and life threatening this crash was. I really liked how the director played out the breaking point of Leo and Paige's relationship; I was not expecting it to happen the way it did. It broke my heart and made me sympathize with their situation. It was heartbreaking to see how much pain Leo was in to say goodbye to his "wife." This movie will keep you on the edge of your seat. Unlike other movies, the events in this movie are not what you would expect. There is suspense, romance, and heartbreak involved with the emotional effect of this movie. This movie will make the audience tap into their true feelings at one point or another, and at times the movie can even bring up memories of past or previous lovers. The Vow is an excellent movie, which fits right along with other popular movies such as; The Notebook, Dear John, The Last Song, and other famous Nicholas Sparks movies. All of these movies contain love stories with a tragedy involved that are well known and loved. Although I was upset and disappointed that Paige never regained her memory and didn't officially get back together with Leo in the movie, I was glad that the ending was not a predictable one. However, the ending did hint that Paige and Leo were going to "start over" and try again. The Vow is a romantic movie with an unexpected yet fitting ending. This movie is an overpowering example of true love and the deep connection two people feel for one another, despite obstacles that come in their paths.
Basically, if you're a romantic drama type, you'll love this movie. I'm NOT a romantic drama type, and I still enjoyed it immensely. The shining star, no pun intended, for me was Channing Tatum. He added so much subtle, and sometimes not-so-subtle, comedy to the movie. The ending was also not expected but I was satisfied with it. That said though, I could have easily watched another 30 minutes of this. No one was ready for it to end and that's a good sign. The plot is what it is, being based on a true story and all. It felt like the screenwriters and director wanted to stay <more>
close to the actual events and it worked. I would have paid for this and been happy. Romance drama fans will be pleased. Non romance drama fans will be pleased.
Sweet but not exactly a romance in the traditional sense. (by MartinHafer)
While reading up on "The Vow", I learned that professional reviewers didn't particularly care for this film. The same can be said for many of the IMDb reviews. While I would disagree, since I really enjoyed the film, I can certainly understand some of the dislike. For folks wanting a traditional romantic film, "The Vow" isn't exactly a date movie. A traditional date film has a formula--including a happy ending. And, oddly, the film ends on a hopeful but vague note--disappointing those needing the happy finale.In addition to reading up on the reviews, I also looked <more>
into the story of Kimand Krickitt Carpenter--the couple whose real life story inspired this film. I say inspires because so much of the film is fictional and the religious faith of the Carpenters was omitted in "The Vow". It's sad, as although you don't want a preachy film, it's odd how in films today there is NO reference to God or almost none and this might have been an interesting addition to the movie.Now on to the film. The story, if you don't know, is about a newly married couple who are in a terrible traffic accident. Leo Channing Tatum is okay but his wife, Paige Rachel McAdams is left in a coma. Oddly, when she awakens, she has a strange sort of amnesia where the most recent portion of her life is missing. This means she has no idea who her husband is and their time together is, naturally, quite uncomfortable and awkward. At the same time, Paige's no longer existent relationship with her parents is suddenly given a second chance and they work hard to recapture her love and make her the girl she used to be. What will become of poor Leo? The two leads, McAdams and Tatum were quite good in the film and easy to watch. The script rather clever and enjoyable. And, overall I have very little negative to say about the film. Well worth seeing--just be forewarned that although there is a lot of romance in the film, it is not at all traditional or what you might expect from such a movie.
Great drama/romantic-drama. Keeps its distance from clichés and cheesiness. (by MosHr)
Eight years ago, in the same Valentine's day weekend, "50 first dates" hit the theaters and made memory loss into a romantic comedy. "The Vow" takes another form of memory loss but the same guy-forgetting effect to a romantic comedy setup. Paige Rachel McAdams loses the past five years of her memories; the past five years where he met and married her husband Leo Channing Tatum . Then tada, the plot then circles back to the same need: he must make her fall in love with him again.Memory loss makes for good Valentine's day fodder because it can explore the concept <more>
of soul mates. If the girl loses the memory of the entire relationship, would she do it over with the same guy or would she forge new lives? After all, couples destined to be together should survive a memory loss.Away from the main plot engine, "The Vow" is a good romantic drama; it is given to very little of the usual confectioneries and cheesiness that comes with Valentine's day pushes. McAdams expertly portrays the stranger while Tatum expertly does the love-sick but often kicked puppy or bulldog . Paige and Leo are art-school city "hipsters"; them not being upper middle class, it provides some fresher and more interesting dynamics in the story telling.As a sideline, I think Leo probably has two really dumb and uncomfortable lines in the movies. The first being something about tingling hands of Thom Yorke's fingers and marriage. The second being when asked about if recording studio is a dying form because people can record on their computers, he goes on a long bubbly enthusiastic blabber about slapbacks and something else.Overall, "The Vow" makes for good Valentine's day movie but I think it also makes for good drama. Comparing it to the lame romantic comedies that have come to define this week of year at the movies, at least you won't be spend the entire length of the movie rolling your eyes and shaking your head.