Happy young married couple Paige (McAdams) and Leo (Tatum) are, well, happy. Then a car accident puts Paige into a life-threatening coma. Upon awakening she has lost the previous five years of memories, including those of her beloved Leo, her wedding, a confusing relationship with her parents, or the ending of her relationship with her ex-fiance. Despite these complications, Leo endeavors to win her heart again and rebuild their marriage.
This was one of those movies that just kind of was a straight chick flick with few other aspects. The guys wife gets into a car accident and she loses her memory and he tries to get her to love him again. The ending was a little different than how I figured it would be. But I guess that it had to end like that because it's based on a true story. If you're a woman watch it but if you're a guy skip this one unless you don't mind an average rated chick flick. 5/10
The dramatic love story "The Vow" is about Leo (Channing Tatum) who wants to win his wife Paige ( Rachel McAdams) back. Inspired by really happened events, the author tells a story about a car-accident in which Paige loses her memories and falls into coma. Paige does not now anything about Leo anymore and so he tries everything to get her memories back. Will he be able to manage it?
Watching the film is like acting in he film together with the actors and it is not exhausting to watch the film. However, the end comes suddenly and is too short. There are some questions left at the end of the film. To conclude, the film is very great and the running time ends fast. In most ways the film is good and the few badthings cannot make the film negative at all.
If you participated in or supported the OWS crowd that camped in city parks last year, this movie is for you. If not, don't waste your money. There were way too many political statements in this movie... Had some really bizarre scenes at the beginning of the movie. The ending could have been better written. Perhaps it was the director's first movie - if not, then he's a slow learner........
Sorry girls, I'm not one for chick flicks. I actually felt really mean when doing this, but I actually laughed when she went through the windshield. That's just me texting throughout the movie though. I'm more of a geeky adventure type kinda girl. But, I said, what the hell, I'll go. And I ended up getting popcorn thrown at me for laughing at parts that most girls said "Awwww," or were bawling. Sorry. Not the best creation.
The Vow is a bittersweet amnesia tale that starts with Paige (Rachel McAdams) unfastening her seatbelt to have enchanting sex with partner Leo (Channing Tatum) one cold evening in Chicago, illinois. Before foreplay can start, they're hit from behind by a vehicle, she goes through the windshield and comes out of a coma some several weeks later with no storage of her partner or wedding. Instead of a gathering with Leo, Paige goes again to her former lifestyle with her rigid, upper-middle-class mother and father (Sam Neill, Jessica Lange), whose big key is lengthy withheld from the viewers, and who are curved on wooing her again from Leo and his slightly countercultural lifestyle. He has to deal with to maintain her, and one of his tasks is effective her that her preferred novel isn't that Paige-turner, Wayne Patterson's The Seaside Home, but something much more serious. Some process that. Said to be "Inspired by real events" (which movie isn't nowadays?), The Vow is a shateringly humourless matter that I anticipate to have overlooked by time this evaluation seems to be.