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The Vow

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The Vow

Michael Sucsy (2012)

12 Certificate


Our Score
Action man Channing Tatum revisits Dear John territory here to once again show off his more sensitive side. The GI Joe star plays Leo, whose wife Paige (Rachel McAdams) suffers severe head trauma in a car crash and loses all memory of her time with her husband. So he resolves to woo her again, despite opposition from Paige's parents (Jessica Lange and Sam Neill, both underused) and a former flame (Scott Speedman). This three-tissue tear-jerker is slickly made and pushes all the right emotional buttons. It also helps that the two leads are attractive ones. However, the more cynical may baulk at the movie's schmaltzy manipulativeness, its pretentious voice-over and, truth to tell, its innate dullness. But for anyone who's easily pleased and likes a good old sob, The Vow is just the ticket.


A newlywed couple are involved in a car accident, and the wife wakes up with no memory of her husband. While he tries to get her to fall in love with him all over again, she is reunited with her estranged parents, who never approved of the marriage and see her condition as a chance to make a fresh start. Romantic drama, with Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Jessica Lange and Sam Neill.

Cast & Crew

Paige Rachel McAdams
Leo Channing Tatum
Bill Thornton Sam Neill
Jeremy Scott Speedman
Rita Thornton Jessica Lange
Kyle Lucas Bryant
Dr Fishman Wendy Crewson
Director Michael Sucsy
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Sony Guidance: Some violence. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 10 Feb 2012


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