The Vow Review Cast
: Channing Tatum, Rachel McAdams, Sam Neill, Jessica McNamee, Scott Speedman, Wendy Crewson, Jessica Lange Director
: Michael Sucsy Genre
: Romance, Drama Rated
: MARunning Time
: 104 minutesSynopsis
: The story of a newlywed couple whose life is struck by tragedy when a car crash puts the wife in a coma. When she comes to, without any memory of her husband or their marriage, the husband must woo her and ultimately win her heart once again.In A Love Rediscovered, The Love Story RediscoveredVerdict
: As soon as I read the synopsis of The Vow, I knew it was the perfect film for me - sappy romance and that sweet Nicholas Sparks sadness that leaves you thinking of those you love and dearly care for.
The casting of The Vow was magical; Channing Tatum and stunning Rachel McAdams are the perfect leads for this enticing romance that showcases how we grow, change and experience eternal love.
I was surprised that The Vow isn't as predictable and mainstream as I thought. From the moment Paige (Rachel McAdams) wakes and mistakes her husband (Channing Tatum) as her doctor, nothing is expected and The Vow presents a strong narrative with unexpected twists
The Vow is a gorgeous and deeply emotive film that captivates audiences with Paige and Leo's love story - but make sure you don't forget the tissues, it is guaranteed to bring a tear, or two, to the eye.Rating
Brooke HunterRelease Date
: February 9th, 2012Website