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The Vow

  PG-13 HD Closed Captioning

Michael Sucsy

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Plot Summary

Real-life story of a newlywed New Mexico couple, Kim and Krickitt Carpenter, who were struck by tragedy shortly after their marriage. A car crash puts the wife in a coma, where she is cared for by her devoted husband. 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.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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29%
  • Reviews Counted: 126
  • Fresh: 37
  • Rotten: 89
  • Average Rating: 4.9/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Rotten: The two stars look dewy and glossy and unexceptional, bound together less by chemistry than by the ministrations of a hard-working costume designer. – Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly, Feb 10, 2012

Rotten: This is a movie that leaves you wanting more. To care more, to cry more, to love more. – Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times, Feb 9, 2012

Rotten: The Vow makes the least of its concept, refusing to acknowledge that a love need not be perfect to merit holding on to. – Nick Pinkerton, Village Voice, Feb 10, 2012

Rotten: "The Vow" is a cinematic box of candy wrapped in bright red cellophane. Like any box of chocolates, you have to bite a lot of bad centers to get to the few good ones. – Louis B. Parks, San Francisco Chronicle, Feb 9, 2012

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Customer Reviews

A FORMULAIC, YET CHARMING ROMANCE

Honestly, "The Vow" was somewhat better than how most of the top critics made it seem. I took my girlfriend to see it with her on opening weekend because she loves those sort of films, so I had low expectations. And you know what? It wasn't half bad. Sure, it was full of syrupy, schmaltzy formula and overly sentimental dialogue, but it was actually pretty charming nonetheless. Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum (who've both starred in their share of clichéd romantic dramas) do the best with what they're given, and their chemistry is surprisingly strong overall. Even the based-on-true-events story, with all its mundane plot holes and predictable twists, was sweet and emotionally engaging enough to keep my interest afloat. In the end, my girlfriend ended up enjoying it and so did I. It definitely isn't the best romance I've ever seen, but it's still an entertaining film that benefits from its respectable lead performances from McAdams and Tatum, and a thoughtful premise. So if you just wanna watch a simple, feel-good love story that you and your special someone can both enjoy, "The Vow" is a fine choice.

YES!!!

Finaly a release date... May 8 come now!!! I don't care what all those negative people say. This is one of the best romantic movies ever... yay!!! Can't wait :)

The best movie next to the notebook

I love this movie!!!!!! Makes me remember why I fell in love with my husband.

The Vow
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  • $12.99
  • Genre: Romance
  • Released: 2012

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