The Vow is the heart wrenching story of two people madly in love who are forced apart due to tragedy. When newlyweds, actors Channing Tatum (Leo) and Rachel McAdams (Paige), are driving home, they crash their car causing severe injuries for both. Paige is then put into a coma, and when she wakes up she has no memory of her husband Leo, at all. Paige is then left trying to piece together her memory and identity while Leo fights to win her love once again. This movie brings audiences through the highs and lows of love and questions what it means to be married. Whether you believe that love is something predetermined by fate or just a random fluke, this movie will tug on your heart strings and make you feel again.
- @Moviecritquer01 of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
After a car accident, Paige (Rachel McAdams) has lost her memories of the past few years and thus does not recognize her husband, Leo (Channing Tatum). In her mind, she is still engaged to her former fiancé Jeremy, and she is still studying law at University. Despite her memory loss, Leo is determined to make his wife fall in love with him once again. This is my favorite romantic comedy, and it's mainly because of its ingenious plot. Every romance movie can be summed up in a sentence: girl meets boy, they fall in love, they deal with some problems, and then everything is back to normal. The problem with these generic romance movies is that they do not reflect a true relationship. Fortunately, The Vow is completely different.
- @Vaseline of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library