The Vow 2012 Subtitles

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Romantic drama in which the love of a pair of newlyweds is tested to the limit by their involvement in a car crash. Leo (Channing Tatum) and Paige (Rachel McAdams) are deeply in love. Having just got married, the pair enjoy an extended honeymoon and make plans for a future together. However, tragedy strikes when a freak car accident leaves Paige in hospital in a coma.

Starring:
Tatiana Maslany,Sam Neill
Runtime:
1 hour, 43 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Romance
Director Michael Sucsy
Starring Tatiana Maslany, Sam Neill
Supporting actors Jessica Lange, Dillon Casey, Jeananne Goossen, Scott Speedman, Channing Tatum, Rachel Mcadams
Studio Sony Pictures International
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Laura Hartley TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 12 Jun. 2013
Format: DVD
For those of you that have sat in romantic movies and said to yourself: 'but that wouldn't happen in real life!', may I present to you, The Vow, a true story. The plot line is really simple and yet incredibly moving. Paige and her husband Leo are involved in a serious car accent leaving Paige with severe memory loss. Paige's last memories are when she was engaged to another man, her relationship with her family was great and she was attending law school. Leo is but a stranger to her. Leo is determined to win back Paige's heart and salvage their marriage, but it won't be easy starting anew. Is true love a once in a lifetime opportunity or will Leo be able to make Paige fall back in love with him all over again?

Rachel McAdams has been crowned the 'Rom-Com Queen' so she was really in her element in this movie. It was interesting to see her in a slightly more serious romantic setting, going back to what brought her to stardom in the world of romantic dramas, The Notebook. McAdams' performance in The Vow is incredibly real and moving, drawing the viewer in, making you sympathise with Paige's circumstances even more. You may possibly find yourself quite frustrated with her character at times, but this is just the film drawing you in, willing her to remember the past and her love for Leo.

I have quite mixed views about Channing Tatum. I'm still on the rocks about whether or not I think he's suited to playing serious roles as I commonly associate him with his role in She's The Man. I think that perhaps he could've done a better job, though Channing Tatum has always been good at acting awkward, and there's plenty of awkward in this film.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Dignitas on 15 Feb. 2012
Format: DVD
I have a cold heart.
Dear John left me wanting to gouge my eyes out, and the saving grace of The Notebook was Rachael McAdams. Thankfully the director saw sense and took the best two elements of these films, and put them in their own movie.

Because The Vow isn't really a romance. Not really, this movie is more of 'if you really love someone, set them free, and they'll come back again.' And that's what the film is really about, how a couple learn to come to terms with tragedy. And that is why it works, there is no saccahrine here. Rather than Leo having to make his wife fall in love with him again, it's more about two people who have to realise they aren't the same people they where, and fall in love as those two people.

Channing Tatum is heartbreaking, and Rachael McAdams is a stunning actress as always.

Highly recommended. Find out why this made a record-breaking opening weekend at the cinema [$52 million, exceeding Titanic's opening.]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris on 21 July 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I had read all the hype and favourable reviews about this movie and was expecting something outstanding, but sad to say it did not live up to it. The acting was very good with Rachel McAdams as lovely as always - but one thing was missing... if my memory serves me correctly, it wasn't until about 2/3rds of the way through the movie that Leo got around to telling Paige that he loved her! "I love you" are three of the most important words that a woman likes to hear a man say to her. I kept telling leo "Come on man - tell her that you love her" but he never heard me! Perhaps I didn't shout loud enough! LOL. Even the ending seemed a bit weak.

The main message for me, is that if you make a vow, then come what may, you do everything in your power to keep that vow. This is something that is sadly missing in todays world as seen by the high divorce rates.
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Helen P. Steele on 19 Mar. 2012
Format: DVD
The main thing that has been left out of most of the other reviews is that this is a true story and not fiction. I have also read the book and I was taken aback by the husband's dedication to his wife. The way he handled his tragic situation is rare in today's society. It is a must for everyone to see. What a great example for the rest of us. I marveled at the two miracles that have taken place in this story. First, both of them miraculously recovered from the accident and second a doomed marriage was saved.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rbmusicman/and/movie-fan' TOP 100 REVIEWER on 15 Mar. 2013
Format: Blu-ray
'Leo' and 'Paige' are the ideal couple, totally in love..... a traffic
accident turns their life upside down.
'Paige' has suffered trauma with a head injury, when she eventually
comes around, she has no memory of their life together.
Her memory of her life before she walked away from her family is
what comes back to her.
'Leo' just wants his life with his wife back, how it was, he try's to court
her again in the hope that her memory returns, so she remembers what
they really mean to each other.
This is a touching drama, quite simply, it's a nice movie.
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By Sue on 2 Sept. 2014
Format: DVD
Paige (Rachel McAdams) and Leo (Channing Tatum) are a young married couple. A horrible accident leaves Paige with the past five years of her memory completely missing; she does not recognise her husband, and is surprised to find that she is no longer engaged to someone else.

With several flashbacks, we see what Leo and Paige’s life was like - how they first met, what happened when they got married - and these intersperse with her physical recovery from the accident. It’s an intriguing premise, one which I would have thought was a bit unrealistic, but for the fact that this story is quite closely based on a real incident.

It could have been rather maudlin but this was very well made, paced exactly right in our opinion, with excellent acting from the main characters and some humour to lighten the underlying plot. Paige’s parents were perhaps caricatured to some extent, but that didn’t matter; most of the other people involved had minor roles. We found it quite emotionally draining, perhaps because we knew that it was a true story (but did not know how it would end). Leo's unselfish love is extremely moving.

The rating is 12A or PG-13, and that seemed about right; I doubt if anyone younger than about 15 would be interested in this film, but it’s not inappropriate for slightly younger children. While the accident is not shown in gory details it's quite shocking, so early in the film. However there’s only occasional swearing, and only one single (rear) nude shot.

Definitely recommended, to men as well as women. I'd give four-and-a-half stars if I could.
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