The Vow (2012)

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The Vow Synopsis
A newlywed couple recovers from a car accident that puts the wife in a coma. Waking up with severe memory loss, her husband endeavors to win her heart again.
The Vow Release Date
In Theaters February 10, 2012
The Vow Credits
Starring: Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Sam Neill, Scott Speedman, Jessica Lange
Directed by: Michael Sucsy
Produced by: Jonathan Glickman, Paul Taublieb, Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum
MPAA Rating: [ PG-13 ]
Distributor: Screen Gems
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The Vow Gets Serious On Blu-Ray In May The Vow Gets Serious On Blu-Ray In May
The Vow will hit Blu-Ray and DVD on May 8. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is bringing even more extras into the mix for audiences who purchase Blu-Ray copies of the film. Blu-Ray copies will exclusively come with three featurettes, including one that delves into the true story The Vow is based on, about the real-life couple who had to realign their relationship after a traumatic accident inspired amnesia
by Jessica Grabert April 8, 2012 discussion comments
Holiday Weekend Box Office: Safe House Locks Down Presidents Day Holiday Weekend Box Office: Safe House Locks Down Presidents Day
As four day weekend holidays go, this Presidents Day weekend hasn't been very kind to new releases. Safe House, which traded places with last weekend's number one The Vow, held on to the top spot through Monday, and The Vow held on to second place. But Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, which had debuted at third place for Friday through Sunday, got bumped to fourth by the more popular Journey 2.
by Scott Gwin February 20, 2012 discussion comments
Safe House Overtakes The Vow In Tight Race For Box Office Victory Safe House Overtakes The Vow In Tight Race For Box Office Victory
The first box office reports form this weekend made it look like The Vow would be reigning supreme for the second weekend in a row, but as it turns out, Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington had a few surprises up their sleeve. Though the race for #1 is still pretty tight
by Katey Rich February 19, 2012 discussion comments
The Vow Easily Beating Ghost Rider And This Means War At The Box Office The Vow Easily Beating Ghost Rider And This Means War At The Box Office
There are some splashy new movies out in theaters this weekend, and yet neither of them are looking capable of tackling the monster hits from last weekend. Early box office numbers from Friday indicate that The Vow and Safe House are looking strong enough to top the box office this weekend
by Katey Rich February 18, 2012 discussion comments
Weekend Box Office: The Vow Snags The Year's Biggest Opening Weekend Box Office: The Vow Snags The Year's Biggest Opening
Whatever dent last weekend's Super Bowl event took out of the box office, this weekend's Valentine's holiday status more than made up for it. Four new movies gave audiences a wide range of options and, while the weekend didn't shape up to be a record breaker, it was still a nice boost for the film industry.
by Scott Gwin February 12, 2012 discussion comments
The Vow And Safe House Lead A Record Box Office Weekend The Vow And Safe House Lead A Record Box Office Weekend
The big winner looks to be The Vow, which brought in $700,000 from midnight shows (who goes on date nights at midnight?!?) and another $15.5 million estimated on Friday. It's on track for a $39 million opening weekend, which will help it just edge out Safe House, also hugely beating expectations
by Katey Rich February 11, 2012 discussion comments
We Can't Forget Them: Our 9 Favorite Cinematic Amnesiacs We Can't Forget Them: Our 9 Favorite Cinematic Amnesiacs
In this week's The Vow, Rachel McAdams gets conked on the head, wipes all memories of her previous life, and has to go through the arduous task of being wooed by Channing Tatum all over again-- I know, boo hoo, right? But McAdams is just a tiny part of a long, long cinematic history of amnesiacs
by CB Staff February 8, 2012 discussion comments
This Means War Backs Off On Valentine's Day Release, Pushes To Friday This Means War Backs Off On Valentine's Day Release, Pushes To Friday
Fox seemed to have a pretty good strategy in place for their upcoming action comedy This Means War, planning a Valentine's Day release to capitalize on date night with a movie that appeals to women with romance and to guys with big explosions and chases. But apparently even Chris Pine, Reese Witherspoon and Tom Hardy combined can't match the almighty power of Nicholas Sparks
by Katey Rich February 7, 2012 discussion comments
This Rotten Week: Predicting Safe House, The Vow And Journey 2 Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Safe House, The Vow And Journey 2 Reviews
I feel like there is something happening later on today. Ever have that feeling? Something you just canít put your finger on. Almost like the biggest day of the year for this Giants fan, kind of feels like that. Oh well, Iím sure it will come to me. In the meantime, lets talk about Denzel cracking skulls, Rachel McAdams bumping her noggin and The Rock island hopping
by Doug Norrie February 5, 2012 discussion comments
Rachel McAdams And Channing Tatum Eat Some Candy In New Clip From The Vow Rachel McAdams And Channing Tatum Eat Some Candy In New Clip From The Vow
It's hard not to think about Nicholas Sparks while watching footage from The Vow. While the movie isn't actually based on one of his novels - it's actually an original screenplay by Jason Katims, Abby Kohn, Stuart Sender, Marc Silverstein, and director Michael Sucsy - it stars Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum, who both previously starred in Sparks adaptations and deals with memory loss in what appears to be the most mushy, romantic way possible.
by Eric Eisenberg January 23, 2012 discussion comments
Channing Tatum Woos Rachel McAdams In Trailer For The Vow Channing Tatum Woos Rachel McAdams In Trailer For The Vow
A lot of good actors get caught up in cheesy Nicholas Sparks adaptations, from Kevin Costner all the way back with Message in a Bottle to Amanda Seyfried just last year in Dear John. But you have to start worrying when an actor goes back to the Sparks well twice, agreeing once again to weep, fall in love and be shot in soft focus
by Katey Rich November 17, 2011 discussion comments
Rachel McAdams Doesn't Remember Channing Tatum In First Trailer For The Vow Rachel McAdams Doesn't Remember Channing Tatum In First Trailer For The Vow
The Vow is not based on a Nicholas Sparks novel. Yes, I understand that it has Rachel McAdams, who starred in The Notebook, and Channing Tatum, who starred in Dear John. Yes, I understand that the movie involves a relationship with some kind of overly-dramatic problem that threatens to tear them apart. I say this now because after you watch the first trailer you won't believe me.
by Eric Eisenberg June 3, 2011 discussion comments
Scott Speedman Is The Other Man For Rachel McAdams In The Vow Scott Speedman Is The Other Man For Rachel McAdams In The Vow
Michael Sucsy, who made a splash by directing the HBO movie Grey Gardens, is directing and rewriting the script, which sounds like a pretty straightforward weepie that still might be watchable
by Katey Rich August 18, 2010 discussion comments
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