• Nikola Stepic

    ★½ Watched by Nikola Stepic 14 Apr, 2014

    I mean, really.

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  • Sven Rump

    ★★★ Watched by Sven Rump 12 Apr, 2014

    I can act like I'm too good for this - I totally am, by the way - but when the late great Roger Ebert can give this a pass (even if it is a close one) than I don't to be ashamed to say that I didn't think this was all that bad. Still not completely sold on Tatum as the romantic lead - even if he has grown considerably since Dear John - but what does that dude care what I think, right? Nice support - and added gravitas - from Sam Neill and Jessica Lange make for a well cast piece of watchable fluff.

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  • Héctor Ramos

    ★★★½ Watched by Héctor Ramos 11 Apr, 2014

    Muy bonita, con buen ritmo y frases muy bonitas. Hay escenas que están mal reveladas y brincan con el resto de las secuencias

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  • mistang

    ★★★★ Added by mistang

    Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams sold me fast. It was a lovely story, too.

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  • Daph Bajas

    ★★ Watched by Daph Bajas 25 Mar, 2014

    Understandably saccharine, with abrupt jumps asking viewers to know when unnecessary. Events don't hit jackpot, and McAdams felt too crickety for this. C

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  • santanu mahanti

    ★★½ Added by santanu mahanti

    I must say I have a thing for Romantic Comedies. I mean I love them but good rom coms are very rarely made. These days either the Rom coms will be based on a ridiculously stupid story or the narrative will be uninspiring.

    The Vows suffers heavily dwelling on a single line plot with nothing much happening around it. Based on a true yet oddly familiar story The Vow starts and ends well, but it is the middle part that…

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  • Krystal Li

    ★★★★★ Added by Krystal Li

    This is the one I want as my husband ... xD

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  • Harlequin

    ★★ Watched by Harlequin 19 Mar, 2014 5

    While this film is based on true events, I'm guessing Hollywood did a great deal of embellishment to sell this one to the date night crowd. Phew.

    Although I am beginning to appreciate his comic skills, Channing Tatum has to work overtime to come across as anything more than a smug bastard. When the film started out with his psycho-babble voiceover shit, I was ready to take a bullet.

    Rachel McAdams showed early promise in Mean Girls, but with few…

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  • Jacob Ziegler

    ★★½ Added by Jacob Ziegler

    Back in 2005, Rachel McAdams was really causing a stir. With four performances in films as varied as “Wedding Crashers” (comedy), “Red Eye,” (action/suspense), “The Family Stone” (drama) and “The Notebook” (one of the finest romances made in my lifetime), she seemed poised to become a top star for years to come. Unfortunately, it hasn’t exactly worked out that way. It’s been a smattering of hits (last year’s Best Picture nominee “Midnight in Paris” or “Sherlock Holmes”) and misses (“Morning…

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  • MeghanGentz

    ★★★½ Rewatched by MeghanGentz 12 Mar, 2014

    Tears well 10 minutes in and they just don't stop. Hard to believe it's NOT a Nicholas Sparks story.

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  • Bob Hovey

    ★★½ Watched by Bob Hovey 30 Dec, 2013

    Based on a true story, this film follows Page and Leo (Rachel Macadams and Channing Tatum) as they struggle with the aftermath of an accident that left Page with no memory of their four year marriage. Good chemistry between the leads, and pretty fair support from Page's parents (Sam Neil and Jessica Lange), but for the most part this film succeeds only as a pleasant date film while avoiding the harsher realities of what the real-life couple must have gone…

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  • Viivi Harra

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Viivi Harra 20 Feb, 2014

    I'm a person in love. Actually, if I was the kind of type who believes in soul mates and that kind of things, I would say I have already found someone who is close enough. I think that was one of the reasons why I felt so much pain while watching this movie.

    The story is about young married couple who got in a car accident and the woman looses her memory. The movies raises the question, what really makes…

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