'The Vow' fails to live up to its promise, critics say
On paper, the new film "The Vow" might seem like a rom-com juggernaut. The film boasts swoony leads Rachel McAdams ("The Notebook") and Channing Tatum ("Dear John"), writing alums from "My So-Called Life" and "Valentine's Day," and a story inspired by
LOS ANGELES, Feb 9 (TheWrap.com) – There's a whole lot of box-office promise in "The Vow." Sony's PG-13-rated romantic drama starring Channing Tatum as the best husband in the world — a guy whose wife emerges from a coma with no memory of their life
"The Vow," a film about a man whose wife loses her memory after a car accident and forgets her husband, opened in theaters Friday. The movie follows Leo (Channing Tatum) as he attempts to make his wife, Paige (Rachel
By Anonymous It's sad when an actor as great as Denzel Washington continues to waste his talents on generic drivel like this in which he plays a renegade CIA agent on the run (Jason Bourne style) from his handlers. But what can you do when being the
starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Josh Hutcherson), rogue CIA agents on the run (“Safe House,” starring Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds), and a couple rebuilding their relationship (“The Vow,” starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum).