Hey there, I'm Becky Kirsch and I'm on Watch, Pass or Rent and we're looking at "The Vow." Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams play a couple who try to repair their relationship when an accident leaves her with no memory of him. I vow to live within the warmth of your heart. I promise to never forget that this is a once and a lifetime love, security. I now pronounce you man and wife. This movie is not as bad as it looks but still not that good. Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams do have a lot of chemistry but there are too many other elements in the movie that I just didn't buy. She doesn't remember me. Her memory is going to improve with time. The girly girly movie I was kinda of hoping see more scenes of Channing's character trying to get Rachel's character to fall back in love with him, but Rachel's character Paige has so much more going on than just her husband. She doesn't remember the huge life change that she underwent memories that she lost, and that just takes away from the really sweet love story. I can't feel my fingers! I can't feel them! As someone who wasn't a huge Channing Tatum fan going into this, I will say that he is the best part of this movie. He's very sweet, very charismatic. You really want Paige to fall in love with him, and you never stop rooting for him throughout the whole movie. No, I'm not sure she mentioned it. Leo. Hi. Paige's husband. This might be a good pick for a Valentines Day movie, but it is not the second coming of The Notebook. Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams do have some sweet chemistry but it's not the huge love story that I was hoping for, so I have to give it a rent.
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