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The Vow is the new romantic drama based on a real story.
It follows the lives of Paige and Leo, a young and happily married couple who are involved in a terrible car wreck, leaving Paige (Rachel McAdams) with the last five years of her life erased, causing her to forget ever having met or married Leo (Channing Tatum).
Fresh out of the hospital her estranged parents of years try to take her back into their home, but Leo insists on taking his wife home even though she can't remember him. We watch as Paige tries to adjust to living with a man she has no recollection of even meeting, while Leo strives to remind her of the love they once had.
The film is, extremely well shot and visually appealing. The acting is fantastic and displays the awesome chemistry between Channing and McAdams. It has a refreshingly positive view on marriage, and commitment, and is leaps and bounds beyond any recent love story.
Parental Warning: The film does have some inappropriate content for children.
Sexual/Nudity Content: We see a full bare back side of Leo. There are a few implied sex scenes all between married the married couple.
We see Leo and Paige laying covered but naked on a bed. There is a kiss shared between Paige and another character in the film.
Also a scene in the beginning of the movie where the Leo and Paige talk about a having sex in a car.
Violent Content: There is a car wreck in which we see Paige fly through the windshield.
Language: There is a fair amount of foul language including S***, Da**, He**, Pi**.