The Vow Play Analysis

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Screen Gems Studios and Columbia Pictures released The Vow, on February 10, 2012. A romantic drama based on a true story, this movie captures the tender hearted love story of the perfect couple. The onscreen chemistry between Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum conveys a dreamy warmth that makes this painful journey all the more heartbreaking while also making the full-circle resolution all the more satisfying. Who doesn’t like a happily ever after in the end, especially after the long fight to achieve it? The main character, Paige is a privileged law student who has discovered a passion for sculpting. She decides to drop out, move to the city and enroll in the Art Institute of Chicago where she meets Leo. Four years later, they are a beautiful…show more content…
Leo patiently waits for his wife to remember him, their beautiful memories together and their love for one another.The love they had shared was new and exciting, youthful and passionate, arguably perfect; a completely unrealistic expectation littered with sappy acts of endearment. This accident caused them to fight and struggle, but Leo remembers the vows he made to Paige: “I vow to fiercely love you- in all your forms, now and forever. I promise to never forget this is once in a lifetime love and to always know in the deepest part of my soul that no matter what challenges may carry us apart, we will always find a way back to each…show more content…
There was some awkward acting and the hospital scene as well as a few props were not authentic. The use of cliches in this storybook romance and anguish resulting from the accident grabs the viewer’s attention and heart while entertaining a completely unrealistic narrative. This movie deserves four stars for aspiring to be a model of a wonderful true love story, but refuses to acknowledge that love doesn’t have to be perfect to merit holding on to, however,is the perfect sentiment for an upcoming valentines
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