The Vow

Topics: Love, Meaning of life, Channing Tatum Pages: 2 (654 words) Published: July 30, 2012
My favorite movie was “The Vow” by Michael Sucsy, with the main characters being Channing Tatum as Leo and Rachel McAdams as Paige. The plot of the movie is Leo and Paige are driving around and they stop at a stop sign and Paige unbuckles her seatbelt, but just when they are about to kiss a big truck slams into their vehicle causing Paige to fly through the windshield. She ends up in the hospital and finds out she had brain hemorrhaging and she loses her memory of falling in love with Leo, or even knowing who he was. Leo is upset and thinks he will never get Paige to love him again. Paige and her parents weren’t talking and her parents come to the hospital and want to take her home with them, but Leo insist she goes back with him to regain some of her memory from her old life. Paige is very confused about her life and marriage with Leo. Towards the end of the movie Leo finally accepts the fact that Paige won’t remember their love but Leo treats her like they just met. He asks her to go on her “first” date with him and their “first” everything. Paige’s doctor tells her to fix the holes in her life and not be afraid of things from her old life. Leo and Paige separate for a while but in the end they get back together even through her memory is not fully there. The theme of the story is true love. Even though Paige didn’t remember Leo, he still tried to keep their relationship together. Leo didn’t give up on them, but in the end after separating they still found each other. Some character developments was Leo, he started off loving her and when he found out she didn’t remember him, he got mad and anger, but he ended up never giving up. Another development was with Paige, she got into the car accident and didn’t remember anything of who Leo was, until he kept trying and she started to remember little parts of their life together and she ended up falling in love with him all over again. Some dialogue was said by Leo and he said “No matter what challenges that keeps us...
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