The Vow (DVD)
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|The Vow: Music from the Motion Picture|
|Soundtrack album by |
|Released||February 7, 2012|
The soundtrack was released on February 7, 2012, through Rhino Records. The film score, written and composed by Rachel Portman and Michael Brook, was released digitally on a separate album on February 7, 2012, through Madison Gate Records.
|1.||I d Do Anything for Love (But I Won t Do That)||Meat Loaf||5:22|
|2.||Specks||Matt Pond PA||3:49|
|3.||Leaving on the 5th||Voxhaul Broadcast||3:41|
|4.||This Too Shall Pass||OK Go||3:08|
|5.||Get Some||Lykke Li||3:22|
|6.||Nothing Was Stolen (Love Me Foolishly)||Phosphorescent||4:49|
|7.||Come On, Come On (Dean & Britta Remix)||Scott Hardkiss feat. Britta Phillips & Dean Wareham||7:35|
|8.||Play My Way||Maya von Doll||3:21|
|9.||Problems of Our Own||Light FM||3:12|
|10.||Neon Blue||Still Life Still||3:20|
|11.||Pictures of You||The Cure||7:28|
The digital version of the soundtrack also contains England by The National.
Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film an approval rating of 31% based on 134 reviews and an average rating of 4.95/10. The site s consensus reads, Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams do their best with what they re given, but The Vow is too shallow and familiar to satisfy the discriminating date-night filmgoer. On Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating to reviews, the film received an average score of 43 out of 100 based on 28 critics, which indicates mixed or average reviews .
Emma Dibdin from Total Film gave the film a three stars rating out of five, commenting, there s an essential sweetness at work here, thanks partly to McAdams and partly to an unusually chaste love story that ultimately keeps melodrama at bay. Empire critic Helen O Hara gave the film a three stars rating out of five, also. She found McAdams excellent and Tatum surprisingly heartbreaking and concluded, The few weaknesses in the plot can be overlooked as The Vow makes for a wonderful – if a bit teary – romance that is brilliantly acted. The Washington Post s Stephanie Merry wrote, It s a shame things are so black and white, because the movie has more promise – and more laughs – than trailers suggest . She added Tatum, while a bit deficient in the dramatic acting department, delivers some memorable quips. He and McAdams also have chemistry.
Giving the film a 2.5 stars out of 4, Roger Ebert from the Chicago Sun-Times found it pleasant enough as a date movie, but that s all. USA Today wrote, It may appeal to the most rabid fans of tearjerk romances like The Notebook, but it s a hard-to-swallow, maudlin tale. Betsy Sharkey, film critic from the Los Angeles Times wrote, Despite the sweet story, this is a movie that leaves you wanting more. To care more, to cry more, to love more. ReelViews James Berardinelli was very negative about the film. He wrote, with its would-be crowd-pleasing contrivances and rote adherence to formula, offers almost no redeeming characteristics. This is for young women what Transformers is for young men. He concluded describing the film as a heartless, soulless product .
The Vow debuted at #1 in its opening weekend, with $15.4 million on opening day and $41.2 million over the weekend. On the Valentine s Day the film grossed $11.6 million, breaking Hitch s record $7.5 million for the highest-grossing mid-week Valentine s Day. It also earned around $9.7 million internationally that weekend.
On the weekend lasting from February 24–26, The Vow became the first film of 2012 in North America to cross the $100 million mark, and the third film to cross the $100 million mark worldwide behind Underworld: Awakening and Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. The film grossed $125 million in North America and $71.1 million in other countries for a worldwide total of $196.1 million. It is the eighth highest-grossing romantic drama film since 1980. Documents from the Sony Pictures hack revealed the film turned a profit of $52 million.
|BMI Film & TV Awards||Film Music Award||Rachel Portman||Won|
|Golden Trailer Awards||Best Romance||Nominated|
|Best Romance TV Spot||Forever||Won|
|MTV Movie Awards||Best Male Performance||Channing Tatum||Nominated|
|Best Kiss||Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum||Nominated|
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie: Drama||Nominated|
|Choice Movie: Romance||Nominated|
|Choice Movie Actor: Drama||Channing Tatum||Nominated|
|Choice Movie Actress: Drama||Rachel McAdams||Nominated|
|People s Choice Awards||Favorite Dramatic Movie||Nominated|
|Favorite Movie Actor||Channing Tatum (also for Magic Mike and 21 Jump Street)||Nominated|
|Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor||Channing Tatum (also for Magic Mike)||Nominated|
|Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress||Rachel McAdams||Nominated|
The DVD and Blu-ray Disc were released on May 8, 2012.
SONY PICTURES HOME ENT
Awards, 3 wins & 14 nominations
Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein, Jason Katims
Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Sam Neill
Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum, Tom Colbert, Susan Cooper, J. Miles Dale, Jonathan Glickman, Austin Hearst, Cassidy Lange, Rebekah Rudd, Paul Taublieb
Michael Brook, Rachel Portman
Melissa Kent, Nancy Richardson
Robin D. Cook, Cathy Sandrich Gelfond, Jackie Lind, Amanda Mackey
Stacey Bradder, Valerie Halverson, Alex Kavanagh
Pamela M. Athayde, Michal Bigger, Teresa Buccione, Amber Chase, Ashley Forshaw, Iantha Goldberg, Liz Gruszka, Vivian Guzman, Lisa Jelic, Patricia Medina, Jennifer Bower O Halloran, Vicki Vacca, Anthony Veilleux
Judi Bell, Dennis Chapman, Scott Strauss, Ezra Swerdlow
Jeff J.J. Authors, Senica Billingsley, Michael Bishop, Jack Boem, Philip Chipera, Divya D Souza, Adrian Diepold, Maddie Fordham, Jonathan Gajewski, Colleen Harding, Cassy Hungerson, Andrew Kent, Alexandra Laniel, Brad Medhurst, Brad Moerke, Maryka Sennema
Paul V. Allen Sr., Anthony Barracca, David Best, Rob Bonney, Cameron S. Brooke, Robert C. Brooke, Brenton Brown, Brian Cranstone, David DiCorpo, Tucker Doherty, Robert Gau, Paul Grimard, Chris Hanson, Kyle Holden, John Mackenzie, Rob McCallum, Brenda McClennin, Victor Chikko Quon, Vic Rigler, Dave Rosa, John Butch Rose, Corinna Schmitt-Porsia, Thomas Sedor, Damien Segee, Jamie Staples, Michael Tawton, Debra Toppel, Adrienne Trent, Brian van de Valk, Juan Vela, Jennifer Wood, Colin Woods, Claire Worthington
Bob Beher, Tim Chau, David Lee Fein, Stephanie Flack, David E. Fluhr, Glen Gauthier, Hilda Hodges, John Wheels Hurlbut, Nils C. Jensen, Jason Johnston, Doc Kane, Jason King, Travis MacKay, Nancy MacLeod, Milad Manzoori, Jason McFarling, Martin Mitchell, Alyson Dee Moore, Jordan O Neill, John Roesch, Damon Schwabach-Morris, Jason Stevens, Joseph Tsai, Gregory H. Watkins, Clayton Weber
Warren Appleby, Tim Barraball, Darcy Davis, Terry Doyle, John MacGillivray, Fiona MacPherson, Don Parsons, Maurice Routly, Dieter Sturm, Yvonne Sturm
Akemi Abe, Keith Acheson, Dave Adams, Barbara Affonso, Jose Alcarde, Melissa Almeida, Kyle Andal, Mathieu Archambault, Daniel Ashton, Bill Houston Ball, Sarah Barber, Patrice-Alain Barrette, Michel Barrière, Mauricio Bastos, Jamie Baxter, Romain Bayle, Olivier Beaulieu, Barb Benoit, Michaël Bentitou, Dennis Berardi, Pierre Blain, Cédric Bonnaffoux, Xavier Bourque, S. Kai Bovaird, Andrew Brooks, John Cairns, Craig Calvert, Wilson Cameron, Irfan Celik, Joseph Cheng Chen, Patrick Clancey, James Cooper, Padraic Culham, John Davidson, Lucas De La Torre, Chris De Souza, Yoshi DeHerrera, Luc Desmarais, Eduarda Domenici, Anand Dorairaj, Mark Dornfeld, Andrew J. Farrell, Michele Ferrone, David Fix, Yaron Galula, Adam Gass, Greg Gibson, Fernando González García, Jason Gougeon, Glenn Guenette, R.J. Harbour, Trey Harrell, Oliver Hearsey, Erica Henderson, Jeff Heusser, Paul Hurwitz, Peter Jeffs, Shant Jordan, Jason Kozsurek, Paulina Kuszta, Eric Lacroix, Derick Loo, Philippe Majdalani, Ken McCuen, Jackie Mills, Kelly Noordermeer, Ines Osoro Perez-Puchal, Alex Pachón, Jonathan Paquin, Hojin Park, Mitch Paulson, Danila Pogalov, Florent Revel, Kammie Rivera, Garret Roosa, Milan Schere, Matt Schofield, Cory Shaw, Eddie Soria, Jim Su, Brendan Taylor, Celine Velasco, Paul Waggoner, Yoshiya Yamada, Wojciech Zielinski, Jose A. Alfonzo
Alex Anagnostidis, Douglas Armstrong, Ron Bell, Chad Camilleri, Shelley Cook, Rick Forsayeth, John MacDonald, Rick Skene, Hugo Steele
David Allan, Mongo Andrews, Max Armstrong, Tim Armstrong, Barrett Axford, Pierre Berube, Vincent Borg, Sean Bourdeau, Russel Bowie, Dawn Copeland, Jean Courteau, Alex Dawes, Jaime Dawkins, Byrd Dickens, Tara Dixit, Richard Emerson, Michael Fylyshtan, Bob Gomez, Kerry Hayes, Jamie Hodgson, Johnathan Holmes, Bill Hong, Mark Karavite, Mike Lubomski, Anthony Nocera, Dick Oakes, Danny Piva, Jonah Ravine, Charlie Rhomberg, Robert C. Shannon, Stephen Spurrell, Robert Stecko, Davidson Tate, Richard Teodorczyk, Paul Thompson, Timothy Troy, Robert Vigus, Paul Vilchur, Mark N. Woods
Sara Brown, Kate Caldwell, Jandiz Estrada, Alicia Faucher, Jonathan Kinnas, Jessica Gisin Needham, Jonathan Oliveira, Akiko Shibata, Ilona Smyth, Jane Spencer
Ciara Brennan, Nancy Da Silva, Renee Fontana, Gerri Gillan, Roslyn Hanchard, Leslie Kavanagh, Karen Lee, Stephanie Lees, Susan Nycz
Romy Barber, Chris Blacklock, Erik Haas, Kacie Kane, Sue Len Quon, Harry Muller, Jim Passon, Mitch Paulson, Trudy Yee
Stuart Berberich, Jared Burton, Dan Chin, Raul Esparza III, Darren Scott Greene, Rick Jang, Nancy Larman, Mark Moore, Pete Nilson, Joshua Ramos, Maria C. Roxas, Heather Sharpe
David Arch, Spring Aspers, Jeff Atmajian, Reid Carolin, Craig Conard, Chris Cozens, James Curd, Stephanie Diaz-Matos, Bob Garrett, Scott Hardkiss, Anna Lascurain, Jeremy Murphy, Randall Poster, Youki Yamamoto, Rachel Bolt, Chris Clad, Chris Dibble
Gord Bettles, Bill Boyd, Michael R. Cairo, Shannon Edwards, Dana Howes, Wayne Ireland, Dave Kinnear, John Lux Jr., David Morales, Joe S. Norris, Robert Wallace
Gerry Alfonso, Nancy Banks, Desmond Barnes, Jessica Beiler, Jane Conway, Epluribus Cunningham, Paul J. Duckworth, Matt Dunbar, Elise Edson, Ian Gibson, Ann Green, Marie-Claude Harnois, Nicole Iizuka, Lieve Jansen, Andre King, Ashley Kravitz, Ross L. Kulma, Tiffany Magby, Pamela Mars, Louise Muskala, Penelope Zarah Nederlander, Steven Hugh Nelson, Margaret J. Orlando, Daniel Rbibo, Benjamin R. Reder, Michael Riley, Michele Robertson, Clare Sackler, Dave Sauro, Lisa Shamata, Natasha Shumny, Mark Soraparu, Victor H. Soto, Nan Sovey, Adrienne Swan, Emma Tamblyn, Candace Tempelmeyer, Justin Thaler, Deborah Harpur, Jeffery Liberman
Screen Gems, Spyglass Entertainment
USA, Australia, France, Canada, Germany, Brazil, UK
The Vow is a 2012 American romantic drama film directed by Michael Sucsy and written by Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein, and Jason Katims, inspired by the true story of Kim and Krickitt Carpenter. The film stars Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum as Paige and Leo Collins, with Sam Neill, Scott Speedman, Jessica Lange and Jessica McNamee in supporting roles. As of 2013, The Vow was the eighth highest-grossing romantic drama film produced since 1980. This was Spyglass Entertainment s last film before the company s closure in 2012, and its revival in 2019.
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