We learn how they met and fell in love, how she’s pursuing a career as a sculptor in Chicago while he has opened a recording studio. They live in a very cool industrial-neighborhood space. Then, when tragedy hits, we meet her estranged parents, played by Jessica Lange and Sam Neill, who seize on her amnesia to reclaim their little girl.
The handful of screenwriters who are credited with The Vow are all too ready to fall back on tired movie clichés. Director Michael Sucsy can’t bring anything new to this shopworn material, and what’s worse, the film becomes downright dull. All that’s left is for us to admire the two good-looking actors, which is better than nothing—but not enough to validate this mediocre picture.
Den Skaldede Frisør:“@MaltinonMovies: See why @LeonardMaltin likes the Danish film Love is All You Need. http://t.co/bMgZiVloI2”Posted 1 hour ago
@leonardmaltin @MercyLSmith I luv film! But, it costs too much for my projects; forces attachment-bullshit; BURIES creating outside the boxPosted 2 hours ago
RT @leonardmaltin: Premature Burial for 35mm Film http://t.co/jW6m5psn4k @kodak #MovieCrazy #LongLiveFilm #35mmPosted 3 hours ago
@ReelzChannel @leonardmaltin he doesn't like TAXI DRIVERPosted 5 hours ago