Summary: The plot is about a horrible car accident, Paige survives but suffers from almost complete memory loss. With what little memory remains, her husband Leo is determined to win her heart back again. This movie has some cliches in it and the Characters are just forgettable, But I didn't hate it as I thought I would, The acting is good and the story is new and refreshing to watch and I didn't know that this was a true story at the first.
Summary: A car accident jeopardizes the love vowed by the two people. The woman who forgets their relationship and the man determined to win her love back. *** At first I thought this would be another common and usual love story challenged by a lost memory of one of the two lovers. But I was wrong as this romantic film was able to put more substance to a complicated love story without actually messing it up until the end.
Summary: Just an OK for this movie. For me, not romantic at all. It was so tedious to watch not really good actor Tatum, trying incessantly to win his wife over and over again, while the chemistry between them is non-existent. I like Rachel McAdams, but here she simply wasn't convincing enough. Maybe that's the script's fault - the logic behind her decision to stay with her parents is weird, especially after being warned she hadn't actually seen them for four years.
Excerpt: Paige Collins (Rachel McAdams) and her husband Leo (Channing Tatum) encounters an accident that would change their lives. Paige forgets her recent memories while Leo tries everything to win her back. It's baffling how one can still be buff after eating so much chocolates and pizza. Channing Tatum reminds this critic of Keanu Reeves inability to act while mumbling through lines that could have been effective for the film.