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Overall B+

Leo (Channing Tatum) waits anxiously for his wife (Rachel McAdams) to come out of a coma caused by an automobile accident. But when she does awake, she has no memory of their marriage or life together. So the devoted husband decides to try and make her fall in love with him all over again.

Violence B-
Sexual Content C
Profanity C+
Substance Use B-

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for an accident scene, sexual content, partial nudity and some language.

Why is The Vow rated PG-13?

Official MPAA Rating: The Vow is rated PG-13 for for an accident scene, sexual content, partial nudity and some language.

Please read our content details for this movie to help determine if it is suitable for members of your family. We also encourage you to check our full review and our movie information page.

Violence: A car accident is portrayed in slow motion—a woman, who is not wearing a seatbelt, is ejected through the windshield. A man punches another man leaving him with a bloody nose. Characters exchange heated dialogue.

Sexual Content: A married couple begins sexual relations (we see them start to undress one another). The scene fades to them in bed together the next morning (a lot of skin and carefully positioned sheets are seen). A married couple is seen together getting dressed—she is in underwear while he is shown naked from the rear. A woman claims it’s easier to “get preggers” in a car. Man and woman kiss. A couple strips down to their underwear and goes swimming. Mild sexual innuendo and discussion are heard. A slang word for a body function is used.

Language: Infrequent scatological curses, terms of deity, and mild profanities, as well as a single use of a crude anatomical term.

Drugs/Alcohol: Characters drink socially in a many scenes. A distressed man drinks hard liquor.

The Vow
Canadian Movie Ratings
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Coarse Language, Nudity.
Alberta PG
Manitoba PG
Ontario PG Mature Theme.
Quebec G
Martimes PG
Canadian Home Video PG