The Vow

(PG-13) ★★☆☆☆

In this Chicago-set romance, Paige (Rachel McAdams) is sent flying through a car windshield after her car gets rear-ended in a snowstorm. She survives, but a traumatic brain injury leaves her with no recollection of the last five years. She has no memory of her husband Leo (Channing Tatum). What ensues are a series of “awwww” moments as Leo re-romances his wife. McAdams carries the picture, as she often does, though Tatum does his best to drag it down.

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The Bloody Villains


The Bloody Villains

By Jarret Keene

Las Vegas needs a new “high-energy” garage act like the Strip needs another luxury mega resort. That said, these greasy, pompadour-ed rockabilly hounds, who play like punked-up KISS, put on one helluva good show. The Bloody Villains wielded enough fist-pumping, attention-grabbing riffs—such as “Killing the Time” and “Caught with Meat in Your Mouth”—to keep you engrossed. Frontman Greg Verdusco unleashed plenty of James Williamson-grade lead guitar lines between verses, giving his band an ominous sonic aura.



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