“Desperate Housewives” 9 p.m. Sunday, KFSN (Channel 30.1): The eight-year run of the nighttime soap opera comes to an end with the two-hour finale. The last two hours will be filled with a lot of “desperate” moments including Bree’s (Marcia Cross) lawyer trying to convince her to tell him what really happened the night of Alejandro’s murder as it looks like she’s about to be convicted.
“Dark Shadows”: The film can’t decide if it wants to be a serious horror movie or a comedy. Either way, Johnny Depp is having fun playing the vampire Barnabas Collins. This is definitely a film for fans of the actor more than fans of the daytime soap opera that inspired the latest offering from Tim Burton.
“The Vow”: A woman (Rachel McAdams) wakes up from a coma with no memory of her marriage. The romance film is loosely based on a true story. McAdams and Channing Tatum are the film’s biggest assets. She has the kind of angelic face and sweet personality that make it easy to fall in love with her. Tatum brings both a rough physicality and surprising vulnerability to the role. They make it easy to root for this couple to stay together. “The Vow” has three things going for it: likable starring actors, a director who knows how to stay away from saccharine-sweet sentimentality and a compelling story.