Producer: Colin Bates, Joey Tufaro, Matthew Baer, Bill Johnson, Ara Keshishian, Trevor Kaufman, Pierre – Ange Le Pogam and Arnold Schwarzenegger
Director: Henry Hobson
Star Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Abigail Breslin, Joely Richardson, Douglas M. Griffin, J. D. Evermore, Rachel Whitman, Jodie Moore, Bryce Romero, Raeden Greer, Aiden Flowers and Carsen Flowers
Henry Hobson’s first ever directorial outing was in The Bureau Aftermath and now his second directorial outing is Maggie which is a horror film in tandem with the zombies on prowl.
Plot: Maggie Vogel (Abigail Breslin) is calling her dad. She’s trapped in the city as a curfew is in effect. She urges him not to come looking for her, and she tells him she loves him. Most of the global population is plagued by the Necroambulist virus, which turns people into zombies. Farmers burn their fields and crops to prevent further contamination. Maggie’s father Wade (Arnold Schwarzenegger) goes to search for his daughter. Maggie is taken by armed officials and placed in quarantine at the hospital with other infected people.
Aces: The heart touching performances of Arnold Schwarzenegger (as father) and Abigail Breslin (as daughter).
Minuses: Its slow space and confusions galore.
Last Word: Don’t miss it if you are a diehard fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger.