Maggie Movie Review

Maggie Movie Review

Average Ratings 2.13/5
Reviews Counted: 3

Positive: 2
Negative : 1

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Shalini Langer

There is no sight more haunting here than when Maggie looks into the mirror and grey, pupil-less eyes stare back at her. But then Caroline takes her face between her hands lovingly, and looks deep within. Maggie could do with more such faith.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Gavin Rasquinha

TLukas Ettlin’s (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Middle Men) cinematography is effective but at times, things can veer towards being a bit too gloomy. The film straddles a sort of middle ground between scary and family drama and it takes a look at the other side of a zombie film – the human side sans violence. Refreshingly, jump scares are diligently avoided too. Breslin’s performance is both intense as well as moving. But most surprisingly, Maggie sees a rather interesting change of pace for Arnold Schwarzenegger, who pulls off playing a caring, sensitive character pretty well indeed.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Mihir Fadnavis Site:Mid Day

The film is also an indie, another first for Arnold Schwarzenegger, and that means keeping things minimalist. That means there are no big thrilling set pieces here, it’s just people talking, mostly mumbling. The biggest letdown of the movie is that it isn’t scary at all – it makes you wonder what the filmmakers were aiming for. Neither is the drama powerful enough to keep you interested, nor are there any cheap thrills for fun. ‘Maggie’ ultimately is stuck somewhere in between the two ends, and is a fairly big disappointment, especially for fans of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Movie Name: Maggie

Synopsis: Maggie is a 2015 post-apocalyptic drama film directed by Henry Hobson, written by John Scott III, and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Abigail Breslin and Joely Richardson. Maggie is the second Horror-themed film to star Arnold Schwarzenegger since End of Days (1999).

Release Dates: May 29, 2015

 Director: Henry Hobson

Running time: 95 minutes

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