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Ratings & Reviews

  1. camilladej's rating of the film Maggie

  2. Gareth Jones's rating of the film Maggie

    I do like a good zombie flick but not this one. It's a clever play on the genre as it focuses in on the family drama of one infected girl rather than a movie that's a (literal) mindless slaughter of hundreds of zombies. Unfortunately, the latter is more entertaining.

  3. Nick Schwab's rating of the film Maggie

    Much like The Babbadook, Maggie doesn't find a balance of the artistic elements of pairing literary horror with literary drama. The two styles are often hard to balance due to drama being grounded and earthbound with its meaning often much more obvious as the story is centered around the plot. Horror is often not as earthbound and its meaning is heavy in symbolism/metaphors, while the plot is more indirect to story.

  4. Mar J's rating of the film Maggie

  5. Bayu Oktavianto's rating of the film Maggie

    good acting. not really good movie

  6. Stephane Tanaka's rating of the film Maggie

    3.5. I know the very slow pace can be heavy and annoying, i found it necessary for this kind of psychological movie. Reminded me the great uk show "into the flesh"

  7. doublelife91's rating of the film Maggie

    Pretty good for a zombie flick.

  8. Mathias Palmberg's rating of the film Maggie

    Finally someone gives Arnold something to do besides shoot bad guys and crack jokes. His monosyllabic and stoic charisma is put to good use here and he has some great chemistry with Breslin who is equally affecting as the eponymous girl. I also liked that the movie used the zombie genre to tap into human issues of loss and grief. While the production design is excellent the script is too thin. Still a good movie.

  9. HKFanatic's rating of the film Maggie

    Never thought I'd live to see the day when Arnold Schwarzenneger would star in a character-driven zombie drama that strives for moments of Malick-ian visual poetry. Arnold is called upon to deliver a low-key, internalized performance, and proves fairly adequate in the role. A kindred spirit to M. Night Shymalan's "Signs" and David Robert Mitchell's "It Follows," even if it's nowhere as excellent as either of them.

  10. Sacred White Noise's rating of the film Maggie

    basically a pro-right to die film, but with zombies and shit.

  11. dave gunn's rating of the film Maggie

    Not the most well executed, but Arnold Schwarzenegger definitely delivered an emotionally evocative performance, and the film did manage to blend indie drama with zombie flick in a way that wasn't totally disastrous.

  12. Federico Di Folco's rating of the film Maggie

    Un buon film,che risente del basso budget e del ritmo volutamente stile-festival. Il parallelismo infetto-malato terminale funziona parecchio bene,così come è buono l accento sulla differenza tra il legame di sangue e il legame di convivenza. La messa in scena è di livello,e nel finale vira verso lidi mallickiani, seppur con notevole distanza; cmq un buon lavoro, di questo periodo in giro c'è di molto peggio.

  13. Rodrigo Morgado's rating of the film Maggie

    O unico filme que faz o Arnold parecer humano e não um durão que bate em todos e nada lhe toca. Excelentes planos, em certas partes do filme fica se um bocado "on edge". Dá para ver que é um filme independente ou que tenta ser um. Mas sinceramente gostei imenso deste filme mas seclhar pela posição e estado emocional em que estou influenciou a minha decisão em dar 5 estrelas a este filme.

  14. Fabio Di Felice's rating of the film Maggie

    Non è male, certo ogni tanto si incarta in un ritmo volutamente da indie da festival, e i dialoghi a volte zoppicano eppure riesce a mantenere le premesse: il dramma c'è, e l'horror c'è. Un paio di scene sono davvero belle, anche semplicemente per l'estetica, e in generale l'idea dello zombie come allegoria funziona sempre bene. Deve molto a In The Flesh, la miniserie TV.

  15. Jorge Mourinha's rating of the film Maggie

    There's something about Maggie. http://theflickeringwall.blogspot.pt/2015/06/maggie.html

  16. Zach Closs's rating of the film Maggie

    While it's hardly the most sure-footed film I've ever seen and the ending is disappointing, "Maggie" won my heart, as it's a thoughtful, painful post-apocalyptic zombie-drama, with a hard-bitten and occasionally weepy Arnold Schwarzenegger trudging about in a vivid world free of CGI-altered money-shots of a thousand bloodied extras clamoring over the few half-naked airbrushed white people. End rant.

  17. Michael Harbour's rating of the film Maggie

    Not a bad idea for a movie but the story's told in the laziest way, taking all the obvious choices with no nuance or surprise. Abigail Breslin is good and does a lot to elevate the movie above the level of the script. Arnold Schwarzenegger is good enough, though Tom Hardy in this role would have made it pop. http://letterboxd.com/mharbour/films/diary/

  18. Giacomo Jacopo Sgalla's rating of the film Maggie

    2.5 Schwarzy comes back in a indie zombie movie. FUCK YEA. However, it's not what you're thinking. His job is not killing brain eaters here. He's just taking care of his infected teen daughter throughout her terminal disease phase. It's just a pity that what could have been a damn original short film has been dilated for 90 useless, never ending minutes.

  19. Mellow Dude's rating of the film Maggie

    'genre bending debut' - yup in the worst possible sense

  20. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film Maggie

    “Maggie” was sloppy instead of thrilling, and feckless instead of captivating. It feels like a joke, impossible to be taken seriously.

  21. ABVH's rating of the film Maggie

    Surprisingly, Arnie is not the problem, there's just 30 min. wort of screenplay spread over 90 min. movie.

  22. eek's rating of the film Maggie

    I'll give Arnie and the movie points for trying...but no