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Film Review - Maggie

MAGGIE Arnold Schwarzenegger

A film career revival after a decade in politics hasn’t gone well for Arnold Schwarzenegger, who’s been trying to return to his previous glory with a few satisfactory action efforts, only to have the pictures disappear quickly from theaters. “Maggie” is a necessary change of pace for the global star, who drops overt brawn to portray a broken rural father facing the most difficult decision of his life. “Maggie” isn’t a sharply paced feature, with director Henry Hobson taking his time to develop mood and remind viewers of the sacrifices contained in the story. Adjust expectations accordingly, and the movie has moments of real heartbreak, turning what appears to be a traditional zombie exploration into an intimate study of paternal devotion. Read the rest at


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