The is a kind of post-apocalyptic drama and horror movie of director Henry Hobson, for his directorial debut with writer John Scott 3, and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as Wade, Joely Richardson and Abigail Breslin as Maggie. Maggie is a melodramatic departure role for Schwarzenegger, who is always known for his action movie roles.
In the current day in the Midwestern US, society resists to perform in the upshot of a zombie epidemic hardly under control. Maggie Vogel phoned her father coming from a smashed city under curfew; the voicemail advised that he did not look for her and that she adore him. Her arm was nibbled. Recognizing she has weeks just before the Necroambulist Virus will turn her into cannibalism; she passes off her home to defend her family. Wade, Maggie’s father has looked for two weeks, even with her warning. Discovering her at the sanatorium for the contaminated, he takes Maggie home to nurture for her until she finally be quarantined. Through them coming back, a zombie harassed Wade at a dumped gasoline station and he split its neck.
In their house, Bobby and Molly, Maggie’s younger siblings were parting to reside with their aunt. Maggie spoke to Bobby, who mostly realized what she is experiencing. She departs from her family, stressing to fight with the hopeless condition and torn about getting in touch with her friends. Dropping from a swing, she smashed a finger with her polluted arm, from which dark fluid oozes. Frightened, even though she felt the pain, and hopeless with her deteriorating body, she cuts off her finger. She escaped outside and meets a neighbor, Nathan, with his young daughter, mutually senseless with the virus. Wade murdered mutual zombies, but felt total remorse. The action sheriffs believed Wade blameless, but blame Bonnie, Nathan’s wife, who covers her contaminated family from the police. That night, Bonnie visits Wade condemning the dehumanizing cure of the infections and stating that Nathan had protected himself with his sick child, becoming contaminated himself, rather than discarding her to fatality among guests in quarantine.
This is simply the most melodramatic and emotional acting in Schwarzenegger’s career, a solemn and depressed affair that displays a range we have never seen from the matured action superstar. His on display bond with Breslin seems believable and authentic, and it is stiff not empathized with an adorable father who is aware that his child is passing away.
Henry Hobson has identified just when to take at the viewers’ heartstrings. There is very slight in the way of a typical horror, that will upset some genre follower hoping for some scares, but this must be seen as a fault. Maggie is a unique and interesting approach to the topic that is usually buffed over in some other zombie-linked stories, and the quieter instances are the ones that vibrate the most.