Maggie

Maggie
Teenager Maggie Vogel has been bitten during a massive outbreak where the disease slowly turns the infected person into a flesh eating zombie. After spending two weeks searching for her in the city, her father, Wade, finds her in a local hospital. Refusing to give up on his oldest daughter, Wade ignores the warnings of doctors and law enforcement officials and opts to bring his daughter back to the family's farmhouse to care for her instead of sending her to the required quarantine which would guarantee a slow, agonizing death. As the disease progresses, slowly turning his daughter, Wade realizes that not only does he have to consider the welfare of his family, but he also has to weigh the options to humanely deal with Maggie. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Maggie”.

· Maggie is on the swing outside. When she falls from the swing, she breaks the index finger on her left hand. While Caroline is on the phone talking to the doctor, Maggie walks over to the kitchen counter, grabs a knife and proceeds to cut off her broken finger at the first joint. It’s noticeably gone or wrapped during the rest of the movie. But, when Maggie goes to Trent’s house and is walking up the stairs to his room, she puts her left hand against the wall and her entire index finger is there, intact.

· Maggie is on her way home when she hears something in the woods nearby. She runs in the house and grabs her dad’s rifle. As she’s walking through the woods, a front close-up of Maggie shows the gun is strapped to her left shoulder with the rifle itself on her back. The scene cuts to a right side view and Maggie is holding the rifle in front of her with both hands and the strap is dangling in front of her.

“Maggie” (2015) stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Abigail Breslin, Joely Richardson and Bryce Romero. It runs 95 minutes and is rated PG-13 for disturbing thematic material including bloody images, and some language.

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