From blockbuster disaster to horribly depressing, I am not on a roll when it comes to movies these days. After watching all the Terminator movies I had developed a healthy respect for Arnold, so when I heard he just came out with a ZOMBIE movie I was all about it. Maggie is the story of Arnold and his teenage daughter dealing with a bite from a zombie and the gradual transition to zombiehood.
I think I was somehow accidentally transported to the 1980’s, since I have been catching up on some old classics like the original Star Trek series, and now here I find myself having finally (yes, as a 32 year old), finally watching the first two Terminator films. I won’t say it was by my choice, but I figured it was time to get up to speed on this series, seeing as how the upcoming film this summer stars Emilia Clarke and Matt Smith. I might as well understand all the background, and see what the Arnold hub-bub is all about. So here is my review of these first two films, with of course my feminine judgment and perspective.
Hold up. Now before any of you start to give me shit for this, you need to understand that whatever negative opinion you have concerning this movie is completely and absolutely wrong, and this movie could easily be one of the greatest Christmas films ever to grace a silver screen. Trust me on this one, as I will tell you why this needs to be viewed and included in your yearly holiday traditions. For reals. Now strap in, turn on your JetPack, and give Sinbad the middle finger because this one is going to be all cheery and shit.