"either. It is a quiet movie with a slow moving plot. It stands in direct counterpoint to Spielberg’s Schindler’s List, which was slow moving in a way, but it had as a backdrop the murder of millions of people and one man’s character growth towards a time when he would try to save some of those lives. It’s quiet tone is interrupted by spurts of emotional and physical violence. The Terminal does not offer such exclamation points to add to suspense and tension.
That is not to say The Terminal is"
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Tom Hanks is a perennial favourite in our house, and his 2004 movie _The Terminal_ is one that somehow I missed along the way. I’ve now fixed that and it’s time to talk about it. Let’s start with the official description:
_Victor Navorski is a man without a country; his plane took off just as a coup d’état exploded in his homeland, leaving it in a shambles, and now he’s stranded at Kennedy Airport, where he’s holdi"
"Great watch, will likely watch again, and do recommend.
I should be able to recommend this just based on "Tom Hanks trapped in an airport", especially given how popular "Cast Away" was.
I really love what they did with him being foreign and trap in an American airport, but being hard-working and intelligent. I'm sure there is a "Larry the Cable Guy" version of this movie when it's a useless American trapped in another country that would be much funnier, but clearly a worse movie.