The Terminal: Movie

Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Hope everyone has had an amazing week! We recently had a basketball tournament. WE WONN!! YAYY!! And then we had our exams start just a few days ago so I have been really busy! So without further a due let us begin the review of this movie ‘The Terminal’.

 

About:

This comedy-drama was directed by Steven Spielberg and was released in June, 2004.

Duration: 2 hours 8 minutes (128 minutes)

Characters:

  • Viktor Navorski (Tom Hanks)
  • Amelia Warren (Catherine Zeta-Jones)
  • Frank Dixon (Stanley Tucci)

 

Story:

After Viktor Navorski is returning back to his country, Krakozhia, a civil war breaks our deeming his passport no longer valid. This man is said not to belong to any country. He is forced to stay in New York’s JFK airport until his country is no longer in a state of war. He has no money and barely any knowledge of the culture, language and people of the country. So the story revolve around his life in the airport as he makes new friends and the problems he must accomplish and encounter. Along the way he finds love and has amazing fun.

 

Review:

This is another one of those ‘Tom Hank’ movies. As I told you before. My favorite actor. This movie is the proof of it. Really amazing movie. Funny, interesting, entertaining and fun. It has lots of sad parts as well. It is really fun to see how he solves and encounters all his problems. The film is very well directed. Steven Spielberg movies are always good. A must watch according to me. I really love how he makes new friends and he learns everything he needs to learn to live a comfortable life in an airport. I can’t tell you how many times I have seen this movie. The acting by everyone in this film is fantastic. The only problem I would really say is that they drag the movie for too long. But overall, awesome.

 

Rating:

I would give this movie 4/5 stars.

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