The Terminal (2004)
Director: Steven Spielberg
Writers: Andrew Nicol, Sacha Gervasi, Jeff Nathanson
Cast: Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Stanley Tucci, Chi McBride, Diego Luna, Barry Shabaka Henry, Kumar Parana, Zoe Saldana / Eddie Jones / Judd Sekrila / Corey Reynolds / Guglieremo Diaz / Rini Bell / Valery Nikolaev / Michael Norrie / Bob Morrissey / Sasha Spielberg / Susan Solomi / Carlisse Booker / Stephen Fuller / Dan Finnerty / Lydia Blanco / Kenneth Choi / Cass Anwar/ Conrad Pila/ Dusanne Dukic/ Marc Ivanie/ Benny Golson/ Scott Andes/ Robert Covarubia/ Dilva Henry/ Carl Eyre Lache/ Hayati Akbars/ Alex Burns/ Elena Cardona/ Dan Chase/ Chad R. Davis/ Antonella Elia/ Michael Eliopoulos / Marston Fobbs / Riad Galayini / Gerard Garner / Justin Rogers Hall / Mohammed Hassan / Amber Havens / Ksenia Jarova / Barry Julian / Svilena Kidess / Zuzana Monroe / Alicia Orchiser / Benjamin Ochenger/…
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Region: United States
Language: English / Bulgarian / Spanish / Russian / Mandarin / German / French
Released: 2005-01-14 (Mainland China) / 2004-06-18 (USA)
Length: 128 minutes
Also known as: Airport Passenger Terminal (Hong Kong) / Terminal Love (Taiwan) / Terminal Romance / One-way Ticket Terminal Romance / Terminal Building / One-way Ticket / Love Without Borders
Rating: IMDB 7.4 / Rotten Tomatoes 61%
In order to fulfill his father’s wishes, victor (Tom Hanks) from the old country Kennedy Airport on a plane to the United States, but a dramatic thing happened: he was told that a coup had taken place in the motherland, and his id card and passport were all stolen. lapse and his visa can no longer be used. Victor, who was in a dilemma, had to stay at the airport, waiting for the new documents to be processed.
However, he waited at the airport for a full 9 months. During these 9 months, he used the airport toilet to wash and slept in the waiting room. He has learned to adapt to local conditions, took care of his own life at the airport, and even found a job at a construction site. Victor’s sloppy whammy, however, brought dissatisfaction with the airport director frank (qi Stanley Tucci), and what made him more angry and jealous was the beautiful stewardess Amy leah (Catherine Zeta-san). Jones (Catherine Zeta-Jones) actually fell in love with Victor. Victor, who is in the sweetness, is also enjoying himself by slowly observing life at the airport.
“The Terminal” is a 2004 American comedy-drama film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Stanley Tucci. The movie tells the story of Viktor Navorski, played by Tom Hanks, a man from the fictional country of Krakozhia who finds himself stranded at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport when his country experiences a coup, rendering his passport invalid.
Unable to leave the airport or enter the United States, Navorski is forced to take up residence in the terminal and make the best of his situation. He becomes acquainted with the airport staff and passengers, and even falls in love with a flight attendant named Amelia Warren, played by Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Despite the bureaucratic hurdles and obstacles he faces, Navorski remains determined to leave the airport and enter the United States legally. With the help of a sympathetic immigration officer named Frank Dixon, played by Stanley Tucci, Navorski navigates the complicated legal system and eventually achieves his goal.
The movie was inspired by the true story of Mehran Karimi Nasseri, an Iranian refugee who lived in Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris for almost 18 years. Spielberg was fascinated by Nasseri’s story and decided to make a film based on it.
“The Terminal” received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising Hanks’ performance and Spielberg’s direction, while others criticized the movie’s pacing and lack of depth. However, the movie was a commercial success, grossing over $219 million worldwide.
Overall, “The Terminal” is a heartwarming and entertaining film that explores themes of resilience, human connection, and the power of determination in the face of adversity.