The Terminal Movie Review


An eastern immigrant finds himself stranded in JFK airport, and must take up temporary residence there.

Directed by: Steven Spielberg


The first time I have watched The Terminal I fell in love with the story because it shows the audience a slice of life. The busy people roaming around the airport waiting for their flight, the employees assisting them. With Victor (Tom Hanks) who is trapped in the airport because of international issues in his country. They won’t let him enter or exit United States.

Spielberg takes us into a different dimension of emotion that is to accept the impossible. If we do not accept it, we can’t be enchanted by the way he did the movie. Spielberg is one of the greatest directors of all time that can create impossible things in a movie (Remember Jurassic Park? ).I’m a big Spielberg fan.His works are truly a masterpiece.I can say that he gave a different approach in this film. The Terminal is a very seamless film that will capture your mind and it will surprise you in every bit.Tom Hanks effortlessly gave his character justice. His acting skills are impeccable.

The mise-en-scene of the film is very realistic because it was shot in a real airport. The film attacks me in a positive way.