The Terminal

Inspired by the case of a displaced, undocumented Iranian trapped in a French airport for more than a decade, Steven Spielberg downplays the absurd ambiguities inherent in this Kafka-esque premise and crafts a squishy fairy tale about the pluck and fundamental decency of the common man. While Viktor Navorski (Tom Hanks) is in transit between his native Krakozhia...read more

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00:47 — In the dark heart of a sprawling, anonymous city, Terminal follows the twisting tales of two assassins carrying out a sinister mission, a teacher batt (more…)
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02:24 — An eastern immigrant finds himself stranded in JFK airport, and must take up temporary residence there.

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Mon Oct 22 5:00am
The Terminal HBO

An Eastern European man is forced to live at JFK Airport after his visa is canceled due to a coup in his own country. In time, the terminal becomes a virtual country within itself, complete with culture, ambition, status, diversity and the need for love.

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Tue Oct 23 2:15pm
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An Eastern European man is forced to live at JFK Airport after his visa is canceled due to a coup in his own country. In time, the terminal becomes a virtual country within itself, complete with culture, ambition, status, diversity and the need for love.

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Thu Oct 25 12:35pm
The Terminal HBO

An Eastern European man is forced to live at JFK Airport after his visa is canceled due to a coup in his own country. In time, the terminal becomes a virtual country within itself, complete with culture, ambition, status, diversity and the need for love.

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  • Released: 2004
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: Inspired by the case of a displaced, undocumented Iranian trapped in a French airport for more than a decade, Steven Spielberg downplays the absurd ambiguities inherent in this Kafka-esque premise and crafts a squishy fairy tale about the pluck and fundame… (more)

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