Movie The Terminal: Steven Spielberg’s Rare Comedy Flick Rediscovered!

I consider a happy accident that I found this movie entitled ‘The Terminal’ (2004) directed by Steven Spielberg on a transmission platform. My surprise was beyond the measure when I saw the genre written in the details of the comedy of movies! Well, I don’t need to be my ignorance about this great filmmaker; Because in the majority of Spielberg’s bios or filmography, the movie said movie never stands out or talk despite the fact that the film was a commercial success. ‘The Terminal’ tells a character of a character named Viktor Navorski from Easter (indicated by the Russian Republic) that arrives at the New York airport John F Kennedy in a private mission just to find that, meanwhile, his native country (fictional) Kakrojhia had undergone a military coup and a new government had taken charge. Since the United States still had to recognize that the new passport of the Viktor government had become invalid and the airport supervisor took away all its documents, including the passport that refused to allow him to enter New York City or return home . Viktor Navorski, played by nothing less than the greatest of actors Tom Hanks, cannot speak much English and goes through a series of hilarious misfortunes during their nine -month stay at the terminal. We will return to the movie a little later.

Steven Spielberg had become a family name in the United States after its box office success in 1975; And if it was not yet a family name in most other countries as India, its ‘nearby meetings of the third type’ in 1977, ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ in 1981, ‘et the extra terrestrial’ in 1982, its creation of the ‘Indiana Jones’ franchise of 1984 and its two great productions ‘Jurassic Park’ and ‘Schindler’s List’ in 1993 have done more than that, almost a living legend of world cinema. It is said that Spielberg is the most successful director of Hollywood to date, with almost each of his films that achieve the box office success, critical acclamation and the nominations and awards of the Academy awards. He has won three Oscar, two of whom are the best director of ‘Schindler’s List’ and ‘Saving Private Ryan’ (1998) and a better image of Oscar for ‘Schindler’s List’, apart from 7 nominations as best director. His films have won an incredible 133 Academy nominations and 34 Oscar in several categories, apart from the Bafta and Golden Globe Awards. Its other important awards include the Cecil B Demille award and the AFI Life Achievement Award. Steven Spielberg at 74 years of age has now not retired and has still made films taking temporary breaks sometimes.

See the ‘Jaws’ and the ‘Jurassic Park’ had been a very stimulating experience for most Indians such as me and through such films we could understand the thorough efforts, often risking their own life in the difficult shooting, taken by the Director-No Douda AT at. Everything that his first cinematographic experiment did at the tender age of 12 years dedicating all his life to art and making world cinema even richer and more entertaining. After working for a few years in the new era of Hollywood that included several television episodes and minor films for universal studies, he had his break that changed the game in ‘Jaws’ in 1975 when he was just over 30 years old. Spielberg, rightly, refused to make a sequel to ‘jaws’, since those sequels made by other filmmakers could never match the unique original that still sends chills by the spine. However, he made a sequel to ‘Jurassic Park’ entitled ‘The Lost World-Jossic Park’ in 1997 as the original writer presented his second book, and that film was also a commercial and critical success.

Somehow it follows from the previous narrative that most of us always considered Spielberg as a serious filmmaker who also obtained great commercial success for his universally attractive narration and his dedicated efforts. We could never imagine that I could make a movie in the lighter genre of comedy. Maybe, it was only an experiment for this great filmmaker, and did it very well, inspired by a true event at the Paris airport, creating interesting characters that include a romantic angle and erecting a great cinema in the lines of the JFK airport in JFK of New York.

Now, returning to ‘The Terminal’, the 2 -hour and 9 -minute movie does not have a single moment boring tickles in your fun bones all the time with Tom Hanks stumbling with his Russian or Bulgarian or Bulgarian Bulgarian English that becomes well cultivated While handling the obsessed airport supervisor, security guards and the various desktop officials. His character also gets emotionally involved with an Airhosses