Seen at the Movies: Steven Spielberg’s The Terminal is enjoyable in parts, but something seems off about it from almost the beginning. Loosely inspired by the real-life case of an Iranian man who has been living in a Paris airport terminal since 1988, the film stars Tom Hanks as an Eastern European traveler who is stuck in Kennedy Airport after his country undergoes a coup, rendering him stateless. He wanders the international terminal, eating crackers and ketchup, learning English at ...

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