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The Terminal DVD Gently Pre-owned Tom Hanks Catherine Zeta-Jones

Condition:
Very Good
8 /10 Gently pre-owned. See ITEM DESCRIPTION for a detailed overview of condition ratings.
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Located in: Barrie, Ontario, Canada
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Item specifics

Condition
Very Good
An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab
Seller Notes
“8 /10 Gently pre-owned. See ITEM DESCRIPTION for a detailed overview of condition ratings.”
Case Type
Jewel Case: Standard
Format
DVD
Type
Movie
Actor
Tom Hanks
Modified Item
No
Language
English
Former Rental
No
Movie/TV Title
The Terminal
Region Code
DVD: 1 (US, Canada...)
Genre
Comedy
UPC
678149167924

Item description from the seller

The Thrifty Beaver

The Thrifty Beaver

100% positive feedback
1.3K items sold

Detailed seller ratings

Average for the last 12 months

Accurate description
5.0
Reasonable shipping cost
4.9
Shipping speed
5.0
Communication
5.0

Seller feedback (619)

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Past 6 months
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The most professional packaging I've ever recieved on an item. Especially for the price. Good seller, would recommend.
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Great seller, fair prices and fast shipping! Thanks
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Past 6 months
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Thank you for the item. Arrived just as described in very good condition. Excellent customer service and would love to do business with again anytime. I'm sure I will be back! Great experience. A+++

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  • Top critical review

    Boring

    I will never watch this movie again. It was honestly one of the most boring movies I've ever seen. It was unrealistic and corny. I had to stop watching about 2/3s way into. I should have stopped earlier in. Also, Hanks was also VERY mis-casted in this which made it even more unrealistic.

    Verified purchase: YesCondition: Pre-OwnedSold by: second.sale

  • The Terminal

    Viktor Navorksi (Tom Hanks) falls into a bureaucratic crack in the system when his plane lands at New York's JFK airport from the fictitious country of Krakozhia. Unbeknownst to Navorski, his country fell prey to a military coup while he was in flight, causing it to be wiped from the map. This effectively renders his passport null and void, meaning he cannot legally enter America, nor return to his now nonexistent home. Barely able to speak English, the hapless Navorski is offered a sanctuary of sorts by kindly staff who allow him to freely inhabit the airport. With little money to his name, Navorski has to quickly shed his feelings of displacement, confusion, and alienation to survive. Fortunately he has a resourceful nature, and makes a meager amount of money for food by returning ...

  • The Terminal (DVD, 2004)

    Tom Hanks plays Viktor Navorshi, a Krakozhian citizen, who arrives at New York's Kennedy airport following an overnight coup in his country. With civil war raging, the U.S. has suspended diplomatic relations, meaning that Viktor's passport is now null and void. He cannot enter the U.S. or return to Krakozhia. So, he is temporarily a resident of the International terminal. Viktor only came to the U.S. to fulfill the dream of his deceased father, who was a tremendous jazz enthusiast. In 1958, Viktor's father saw a picture in a Hungarian newspaper entitled "Great Day in Harlem". The photograph had the names and pictures of 57 jazz musicians, and Viktor's father vowed to get the autographs of all. Having optained 56, he died needing one more, tenor saxophonist ...

  • The Terminal

    Viktor Navorksi (Tom Hanks) falls into a bureaucratic crack in the system when his plane lands at New York's JFK airport from the fictitious country of Krakozhia. Unbeknownst to Navorski, his country fell prey to a military coup while he was in flight, causing it to be wiped from the map. This effectively renders his passport null and void, meaning he cannot legally enter America, nor return to his now nonexistent home. Barely able to speak English, the hapless Navorski is offered a sanctuary of sorts by kindly staff who allow him to freely inhabit the airport. With little money to his name, Navorski has to quickly shed his feelings of displacement, confusion, and alienation to survive. Fortunately he has a resourceful nature, and makes a meager amount of money for food by returning ...

  • Another Great Tom Hanks Movie

    "The Terminal" has a lot going for it. It has the crowd-drawing director, actor, actress, and a plot that would make anyone say, "how in the world?" And for the most part, it lives up to it. Hanks is absolutely amazing in his role. I forgot it was him for the majority of the film, and though that should be par for the acting course, it's not for many actors. He loses himself as Victor, and he's not afraid to lay it out for his character. He changed his walk, stance, everything for Victor. It's the complete package, and Hanks never misses a beat. Spielberg delivers what you expect: excellent directing. There are so many little touches in the background during the entire film that you sit and smile when you catch it, and when a scene comes off as ...