Terminally Trapped

Seattle Weekly | June 16, 2004
Steven Spielberg masterfully makes the airport terminal a character in its own right, a bright, bland emporium of name-brand culture—not the ’60s pleasure palace in "Catch Me if You Can," but an inescapable enclosure, a bit like the haunted house in "Poltergeist" or the totalitarian dystopias of "AI" and "Minority Report."

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