Recent high school graduate Rhoda Williams is about to attend MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). One night, she is driving along the New England coastline when a bulletin comes on the radio about a new planet that is the mirror image of Earth. 'Earth 2' resembles a blue dot in the sky and as Rhoda leans out of her window for a better look, she hits a car carrying a pregnant woman and her child. Subsequently, Rhoda is sentenced for four years in prison.
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In The Terminal, Spielberg gives us Hanks as Viktor Navorski, a visitor from the fictitious country of Krakhozia in Eastern Europe. Hanks, made up to be pasty and lumpy, puts on a mush-mouthed accent reminiscent of Yakov Smirnoff, and finds himself landing at New York's JFK on a mission we won't discover until the end of the film. We know only that it involves a Planters peanut can.
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