"The Terminal" is a film by Steven Spielberg about a man who comes from a small European country to New York City, and while he is in the air his country gets into some kind of war and the United States does not recognize his country. So he is stuck in an airport until his country is recognized again.
The movie has no special effects and stars Tom Hanks. It's funny, loving, a bit emotional, and just a very heart-warming movie. The airport is very realistic and he ends up falling in love, meeting some friends, meeting some enemies, learning some English, and much more. He has to live in an airport for a month - I mean, it's a very interesting movie, but at times can be a little bit depressing.
The soundtrack is by John Williams, a genius who also did star wars and many other of spielberg's films. It's a very nice and cute little soundtrack of a kind of discovery and wonder with gentle quick strings.