Trudie’s review published on Letterboxd:
Terminal is hyper stylised to the point of distraction. A concoction of elements that feel like they're trying to live up to other, much better, films. With a story so set on being neo noir and mysterious you cant possibly be interested and following it to the end is strenuous.
Almost every review for Terminal states it's a mix of other films and i'm going to do the exact same thing. It's as if someone watched NWR's filmography, took note of Tarantino's dialogue heavy scenes then watched Sin City in an effort to create shadowy characters. Add in OTT editing, make an interesting trailer and suddenly you've got this. Could not find it in me to finish it