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Terminal USA is the story of a Japanese-American family with more than their fair share of quirks. Ma (Sharon Omi) is stealing grandpa's morphine, Airhead sister (Jenny Woo) is having sex with the family lawyer, One brother (Jon Moritsugu) gets perfect grades but is hiding a secret gay love of skinheads, and the other brother (also Jon Moritsugu) is a wastoid druggie. The tension leads to an explosion of absurd violence as crazier and crazier things happen to the family. Written by
When I first saw this movie, it took me a minute to decide whether it was the best movie I had ever seen, or the worst. Since then, I've watched Terminal USA probably more than I should have. Every single line of dialogue is genius! The climax at the end is so unbelievably terrific that it makes me pee my pants. I don't really have anything else to say, except that this movie rocks my socks. The End.
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