2 group people trying to seize the valuable mandate eye and fighting each other for it. Omer the Tourist who is unaware of the world, planning to tattoo the treasury plans on his arms an ... See full summary »
Turist Ömer is a poor man. He finds a job in bank to distribute fake money for advertisement. He accidentally takes the bag full of real money from the burglars. He spends the money for his friends' needs while the burglars search for him.
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Most people describe this movie as a cheap Star Trek clone with a Turkish guy in it. Actually, Omer is the protagonist here so it's not a Star Trek movie. It's a Turist Omer movie in Star Trek setting. And like all of the Turist Omer movies, Sadri Alisik is the only thing good about it. He was an extremely talented actor. Maybe he was even better than most of his contemporaries in Hollywood. But remember,he was born in Turkey, therefore never had the chance to do what his Western comrades did. Yes, it's not a very good movie but blaming Sadri Alisik for that is just unfair. Producers knew anything with Sadri Alisik in it would make money, so the writing is extremely weak. Incredibly time and culture specific jokes do not help, either. Not for foreign audience at all. Unless you love Star Trek and have to see everything related to it.
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