With the death of a billionaire engaged in illegal practices, his billion-dollar fortune is up for the grabs. As his art collection is being prepared to be sold at an auction, two Turkish ... See full summary »
Mehmet Ali Erbil,
Based on a true event, Pardon tells the tragicomic story of three friends who end up in prison when they are mistaken as members of a terrorist organization. Ibrahim's fear of uniforms ... See full summary »
Adapted from Do?u Yücel's supreme novel, Ghost Book, School takes place in a high school environment. The film revolves around a young group of spoiled teenagers and their struggle to ... See full summary »
In the years of pulse, Turkey was unable to produce its own cars. But Pasha believed that Turkish people can produce their own cars so he ordered 2 cars. Gunduz and engineers with him must produce 2 cars in only 130 days!
In a very dangerous police operation famous undercover Narcotic agent Ertugrul faces with a puzzling situation. Unfortunately he gets killed along with his wife in front of their children before he solves the secret in the dark labyrinths of the world of drugs. Sixteen years later, his older son Attila, who has grown up to be a Narcotic officer with the nickname "Panther", will seek his revenge. In a narcotic operation, Attila along with his partner Asena, who is a female narcotic officer, they seize a huge amount of drugs that belongs to infamous drug kingpin Hashasi who is disguised himself as a respectable industrialist Vahdet Bozcan. Vahdet who has strong ties with politicians, pressures the authorities to post Attila to another job. Attila being demoted and striped from all his privileges desperately tries to find his way out. On top of everything, Atilla looses his only brother Tayfun to a drug related crime and gets into depression. With the support of Asena and his colleagues ... Written by
This is not a bad action movie.. There are some nicely shot scenes-especially the final scene- and some moderate action. However especially the plot evolving around Atilla s brother is so badly written and acted after some time it becomes unbearable to watch. The portrayal of drug using high school students are so unrealistic with clichés borrowed from late 70s and early 80s Turkish anti-drug movies it makes you laugh-which was not the directors intetion I suspect-. And there is also a supposedly gang-rape scene and an aftermath fight which is so badly done it is becomes a painful experience for the viewer. I think a re-edit which include the cutting of all this sub-plot is a must. Guys smoke weed and act like they are on crack; girls take extacies and behave like they are on heroine.. Make up your minds for Gods sake.
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