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A well-realised caveman pastiche backdrop for an uninspired series of well-worn parodies...
Turkish comedian Cem Yılmaz ("Hokkabaz" & "Organize İsler") and co-director Ali Taner Baltaci ("Hokkabaz" & "Tek Kisilik Dev Kadro") re-unite for this big-budget sequel to big-budget-blockbuster "G.O.R.A." which became another record-breaking Turkish box office hit.
Turkish carpet salesman and intergalactic saviour Arif (Cem Yılmaz) is re-abducted by the evil Commander Logar (Cem Yılmaz) and taken to 1,000,000 B.C. where he teams up with Dimi (Özkan Uğur) to rescue Mimi (Nil Karaibrahimgil) and the Arog in an uninspired comedy set-up.
Cem Yılmaz recreates his rather insipid performance as the stereotypical Turkish every-man Arif but this time with little relief from superior alter-ego Commander Logar while solid support comes once again from the likes of Özkan Ugur, Özge Özberk and pop diva Nil Karaibrahimgil.
The film-makers' have put together a more polished production with a convincingly realised caveman movie pastiche that acts as a magnificent backdrop for a slightly superior series of parodies and gags that are let down by a trite football showdown finale.
"l'd rather disappear in desserts, rather than mess up with the history"
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