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This movie was supposed to be a sequel to highly popular Recep İvedik, but these movies are different in many ways.
In the first movie, there was a storyline and jokes were not based on swearing. Yes, there were some scenes which were disgusting at times, but the movie as a whole wasn't so bad.
In the "supposedly" sequel however, nearly all jokes are based on swearing and the movie has no storyline. There are some changes in Recep İvedik character as well. He is now much more aggressive, swearing and can speak English:) Grandmother role in the movie is a total disaster. This role includes nothing more than swearing and player's acting is very amateur and disturbing. In fact, this observation is valid for all supporting characters in the movie except the "bonus" boy.
After the release of the first movie, there were some exaggerated criticisms about the movie being very "low level". I didn't agree with these thoughts then, but now it seems that with Recep İvedik 2,Şahan Gökbakar wants to show the critics what is called a "low level" movie.
I also want to say some things about the directing. In the first movie, directing was obviously bad but Recep İvedik character saved the day. In this sequel, we "surprisingly" see that the director has shown no improvement since the first movie and even got worse. This is not good news for his career, I think it would be good for him to try his chances in other fields before it is too late.
If you can handle the swearing without a story and have excess money, you can watch this movie on cinema, otherwise it is a C-grade movie which at most deserves being watched on video.
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