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Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (2011)

Kurtlar Vadisi: Filistin (original title)
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Polat Alemdar and his crew is in Palestine and fight againist Israel special agents.

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Moshe Ben Eliezer
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Simon Levy (as Nur Aysan)
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Memati Bas
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Abdülhey Çoban
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Abdullah
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Harun Aykut
Petr Caballos
Linda Candir
Ugur Tuna Cetinkaya
Zeynel Coskun
Senem Demir
Zafer Diper
Tamer Gozudeli
Umut Karadag
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Polat Alemdar and his crew is in Palestine and fight againist Israel special agents.

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Moshe was shot in the eye. At the range he is depicted as being shot from, the bullet should have penetrated. See more »

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Follows Valley of the Wolves Gladio (2009) See more »

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One sided, but who doesn't?
8 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a great Turkish movie, but still got lot of goofed flaws and holes:

1) The Israeli thug called Moshe was shot directly into his right eye by a 9mm bullet could still be survived? And he could get up right away after his eye was sewn together. So where was the bullet? So the bullet just stopped right at his eyeball and didn't penetrate further into his brain? How could it be possible this murdering thug recovered so soon and got no brain damage at all? Is he blessed by the so-called God? if so, the God should never let him been shot in the first place.

2) Shot a Israeli jeep with so many shots, but there were no bullet holes on the windshield when they took over the jeep, not even a scratch. Well, even an heavy armored car would have been so scratch free.

3) The 3 Turkish commando and their Palestinian comrade invaded the Israeli's control command center, then just threw two bundled dynamites to blow up what? Desks, chairs and some monitors? How could a well trained Turkish commando guy do such amateurish work? Why he didn't blew up the computer center?

4)When they blew open the security door and disrupted the power, how could it be possible when the Moshe thug came into the control center could still use the computer?

There are so many many flaws in this otherwise action-packed movie. Those actors who played the killers on both sides, didn't need any talent to perform convincingly in this movie, the endless firefight actions would only them to shoot to kill. One-sided, some viewers complained? Who doesn't and didn't? Because anything from different angle to look at by different people, races, religion, the occupants, the occupied...everybody got the right to tell their own stories. It's not one-sided at all; so if you think it's one-sided, it only means that you've already chosen one side you preferred to look at certain things, such as, well, this movie, it is you who are one-sided. All the Christians loves Jesus and believe in God, but they hate the people who invented the God and where the Jesus came from. Another identity theft and one-sided proof.


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