A man is captured by his enemies and abandoned in the middle of the ocean on a floating piece of debris. If he is ever going to swim back to shore and be reunited with his love interest, he... See full summary »
An early Turkish Batman movie based on the famous comic characters, with his name spelled the Turkish pronunciation (Bedmen). The unfortunate erotic evocations of the title have nothing to do with the plot.
Lazy, uneducated students share a very close bond. They live together in the dormitory, where they plan their latest pranks. When a new headmaster arrives, the students naturally try to overthrow him. A comic war of nitwits follows.
One of the many Turkish ripoffs of famous movies from the US depicts a boy befriending an alien. Yep, "Badi" is Turkey's very own "E.T.". And this time, the boy's extraterrestrial friend looks bizarre! It's one of those no-budget movies that you watch just to laugh at it. The copy that I saw didn't have subtitles, but you don't need to know what they're saying since there's not much in the way of acting going on.
This is one of three "E.T." ripoffs (that I know of, at least). The others were 1983's "Pod People" (riffed on "Mystery Science Theater 3000") and 1988's "Mac and Me" (by far one of the worst movies ever made; it was less a movie than a 90-minute ad for McDonald's and Coca Cola).
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