A Turkish comedy film about an incompetent gang of criminals attempting to capture an oil installation in northern Iraq in order divert the oil to Turkey, which was the third highest-grossing Turkish film of 2007.
A son of a tribe chef comes to the class, and he declares himself as a landowner. At the same time, a girl who has a boyfriend in the class gets pregnant. This is the funny and dramatic story of a class.
Hababam Sinifi (The Chaos Class) continue to their adventures. Now first female students of the school history joins to the class and all Hababam Sinifi fight each other for them at first ... See full summary »
During the scene which Fatos Hoca shows Guduk Necmi the class photo and Guduk Necmi says "Rifat Abi (Brother) founded it" and shows a picture of Rifat Ilgaz, the author of the book the whole series is based on. See more »
I just saw this movie, and I have to say I'm utterly disappointed. The original prequel was absolutely fantastic, and every sequel got weaker and weaker, yet still pretty damn good. The last of the originals shot with a different crew was totally weak, so I was hoping they wouldn't make a brand new one in the 90's and rape this gem. But unfortunately, this 2004 remake is a billion times worse than that weak one. This flick must be a record; a lesson on how to make such a crappy movie with such an excellent cast! The director (Kartal Tibet, a liability to Turkish Cinema if you ask me) has tried very hard to add some spice to the film by using virtual flashbacks through the characters of the old Hababam Sýnýfý series. Just the same way he always used to failed at acting, he has failed at directing too, and even worse! The acting by the important actors of Turkish cinema isn't bad at all, but take the ambiance of the original into account, and look at this one.. As different as a mouse and giraffe!
The movie isn't absolute rubbish, but compared to the originals, it surely is. If you want to see this movie and want to like it too, DO NOT watch the original! But if you want a great movie, skip this one and go for the original.
6,5/10 given in a generous manner!
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