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Commander Logar, the villain of the previous movie escapes from the planet G.O.R.A. to Earth and finds Arif. Arif gets tricked by the evil Commander Logar into thinking that his intentions have changed but Commander Logar sends Arif 1.000.000 years into the past. After finding himself in the stone-age Arif begins to help the local tribe to defend themselves against a different, much more violent tribe and tries to find a way back to his time.Written by
I don't understand why Cem Yilmaz insists so much in making movies. He is a very funny man. He is extremely successful in his stand up shows. He can entertain thousands when he is on the stage with his black shirt and trousers. With minimum investment, no decor, no make up, he generates maximum return in his shows. But when it comes to cinema I think he does not take his business as serious as it should be. It is as if he finds the jokes and starts the movie without any fundamental preparation. He needs professional help in creating a good story, writing a satisfactory script, finding a reasonable team of actors, needs a good cinematographer, editor and director. We expect really good movies from him as he has talent to contribute to a good movie. But he can not do everything by himself, this would be an insult to cinema. If he thinks that he will be successful in cinema so easily I think he is wrong.
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