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A.R.O.G (2008)

Commander Logar fools Arif and sends him 1.000.000 years back in the time. He must civilize people from past to reach today.


Cem Yilmaz
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Credited cast:
Cem Yilmaz ... Arif / Komutan Logar / Kaya
Özge Özberk ... Ceku
Zafer Algöz Zafer Algöz ... Karga
Nil Karaibrahimgil Nil Karaibrahimgil ... Mimi
Hasan Kaçan ... Cuhara
Özkan Ugur ... Dimi
Ozan Güven ... Taso (as Ozan Guven)
Metin Keçeci Metin Keçeci ... Meto
Muhittin Korkmaz Muhittin Korkmaz ... Bidi
Raimundo Querido ... Carlos
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sercan Akyüz Sercan Akyüz ... Football Player
Enes Akçay Enes Akçay
Dilek Altunay Dilek Altunay
Ethel Mulinas Araf Ethel Mulinas Araf ... Ayu
Ilker Ayrik Ilker Ayrik ... Esnaf


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 TheLegend

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Comedy | Fantasy | Sci-Fi


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Shot in the Phrygia which is real historical area in the central part of Anatolia. See more »


At the start of the movie, Logar receives his luggage before immigration control. Passport control is always before luggage delivery. See more »


Follows G.O.R.A. (2004) See more »


Return to Innocence
Lyrics and music written by Michael Cretu
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A.R.O.G: Superior sequel
8 January 2019 | by PlatypuschowSee all my reviews

A.R.O.G is the sequel to G.O.R.A (2004) a Turkish mega budget sci-fi comedy and follows on from it really quite well.

Our hero Arif is back safe and sound at home with his cosmic love Ceku, but Logar isn't done with him and he finds himself sent back in time one million years!

Considering that G.O.R.A was Turkey's biggest movie to date and the amount of time and effort that went into it I wasn't impressed at all. I found it to be an unfunny two hours of silliness and campness, so I expected the absolute pits from A.R.O.G.

To my surprise it is better, but not by much. Unlike the first it has lost most of the campness and more jokes hit the mark.

The first movie was a standard sci-fi affair, all set in space with the usual tropes so writing A.R.O.G in this way was a huge gamble. This is barely sci-fi, the majority of the movie is set in the stone age so it's a very different creature altogether (And personally that suited me better).

Sure it's still silly and most of the jokes are terrible but I found myself cringing considerably less so that's something, right?

With most of the original cast, following on directly from the previous movie and the same "Charm" I'd say despite my low rating this is an accomplishment. I'm not the demographic, but I do see the appeal.

The Good:

Cem Yilmaz's ability to play two very different characters without me even realizing it was him!

Some funny moments

The Bad:

Too much western pop culture, it feels forced

Still plain silly

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Release Date:

5 December 2008 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

G.O.R.A. 2 See more »

Filming Locations:

Afyon, Turkey See more »


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$8,500,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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