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Eyyvah Eyvah 3 (2014)

Life is tough for Geyikli clarinetist Huseyin Badem after marrying his true love, Mujgan. He must grab every opportunity that comes his way to take care of his expanding family, even if it ... See full summary »

Director:

Hakan Algül

Writer:

Ata Demirer
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Demet Akbag ... Firuzan
Ata Demirer ... Hüseyin Badem
Özge Borak ... Müjgan
Salih Kalyon ... Halil Dede
Tanju Tuncel ... Hatice Nine
Serra Yilmaz Serra Yilmaz ... Mersedes
Tarik Ünlüoglu ... Edremit
Aysenil Samlioglu Aysenil Samlioglu ... Necla
Cengiz Bozkurt ... Halit
Teoman Kumbaracibasi ... Ispanyol
Meray Ülgen Meray Ülgen ... Baba
Sener Kökkaya Sener Kökkaya ... Belediye Baskani (as Sener Kokkaya)
Caner Alkaya Caner Alkaya ... Melek
Hazim Körmükcü Hazim Körmükcü ... Can (as Hazim Körmükçü)
Onur Buldu Onur Buldu ... Eyüp
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Life is tough for Geyikli clarinetist Huseyin Badem after marrying his true love, Mujgan. He must grab every opportunity that comes his way to take care of his expanding family, even if it means playing clarinet by night for dingy clubs in the area. Meanwhile, his dear friend and "big sister" Firuzan is back in Istanbul to work on her singing career and becoming more famous by the day. But for Huseyin, Firuzan seems like a sweet memory from the past: a figure he misses and only gets to see on TV these days. Although they don't know it, both are about to go through the mill. Written by BKM

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Comedy

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Follows Eyyvah Eyvah (2010) See more »

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Sira Sira Siniler
Music and Lyrics by Anonim
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A totally waste of time...
17 February 2014 | by tsokosesSee all my reviews

I am really against people who show prejudice toward Turkish movies. I always try to support low-budget Turkish movies which have something to say. Eyvah Eyvah was such a movie that portrayed people in a small Ege town in Canakkale and the first movie maybe was not perfect but it was warm and sincere. It was different than other cliché comedy movies like Recep Ivedik which is an embarrassment for Turkish cinema. The second movie - Eyvah Eyvah 2 - was not as good as the first movie but it did its job and entertained the people. Scenario was similar to the first movie with some differences in the story. In spite of its drawbacks, the second movie was above the average. However, this last movie of this series is really bad. It is totally a waste of time. It has exactly the same story outline as the first movie, nothing new. The jokes are extremely stupid. I really tried to enjoy the movie but there was not even a single moment that I laughed. It was so boring and I constantly checked my watch for the end of the movie. I gave just 1 star to this movie but it doesn't really deserve any stars. Please don't waste your time by watching this stupid movie.


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Turkey

Language:

Turkish

Release Date:

31 January 2014 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

Mio Dio 3 See more »

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$17,455,570
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