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Well, firstly, it's not that bad. This movie and the other Recep Ivedik movies in general doesn't deserve these harsh satires.
Let me ask, what had you been expecting from it right before watching it? Basically, what do you expect from a movie that shows the vulgar side of the people in the narrated country? They say "Aw that sucks. That movie is really bad." And why is that? Answer comes "That is so bad to use these sexual words, swears, disgustingness for a movie, aw that's so awful, etc..."
These factors does not make a movie "awful" as you say. They don't make it "terrible" as well if you are talking about a movie that's all about vulgarity since it's goal would be that already: being vulgar. That's what Recep Ivedik do. Exerting rudeness to the audience and he exerts it rather good in most of his movies (not in all his movies, not at all). I'm not saying that Recep Ivedik is a perfect movie series to watch. Just not too shabby...
What i don't like about the movie is it's exaggerations. In some scenes exaggerations surplussing the vulgarity. And yes, some scenes are awful really because of that. It's the worst part of the series.
And i wanna add this. People that give themself the "white collar" status: "The Elite People" in Turkey thinks it is so much rudeness. I guess they are rejecting it even they are living it every other day, sadly.
To make a long story short, Recep Ivedik deserves a little bit more.
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