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16 April 2014, Wednesday
 
 
Today's Zaman
 
 
 
 

This week in theaters

‘A.R.O.G.’
6 December 2008, Saturday /
‘A.R.O.G.’In this follow-up to the 2004 sci-fi comedy "G.O.R.A.," Ceku (Özge Özberk), the extraterrestrial wife of Arif (Cem Yılmaz), is pregnant with the couple's first baby.

But doctors, after detecting in ultrasound screenings that the offspring is not a human being but an "alien," say this birth should never take place. However, Arif and Ceku want the baby, no matter what. So the day of the birth comes. Arif, seeing the creepy monster that his wife just delivered, starts screaming and … wakes up from this nightmare. But this is the start of a long journey back in time as Commander Logar (Yılmaz), who hates Arif, sends him 1 million years back in time, to an earth dominated by Stone Age creatures of all kinds -- early humans, dinosaurs and prehistoric birds.

Directed by: Ali Taner Baltacı

Genre: Sci-fi comedy

Cast: Cem Yılmaz, Zafer Algöz, Ozan Güven, Ethel Mulinas Araf, Özkan Uğur, Nil Karaibrahimgil, Özge Özberk


‘Muro: Nalet Olsun İçimdeki İnsan Sevgisine’ (Muro: Damn the Humanist Inside)

Muro (Mustafa Üstündağ) and Çeto (Şefik Onatoğlu), just released from prison, decide to return to their hometown to start a grassroots revolution. The first phase of their plan is to find two girls, get married and start their own families to become good exemplars of revolutionists. However, a surprise awaits them in their hometown. The village head has married Muro and Çeto to two Russian women while they were in prison. The two now have to return to İstanbul to find the women to whom they were married and get divorces if they want to realize their ideals. But on their return to the big city, they stumble across a massive illegal organization that they will never be able to decipher.

Directed by: Zübeyr Şaşmaz

Genre: Comedy

Cast: Mustafa Üstündağ, Selim Erdoğan, Bülent Şakrak, Evrim Alasya, Şefik Onatoğlu, Eray Türk

 
 
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