G.O.R.A. (2004) 720p YIFY Movie

G.O.R.A. (2004)

G.O.R.A. is a movie starring Cem Yilmaz, Rasim ?ztekin, and ?zkan Ugur. A slick young Turk kidnapped by extraterrestrials shows his great ? humanitarian spirit ? by outwitting the evil commander-in-chief of the planet of G.O.R.A.

IMDB: 8.05 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Comedy
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.01G
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 127
  • IMDB Rating: 8.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 4 / 61

The Synopsis for G.O.R.A. (2004) 720p

The film recounts the story of aliens kidnapping the carpet-seller Arif to the planet G.O.R.A. while Arif tries to find a way to get back to his planet, he falls in love with Ceku, the princess. Arif saves the planet from the evil commander-in-chief of G.O.R.A. and hence becomes a hero for the people. In this science-fiction comedy film, Cem Yilmaz played four different characters.


The Director and Players for G.O.R.A. (2004) 720p

[Director]?mer Faruk Sorak
[Role:]Idil Firat
[Role:]?zkan Ugur
[Role:]Rasim ?ztekin
[Role:]Cem Yilmaz


The Reviews for G.O.R.A. (2004) 720p


Pretty FunReviewed byWulfstan10Vote: 9/10

Despite a lot of complaints that non-Turks would not find this funny, I did. I have seen it twice now. I do quite enjoy it and find much of it funny, with some parts extremely funny. Granted, a few things were not especially original, or were pretty tired or crude without being humorous to me, but these were minor problems and films like this always have some jokes that don't appeal to everyone. I cannot say I don't like a movie simply because I personally don't like some of the jokes or gags. Overall, the film was quite well-done and most of the jokes or spoofs of culture and films worked quite well.

One fun thing is to see this sort of film made from a Turkish perspective, rather than American. It puts a new twist on some things, even jokes that we've seen before or which would have been in an American or other film.

In part, I am sure my enjoyment of the film is helped by the fact that, while hardly being fluent in Turkish, I do know some Turkish and am quite familiar with the country. Therefore, while there are a number of very Turkey-specific jokes, I was able to enjoy at least some of them. I would therefore agree that a decent understanding of at least Turkish culture and recent history, if not the language, will enhance one's enjoyment of the film.

Other humour in the film seems pretty universal. As a result, there are quite a lot of jokes and spoofs that I know many Americans and Western Europeans would get. Again, while some are tired or crude, many are really quite funny and pulled off quite well.

I think that my biggest complaint is that some themes were not taken far enough. For example, more could have been done with the carpet salesman thing since that part was really quite funny and had more potential than the film exploited.

In the end, this is a pretty well-made, funny, and entertaining film. It could have been better, but it works well and should provide quite a few laughs, especially if one knows much about Turkey. It's rather silly, but that is pretty much the point, and the silliness here is mostly quite entertaining.

Although not really relevant for my discussion, I shall add that this film is also a milestone for Turkish cinema in terms of the special effects and production values for a film of this sort. I think it's important to recognize this, even though I was primarily concerned with giving my opinion of the film's content, etc. Thus, while one may be able to criticize some visuals compared to some big-budget Hollywood films, the production values/special effects are pretty good, especially considering the context.

a space adventure with a touch of comedy and a love storyReviewed bycenk-6Vote: 9/10

Arif (Cem Yylmaz) is a Turkish carpet salesman, which tries to sell fake photos of aliens wandering on the skies of Turkey to tourists. One day, his dreams come true, he meets real aliens, but as a twist of luck, those aliens are evil, and captures earth people to work them as slaves in the mines of planet GORA. Logar (Cem Yylmaz) is the evil commander of the entire GORA army, and wishes to marry the daughter (?zge ?zberk) of the president of the planet (Cezmi Baskyn) for the ultimate power & glory. Logar is holding a grudge against Turks, for his father is an explorer, has visited Earth once, only to be mistreated by Turkish farmers.

Arif has a full agenda. He has to escape from prison, stop a fireball approaching GORA, harness his real inside power with the help of the wise guy Garavel (?zkan Ueur), help the lovely princess find his long-lost 'real' father, stop the evil plans of commander Logar and at the end, find a vessel to return to earth. In an addition, he is in now in love with the princess, and the feelings are mutual!

As a whole, GORA is a mixture of action ? adventure and comedy. Blended with seriously distinguished special effects, paradises movies like Star Wars, The Fifth Element and The Matrix. An additional flavor is the integration of Turkish lifestyle and the way of life to a planet light years away from earth. As one of the best comedians of Turkey, Cem Yylmaz has a great success in plotting the outline and a very successful characterization of the two main and opposite characters of the movie - the evil commander Logar and the funny, practical thinking carpet salesman Arif. The supporting cast is also well chosen, helping the audience feel the overwhelming presence of the lifestyle and characters of an alien planet.

Special effects, flashing costumes and extremely sophisticated make-up increases the value of the movie as a whole, making GORA one of the best produced space adventures of all times. The balance of action and comedy, Turkish humor and its international perception is well applied, and the general rules of making a quality cinema production are strictly followed. As a faithful movie fan, I would suggest GORA to every audience who want to go to a movie, have hours of fun and laugh and leave the theater with a happy smile on the face.

Just a humble reminder, do not believe all of what they told you on other space movies.

There is at least a planet out there, whose inhabitants are funny, incompetent and less evil than the evil trade federation, the sith, the goa'uld, the wraith and the cylons?

Great movie, superb Cem YilmazReviewed bynachoking03Vote: 6/10

* This is my first movie comment, so please don't get too serious with it :) *

After watching G.O.R.A. last week for the first time, I was so excited, that I wasn't able, to stand a week, without watching the movie, so I visited it last weekend again and I think, that this movie is the best production in Turkish comedy movie history :)

The special effects, the set and especially the actors were all doing a great job! It was a real surprise, that this movie was even better than Cem Yilmaz's comedy acting in "Bir Tat, bir doku..."!

But there are some negative points for the "foreign"-movie visitors: The humor is all around Turkish-lifestyle, so they maybe don't understand most of the funny lines and acting. Further the subtitling was really bad! Most of the movie was inside the G.O.R.A. prison and so it was not able to read the white subtitles on white background. A slight shadow under the text would helped a lot.

Sure this movie doesn't has the emotional deepness of for example Vizontele, but it's a funny movie and far better than some German pendants like "Traumschiff Surprise".

I don't want to loose much words about the plot itself, because other users did this already very well, but I can say, that almost EVERY minute in this movie had jokes, that were so awesome, that you were not able to NOT jump out of your seat :) Especially the scene, where arif and ceku where creating some kind of romantic atmosphere and bob marley faruk farted while he was sleeping right next to them. I know, it sound very childish, but the overall acting and the reactions from cem yilmaz were so unbelievable funny, I was not able to hold my tears from laughing. *In fact I hate fart-jokes and crappy fart-movies like "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps" and others...*

Although most of the environments were done very well, sometimes you were able to see not so well done background images and some scenes were used twice... But nothing, that would distract you from the main aspect of the movie: Making you laugh :)

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