Two space cadets crash-land on a desert planet, where an evil wizard seeks the ultimate power to take over the world. Although the movie borrows some background footage from Star Wars, the plot is mostly unrelated.
Two rebels battle an evil king in a fantasy medieval Turkish kingdom. Identifying tattoos, galley slavery, stoning, beheadings, sword fights abound. A disneyesque fantasy history yarn, except for the rather extreme violence.
The German professor tries out his time machine in Turkey. Everybody is after this new invention - Superman Detective Murat, his cheating colleagues Atak and Matrak as well as the mob ... See full summary »
Byzantine Prince kills Kara Murat's father and kidnaps his brother to raise him as the Black Knight to fight against Turks. Years later, Kara Murat has to face the notorious enemy in a mission to save abducted Karaca Pasha of Rumelia.
Karkavan Film, specialized in distributing films to the Turkish population in West Germany, distributed the movie there in 25-09-1985; the film was indexed by the BPjM, that is, considered dangerous to minors for its representation of violence under paragraph 131 of the Penal Code, and thus its advertising and distribution became virtually impossible. On September 25, 1989, the film was confiscated by the authorities. As of November 30, 2010, under new regulation of Germany's BPjM, the film is classified as B, meaning the BPjM believes that film violates criminal law for violence representation and is very harmful to young people. Meanwhile, in Turkey, the film was shown in a channel television station, Flash TV (2005) with several minutes less and different editing, and is said to have or two releases in DVD. See more »
The original version starts with the credits over a day light sequence of police cars driving to the Londra Building and TIR parking, where a long fight develops. The video version (later released to channel TV) opens a night sequence of a car chase and delayed and slightly different credits; it is also shorter by 6 minutes and has a different editing of several scenes. See more »
Forget the plot. Simply put this is one of the greatest, most action packed movies ever made, even if it only cost two bucks to make
In English this film is called The Biggest Fist.
What can I say about a movie that lifts its action scenes from mis-matched American movies (They flipped sequences from Diamonds are Forever so the words are backwards, use the chase from Goldfinger, and I'm trying to figure out where the motorcycle sequences come from), has the car the hero drives change repeated through out a sequence, only pauses for two minutes at a time for drinks (no really), has a sveltely pre-Xena wanna be in spandex as the kick ass heroine, has a beauty contest in the middle of it for no reason, a cat-fight for the affections of the hero- during which he sits and reads the paper, has more martial arts action then any ten Hong Kong films, loses its logic half way in- but keeps going,had bad visual effects (except for those it stole) and is in Turkish with no subtitles? The only thing to say is five stars, ten out of ten, one of the best schlock action films ever made.Pure dreck but worth three bags of popcorn and two gallons of soda. This is pure devil may care/ lets make a movie no matter how we have to get the footage cinema which was some how released to paying customer-albeit in Turkey. Amazing, absolutely amazing...and really watchable even if you have no idea what they're saying or doing or why(Maybe its better that way).
If you can go with the badness and surf it, this is one of the great cinema treasures of action chiefdom. A movie to hunt down and enjoy repeatedly
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