I-don't-know-how-many years into the future: Earth has been overcome by
peace, and the planet is now protected against all alien attacks by a
force field powered by human brain power - and of course by any number of
fighter spaceships that seem to come right out of Star Wars (and in
fact they do).
Murat (Cüneyt Arkin) and Ali (Aytekin Akkaya) are two of
earth's most accomplished fighter pilots, but in their battle against the
evil Wizard's forces, they both crashland on a wandering planet, actually
the homeplanet of earth's 13th tribe, which the Wizard has made his home
Upon learning that there are two earthling's on his planet, the
Wizard will stop at nothing to get his hands on them, first and foremost
because he needs an earthling's brain to overcome earth's brain-powered
forcefield, and thus he sends his robots and monsters after Murat and Ali
... but they are nothing if not fighters and do frequently rip his
monsters apart and the like. Plus, they are helped by the enslaved human
population (the 13th tribe of course).
Still, ultimately the Wizard
gets his hands on Ali, clones his brain and brainwashes him to go against
Murat. But Murat gets a magic sword to fight the Wizard with and enhances
the fighting power of his hands by adding an extra iron layer to them (as
he literally bathes them in hot molten iron) - and thus everything leads
to a big finale, in which Ali is allowed to die a hero's death while Murat
ultimately cuts the Wizard in half ...
What a great movie - in
a totally trashy way of course. While the filmmakers have borrowed all the
outer space effect sequences from Star Wars - but incorporated them
into this movie in a totally non-sensical way -, the main part of the film
is made up of the fights of our heroes against robots that look like big
toys blown to human size and wacky monsters that look like characters from
Sesame Street and that our heroes have no problems to
disassemble in some (unintentionally) hilarious scenes. Believe me, the
film might be stupid as hell, but it has to be seen for its fight scenes
alone (which make up most of it anyways).
In one word, a great film (if
great for all the wrong reasons).