Après le décès de son ami Ismet, Recep İvedik, inconsolable, décide d'aller aider la veuve de celui-ci. Il prend la route avec Nurullah pour effectuer le dernier contrat d'Ismet, chauffeur de bus. Alors qu'il pense que le voyage sera court, Recep découvre que la mission consiste à transporter un groupe de jeunes athlètes à l'étranger pour une compétition sportive internationale.
The film opens with a fictional depiction of a real-life incident, the "Hood event". On July 4, 2003, the Turkish soldiers believe they are having an ordinary visit from their NATO allies, but a sudden change occurs, and 11 allied Turkish special forces soldiers and 13 civilians are arrested by Colonel Sam William Marshall (Billy Zane), in the northern Iraq town of Sulaymaniyah. They are forced to wear hoods while in detention, and are released some time later.
Asim Noyan and his gang make up a rambling collective, which concerns itself with a range of criminal activity, running from car theft to fraud. An inveterate womaniser, Asim meets the failed comedian Superman impersonator Samet while fleeing from an angry husband. Desperate Samet finds himself unwittingly implicated in the life of the gang. Meanwhile Umut, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ocak, a highly literate but hard up couple, leads an altogether different life. The ways of Samet and Umut and Asim's gang clash around a stolen car.
This film is about a small unit of 40 Turkish soldiers in a remote patrol station in eastern Turkey, in a state of near certain death, during the most violent times, in the conflict between the Turkish Army and the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
Veteran homicide cop Ferman (Şener Şen) and his hot-headed partner İdris (Cem Yılmaz) team up with rookie cop and anthropology major Hasan (Okan Yalabık) to investigate the murder of a young woman. The suspects include her conservative family, who might have killed her for honor, her drug-dealing boyfriend and aged billionaire Battal (Çetin Tekindor) who had taken the victim as his second wife.
Salih et Gürkan sont deux cousins musiciens. Pour devenir des célébrités mondiales de la musique comme Tarkan, ils choisissent de jouer dans des mariages mais ils n’arrivent pas à décoller. À cause de leur malchance, ils n’ont aucun autre talent et c’est pour ça qu’ils décident d'entrer dans la mafia pour devenir célèbres. Et même là ce sont aussi des bons à rien ! On les fait continuer à jouer dans les mariages mais d'escrocs. Quand finalement ils décident de quitter la mafia, on leur propose un marché : leur mission est d'enlever le greffier qui s'avère être la personne qui a découvert Tarkan ! Ce-dernier veut aussi faire des deux cousins des célébrités. Pour quitter la mafia et pour finalement commencer à gagner de l’argent, ils vont devoir faire un choix.
Le film raconte la prise de la cité de Constantinople, capitale de l'Empire byzantin agonisant par le jeune Mehmed II. Il commence à l'époque de Mahomet. Là, Abu Ayyub al-Ansari raconte que Constantinople sera conquise par un commandant et une armée bénie.
Former sailor Fikret is having trouble settling into his new life in Istanbul and has begun to make use the local church’s facilities. When the priest Artin goes on a trip to Vatican, Fikret starts selling off the church’s cellar of expensive wines and stays in priest’s room at night. Fikret spends most of his remaining time gambling on horse races and lecturing Asim, a naïve young boy working at the car wash located next door to the church who perceives him as a surrogate as a father figure. Fikret and Asim learn of a rich widowed businesswoman, Deniz, who thinks that her sister, Selen, has had a spell put upon her and is prepared to pay anything to have it lifted. Fikret decides to go to Deniz's house disguised as a priest but gets more than he bargained for.
Aydın, a former actor, owns a mountaintop hotel in Cappadocia, as well as several properties which he rents out to local tenants. He leads a more idyllic life than most people around him in the region. Educated and wealthy, he spends his time writing columns for a local newspaper and researching the history of Turkish theater, of which he hopes to write a book someday.
The story opens as Shero the bad cat, Rıza the rat and Rıfkı the seagull are getting ready for a barbeque night. This usual looking day will prove otherwise as Shero inadvertently causes the death of a likely lover, gets chased to death by his antagonists, falls in love and finds out that he is father to a son, only to disown him. Little surprise that all these small mishaps upset the great plans for the night.
The film is set in Ottoman-ruled Egypt in the 19th century. Two noble families are fighting for a lucrative parcel of land called the Green Valley. One family, led by Lütfü (Şener Şen) after his father becomes insane after receiving a harsh blow at the head, fears that they are falling behind in the bidding after the local governor's daughter (Müjde Ar) chooses to wed someone from the rival family, so they get their butler, Şaban (Kemal Sunal), to pretend to be the general-governor Tosun Paşa and turn the tide. Şaban, acting as Tosun Paşa tries to influence the governor into giving the Green Valley to Lütfü's family and have his daughter, Leyla, marry Lütfü. However, after seeing Leyla for the first time Şaban tries to woo Leyla, and after a quarrel with Lütfü, it is agreed that Lütfü keeps the Green Valley and Şaban gets Leyla. Meanwhile, the real Tosun Paşa arrives disguised as his brother Ibrahim Paşa to find out why someone has usurped his name. When all is discovered at the wedding, there is a large and iconic fight between the rival families, guests, and locals.
Through the night, three cars carry a small group of men – police officers, a doctor, a prosecutor, grave diggers, gendarmerie forces, and two brothers, homicide suspects – around in the rural surroundings of the Anatolian town Keskin, in search of a buried body. Kenan, one of the suspects, leads them from one water fountain to another; at the time of the crime he was drunk and he cannot recall where he and his mentally challenged brother buried the body. The darkness and visual indistinctness of the landscape do not help; each spot looks the same as the others.