Turkish Star Trek
Ahem. I will now quote Seanbaby, who found t his tragically so bad it's funny movie back before 2006 when he wrote for The Wave Magazine.
"By now, you’ve hopefully heard of Turkey’s proud history of stealing American films and remaking them with no money and their own unique set of production values. When they remade Superman, Superman became a homemade doll dangling on string in front of a black and white TV, and when they remade Star Wars, Luke Skywalker fought an army of Cookie Monsters on a field of trampolines. And even if you do speak Turkish, their remakes of films are confusing madness, but invariably end up being twice as entertaining as the original.
Turkish Star Trek continues this cinematic tradition. In Turkey it’s called Turist Omer Uzay Yolunda, which probably translates literally to “Tragic Mistake.” "
In the original Star Trek, Captain Kirk was all that is man. He’d tear his shirt off and fight a lizard monster from a space couch covered in green alien sluts. In Turkish Star Trek, reverse all of that. The movie starts with Kaptan Kirk practically prancing over to his chair to sit down cross-legged and daintily lisp out orders. He and the Turkish Uhura discuss something, which reminds me that I should let you know that the movie hasn’t been subtitled and I’ve never even heard of anyone who’s ever heard of anyone who speaks Turkish. However, judging by the way Kaptan Kirk is sitting, he and Uhura are discussing the useful applications of not having a penis."
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