Tatli Seyler

Tatli Seyler

Tatli Seyler is a movie starring Sevil Aki, Baris Atas, and Özge Bent. Two fashionable friends; they find a bag full of money with a cute baby in their car. From this moment onwards, the journey will change along with the baby's...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Comedy
Actors
Sevil Aki, Özge Bent, Baris Atas, Dogukan Cantimur
Director
Ugur Uludag
Writer
Ugur Uludag
Country
Turkey
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about comedy «Tatli Seyler» (116)

Jennifer Matthews avatar
Jennifer Matthews

Two fashionable friends; they find a bag full of money with a cute baby in their car. From this moment onwards, the journey will change along with the baby's family as well as the mafia chasing them. "Sweet Things" full of surprises attract audiences into a funny, exciting and emotional way of telling.

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Laura S.

I continue to be blown away at how fantastic this film is. It is executed with extreme precision. Every aspect of the film, all the way from visuals to the character development, is masterful.

Andrea C. avatar
Andrea C.

Such a great comedy movie!!

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Larry Larson

I really enjoyed the movie, it was just being what I expected.

Amanda avatar
Amanda

Dazzlingly brilliant! Just Check it out! I have to say that this is an extremely well-made film I really like.

Kathleen avatar
Kathleen

This was special! Director Ugur Uludag and his crew have crafted a beautiful looking film.

Jennifer avatar
Jennifer

I loved this movie and I really would love to see a sequel or a show based on this new storyline. The casting for the characters is great and all of the characters portray their characters really well. Dogukan Cantimur and Özge Bent give memorable performances

Katherine avatar
Katherine

Very good. Must see if you like Comedy.

Judy G. avatar
Judy G.

Ugur Uludag has made a great movie. Gorgeous scenery, great film!