While some say that Turkish cinema isn't anywhere near as good as its heyday in the 70s, movies like Gorumce are a great treat! A fun comedy all round, this is exaggerated, for sure, but has entertaining characters, amusing setpieces, and well executed dramatic moments (overdramatic in the way only Turks can be). The movie is brisk and never boring, and the bouncy score is great. The actors all do well, with the MVP being star/writer Gupse Ozay. Her over-the-top acting style isn't to everyone's tastes, but I really enjoy it, and she really succeeds at morphing herself into a new character in every new movie, like a Turkish Peter Sellers. Here she plays an overprotective and very plastic sister, insanely jealous that her younger brother has found a new girlfriend and gotten engaged. The movie consists of her various ploys to split them up, or ruin the fiancee's career, escalating as the story goes on... If you're looking for a neat Turkish comedy, this is a great one to check out.