Also known as Turkish Star Wars, this movie is unique among other ripoffs in that it literally does rip off Star Wars. Instead of coming up with their own special effects, the filmmakers just lifted footage straight from A New Hope and plopped it into the movie. The Death Star, Millennium Falcon, X-wings, TIE Fighters, and the Mos Eisley cantina all show up. Oddly, that isn't the craziest thing about the movie.
Turkish Star Wars is like watching somebody else's daydreams. It starts with two "totally-not-TIE Fighter" pilots, Murat and Ali, crashing on a desert planet during a space battle. Past that, there isn't any hope following the plot. It's incomprehensible, but here are some highlights: while wandering around looking for help, Ali whistles to call attractive women and instead attracts an army of skeletons. Murat and Ali fight in a hilariously low-budget gladiatorial arena. There is a shield made of human brains. Murat karate chops a man in half. A love story is completely told with long, silent stares. Somewhere along the way, a story happens. We just don't know where.
When the movie came out, Fox was evidently so stumped by it that they didn't even try to sue. The reels were lost, but later restored and the movie ended up on YouTube. Hilariously, Lucasfilm still hasn't taken action. It's so bad they don't even view it as threat to their revenue.