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CQ is a stylish and fun homage to campy 1960s flicks.
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A film that is visually compelling and highly entertaining in an in-jokey sort of way.
Coppola's observational and satirical skills are impressive.
It's not much of anything, apart from eye candy.
CQ has a modicum of IQ and a dash of style.
A charming, spirited movie for cinephiles, or those who aspire to be.
A stylistic romp that's always fun to watch.
Coppola and his production team have taken meticulous care to faithfully copy the costumes, production designs, peek-a-boo sexiness and budget-crunched special effects of their source material.
Coppola gives CQ a sense of style and humor that makes the navel-gazing bearable.
There's nothing much to the film besides its pretty-coolness. Fundamentally it goes nowhere and says nothing.
Funny to me, but maybe not for everyone. Hell, I don't care, you're either in the category of the type of person who will like this or you're not. The choice is yours, but anyone pre-disposed to like this type of film will be happy they took the trip.
An attention arousing entree
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"What is Real? What is Art? What is...the End?"
A young filmmaker in 1960s Paris juggles directing a cheesy sci-fi debacle, directing his own personal art film, coping with his crumbling relationship with his girlfriend, and a new-found infatuation with the sci-fi film's starlet.
A visually stunnig (2002) film that takes place in Italy in 1969, whose plot revolves around the making of a Sci-Fi film meant to take place in the far-off and distant future of the year 2000.
It is also a look at the inner workings of the film industry and the struggle of one editor turned director, to create a career making film while not allowing his obsession with that films star (Dragonfly) ruin his relationship with his (Real Life) girlfriend who also happens to be the star of HIS own side project which is based on his personal life.
While the story is a bit convoluted at times...there is enough here (especially visually) to keep fans of film interested (especially fans of Sci-Fi and/or Italian cinema).
And (call me crazy) but I would REALLY like to see the finished Sci-Fi film: "Codename Dragonfly" (think Barbarella meets Austin Powers) in it's entirety. Perhaps as an 'extra' on the DVD?
Would be interesting if anything actually happened.
Visually great but lacking in story.
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