MerySheeran

I'm Mery, I'm 24, and my grandma says I watch too many films.

Favorite films

  • Crash
  • Bleed for This
  • Blade Runner
  • Welcome to the Dollhouse

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  • Polyester

  • Romy and Michele's High School Reunion

    ★★★

  • Eternals

    ★★★

  • Mission: Impossible

    ★★★

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  • Fritz the Cat

    Fritz the Cat

    ★★★

    Is it just me or Fritz the Cat is basically a Jack Kerouac wannabe? He is like a satiric depiction of a horny empty-headed "beatnik".
    As we follow him through his adventure and he encounters several characters and scenarios, at some point, you have to wonder: Is this trying to do some commentary on something? 'Cause, apparently, I'm not in on that joke. I don't think there's anything wrong with a film that never takes itself seriously, it's fine by…

  • Showgirls

    Showgirls

    ★★½

    I wanted to watch Showgirls for a long time, I've heard people talking about it A LOT (mostly on Drag Race) so I thought this was legit a "great film". Then I realised it was mostly kinda cult "so bad it's good" stuff, and I wanted to watch it even more.
    What does it say about me that I don't think this is SO BAD? I'm living for the costumes and fashion!
    Campy and colourful at its best and sexy…

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  • Waves '98

    Waves '98

    ★★★½

    Beautiful use of animation.
    This short film manages to transport you from the isolation of urban landscapes into the depths of a sort of psychedelic nostalgic daydream. Not too sad yet not too happy, I loved it.

  • Bottle Rocket

    Bottle Rocket

    Wes Anderson's man-child is weird, awkward, messy, funny, comes only in all pastel colours and it's the only man-child I ever want to see! He's also exactly like this film.
    I loved seeing how a director with such a defined and specific style started out. This was a solid foundation for what came later on. I mean, while I adore Wes Anderson's super-stylized films now, I still loved watching this earlier "draft" cinematography. I could clearly see the colour palettes,…