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    Default movies INTP's enjoy

    Hi Everyone,

    I'm fairly new and wanted to share a movie I thought INTP's would find very interesting.

    It's "Frost Nixon" and requires a bit of concentration for the viewer to understand all the body language and psychological catches throughout the film.

    I'm curious, what other movies would you say INTP's find interesting and enjoyable?

    Cordially,

    Marco Fernando

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    A Clockwork Orange
    Requiem to a Dream (the story is admittedly a bit NFish but the direction and cinamtography is NP bait)
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    A Clockwork Orange
    /any Stanley Kubrick film

    Requiem to a Dream (the story is admittedly a bit NFish but the direction and cinamtography is NP bait)
    Requiem FOR A Dream.

    To add to the list:
    The Royal Tenenbaums
    A Beautiful Mind
    The Shawshank Redemption

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    Aside from obvious grand spectacle movies, like gladiator, transformers and stuff.

    I must say I quite enjoyed having seen "A Man from Earth.". It's a low budget dialog movie.

    More titles might pop into my head, but there aren't many movies that truely stimulate me on an intellectual level.

    Luckily for me, I also enjoy the standard action movie with lots of explosions.
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    I basically gave up on movies and switched to documentaries. I just find documentaries a lot more engaging than movies.

    Top Documentary Films - Watch Free Documentaries Online

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    Quote Originally Posted by durentu View Post
    I basically gave up on movies and switched to documentaries. I just find documentaries a lot more engaging than movies.

    Top Documentary Films - Watch Free Documentaries Online
    I prefer documentaries over most other genre's. Thanks for sharing the list.

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    I've enjoyed every movie that's been listed... thoroughly, though Requiem isn't what you'd call an enjoyable movie, I guess.

    And, metaphours, hahahahahhaa, my dad was an INTP and he, hands down, felt/believed Kubrick to be the best director of our times.

    He was very disappointed with Eyes Wide Shut, but due to Kubricks' death, my dad chalked its terribleness down to the fact that Kubrick wasn't done with the film, because apparently he was a perfectionist, through and through.

    My dad wasn't a huge movie buff, but he liked Almadovar (sp?), too.

    Also, he was quite fond of an early Kubrick movie called The Killing?

    I've never seen it nor heard of it, have any of you?

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    The Killing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Interesting, it was his second film.

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    ^The Killing was a solid movie
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    Seven Samurai anything by akira kurosawa basically
    Zelig
    Clerks
    Monty python and the holy grail
    pulp fiction

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