i saw it on premiere night. i'm not going to type the characters because they simply don't interest me enough. it doesn't seem like they were the focus of the movie; and as i haven't read the book, i don't think i could give off proper analysis of them.
i hunt INXPs for bounty
FUNCTION ORDER FOR THOSE THAT CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHAT ENXP MEANS: Ne > Ni > Fi=Ti > *
I read the book last fall/late summer, and it was brilliant. Not saying I necessarily believe all of it, but the speculation is genius. I loved it more than the DaVinci Code, which I've also read.
I haven't seen the movie yet, but I should be getting around to it as soon as I have some time on my hands. From the book, alone, Langdon strikes me as an INTP, no doubt. I don't know about the movie, as Tom Hanks' personality will probably seep through and I don't think he's an INTP.
Vittoria: strikes me as an ENFP
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?
No I haven't, and I have no real intention of doing so. The Da Vinci Code was utter garbage, and I'm quite surprised so much controversy was stirred up over it.
To all Christians who were concerned about the film: if anyone is so weak in their faith that this piece of crap could cause doubt in them, well then we're probably better off without them.
Yeah it's as realistic as a cartoon, but the stories are entertaining. The movie version of da vinci code was crap, though the book was good imo. The reason i saw A&D was because I tend to like the movies of Hanks and McGregor.
That being said, A&D is markedly less anti-christian then the da vinci code.
I saw it on Sunday! It was entertaining (but not really a movie that would make any sense on rewatch). But most effective antagonist (the hitman) I've seen in forever. The poor cops were dropping like flies! But seriously, least logical evil plan ever. What? The Carmelengo planned all along that Robert Langdon would find the antimatter just in time for him to do a magnificent helicopter rescue (and planned that he would survive the parachute antics?... and that he was gonna brand himself and blame it on... someone who just jumped out the window?). Movie would've been awesomer if the Carmelengo *was* Illuminati and had to reveal himself to help stop the "bomb". See, that sort of makes sense. But I did appreciate that his speech about how a bunch of old guys cloistered in their little bubble are just the "common folk" was undone by how crazy he was.
And where was the clue-following? Langdon was hardly a presence in a movie where he was the main character. No one to root for.
I've seen both movies and books and Angels and Demons is the better of both.
Movie was really good (worth seeing unlike the other) and the books insanely good.
Da Vince Code is a good read as well though the movie sucked. Never seen why it caused so much fuss though as none of it actually seemed to completely contradict part of the bible just add to it.
Robert Langdon Is either an INTP or an INFJ. Clearly good Ti and strong intuition. Guessing by his hopelessness with female characters and his love of knowledge and the sheer amount he knows.
Not sure bout other characters as i ain't read the books for a year or so.
"I'd never die for my beliefs, I might be wrong"
"Is it not enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe there are fairys at the bottom of it too"
"Intelligence is being able to hold too opposing views in the mind at the one time without going crazy" - Now all I need to figure out is if I'm intelligent or crazy!