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    What type do you believe Tim Burton's Alice is and what type is Alice in the books?

    I believe she's an extrovert. I want to say either Ni or Ne... but then again, Si or Se may be more fitting... just in the way she has a hard time understanding some of the concepts of the caterpillar and the mad hatter, etc.

    I want to say the story itself is very ENTP, or rather Louis Carroll is an ENTP.

    (And before anyone gives me crap about typing characters, this is all just in good fun. :steam:)
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    Alice seems ENTP, maybe iNTP, in the movie. I used to think NF but I agree with people that she remained really skeptical throughout the movie. I think she was an NF child but people around her kind of verbally beat it out of her. Like Jane Eyre was an INFP but became more of a infj to survive what was thrown at her.

    I agree with most people that Hatter was an esfp. I think the White Queen was infj or infp.

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    I need a pig here.



    I have no idea what type is Alice, possibly NTP.

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    Haha. Yeah, I was falling asleep while watching it last night. I think that Tim Burton's Alice is more imaginative than the book character? But it's been a while since I've read it, so I could be wrong.
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    I have to say i was rather disappointed with Tim Burton's take on the story, especially as i love both Tim Burton and Alice in Wonderland. I feel as though he leaned too much on the visual aspects of the film. I would need to watch it again to take a shot at typing the characters...but nothing really compels me to do so. *sad*
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    I mostly agree, but I fail to see anything about Tim Burton's Alice that is extraverted.

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    She just seemed a bit outspoken. Don't you think?
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    Burton's Alice is kind of veering between INTP and INFP imo. I don't think outspoken-ness has anything to do with extroversion. Extroverts just think out loud more/feed off the surroundings/happenings, desire some kind of inclusion, etc, etc.. Slight difference than being outspoken (I mean, both I and E have their own way about it). Out of Burton's characters, Jack Skellington or Beetlejuice might be ENTP though (maybe Beetlejuice was ESTP.. not sure. Heh).

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    Tim Burton's Alice as an Introvert for sure..
    Jack Skellington i would think to be one of the Idealist types
    Beetlejuice (my favorite of all his characters!)... probably ESTP?
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