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    He touches his nose when he talks.
    INTPs don't do this.

    ...Compelling enough for ya?

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    Things will never be the same...

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    Gary Oldman: INFJ 3w4 Sp/Sx
    Anne Hathaway: ESFJ 6w7 So/Sx
    Morgan Freeman: ENFJ
    Christian Bale: ISTP 3w4 Sp/Sx
    EsTP 6w7 Sx/Sp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck_of_Death View Post
    He touches his nose when he talks.
    INTPs don't do this.

    ...Compelling enough for ya?
    *sits here reading, ironically with her hand on her nose*

    Darnit.
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    Heath Ledger regrets not being responsible for sending dozens of on-screen football players several miles underground.

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    Is the movie good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Is this about thei roles? Haven't seen the movie.

    But if it's about the actor, I definately think Morgan Freeman is sx/so or so/sx. And I've always seen him more as an ENTJ, but I'm not too sure on that, I haven't seen him much outside of his roles.
    Based on the thread title and the fact that he included Nolan, I'd guess it's about the actors.

    Though four of the six characters played by the listed actors have been in the previous films anyways.
    Does he want a pillow for his head?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Hmm I dont know, I found Inception to be far too structured for a true representation of dreams and how they actually are. Then again....maybe a structuring of the irrational is part of Ni.
    It kind of had to be, though, since it's a movie. Otherwise people would just be like "wtf did I just watch and why did I pay to watch it?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bored View Post
    It kind of had to be, though, since it's a movie. Otherwise people would just be like "wtf did I just watch and why did I pay to watch it?"
    A lot of people I know who watched it thought that anyway, such as my dad lol, when my brother was insistant he should watch it. It was actually quite a funny exchange that happened between them afterwards....maybe ill recount it one day.

    Although I understand what you mean as id already thought of it like that. But the narrative structure of the film need not be undermined by making the dreams a bit more dream like, unfortunately I suspect Nolan was clever enough to create something that the majority would look at and go "hmm thats a bit different" without going too far into wacky land.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_Sticks View Post
    Is the movie good?
    Nay

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