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    Default Reservoir Dogs(and other Tarantino movies)

    This should be fun.


    Here's what I think:

    Mr.White(Keitel)----------ENFJ
    Mr.Pink(Buscemi)---------ENXP
    Mr.Blonde(Madsen)-------ISTP
    Eddie(Penn)--------------ESTP
    Mr.Orange(Roth)----------IXFX

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    I always took Tim Roth to be ISTP (man, he was so hot....)

    As much as I'd like to claim the coolness of Harvey for the ENFJ camp, I'd say ISTJ. Totally agree with your call on Chris Penn.
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    I simply can't believe I STILL haven't seen this film and Pulp Fiction is like a favorite of mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I always took Tim Roth to be ISTP (man, he was so hot....)

    As much as I'd like to claim the coolness of Harvey for the ENFJ camp, I'd say ISTJ. Totally agree with your call on Chris Penn.
    Hmm..He is definitely seems like an I. It could be him actually being an I, or just being quiet out of saying something to expose himself.

    But no, Mr.White an ISTJ? No way. He is definitely an F of some kind. Im going to watch the movie over again and see if I get anything else. Though Im really starting to think SF.

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    Let me know what your research reveals, Professor Sling.

    I watched that movie ONE TIME way back when it first came out for the sake of my Tim Roth crush, but WHOA. Blood-eeeeee. Never again. I'm too sensitive to that kinda gore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    I simply can't believe I STILL haven't seen this film and Pulp Fiction is like a favorite of mine.
    Gosh! You haven’t lived!


    I'd say Mr Orange was definitely a SP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I always took Tim Roth to be ISTP (man, he was so hot....)
    And then I remember him in Rob Roy, bragging, "Love is a dung hill, Betty, and I am but a cock that climbs upon it to crow!"



    As much as I'd like to claim the coolness of Harvey for the ENFJ camp, I'd say ISTJ. Totally agree with your call on Chris Penn.
    That is scary.
    As soon as I read it, I was like, uh huh.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    I simply can't believe I STILL haven't seen this film and Pulp Fiction is like a favorite of mine.
    Oh, dude, you lost the beat.

    You've seen Kill Bill, I'll assume at least that much?
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