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    Dominant intuitionists: Kung Fu Hustle.
    This is an interesting, well filmed, and truly bizarre movie that you probably won't like if you're an SJ.
    YouTube - Kung Fu Hustle Part 1 (chinese dub, english subtitles)

    if you have not seen this movie, watch the first five or six minutes- the opening scene. Very cool flick with a great opening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    This is one of my favorite movies of all time. So, so good.
    It was made by college guys, filmed at a very nearby house that they rented out :P, not really relevant. [Primer]

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    I like a lot of NF and INTJ type films, it seems
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    NFs: Before Sunrise, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Good Will Hunting, Alfonso Cuaron's Great Expectations and A Little Princess, Pan's Labrynth
    NTs: Fargo (any Coen brothers movie, really), the first Matrix movie
    Don't like Matrix but like most Coen bro's stuff I've seen, esp. Fargo.


    Quote Originally Posted by ed111 View Post
    For INTJs:
    Also Taxi Driver with Robert DiNiro as Travis Bickel (not sure of spelling) is supposedly an INTJ gone badly wrong..
    Loved it!

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    Some of my (NT?) favs:

    Trainspotting
    Donnie Darko
    share these INTJ (?) likes.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    I'm willing bet every NF would enjoy Oldboy..
    The scenes that were supposed to be disgusting didn't turn my stomach that much, but I could see it disturbing gentler varieties of NFs.

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    Originally Posted by Sytpg
    I'm willing bet every NF would enjoy Oldboy..

    I was going to recommend that for NF's too, it's what got my mind on Asian films. There is another movie by the same director, I believe his name is Chan Woo Park, called "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance" It's hard-hitting like Oldboy but slower and heavier. I would recommend it to the fans of oldboy who didn't like the movie just for that awesome Hammer Fight Scene.

    Edit: OH! and another NF movie-V for Vendetta.

    And a great INTP film: Into the Wild

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentura View Post
    NF: the machinist
    Great movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Into It View Post
    Originally Posted by Sytpg
    I'm willing bet every NF would enjoy Oldboy..

    I was going to recommend that for NF's too, it's what got my mind on Asian films. There is another movie by the same director, I believe his name is Chan Woo Park, called "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance" It's hard-hitting like Oldboy but slower and heavier. I would recommend it to the fans of oldboy who didn't like the movie just for that awesome Hammer Fight Scene.

    Edit: OH! and another NF movie-V for Vendetta.

    And a great INTP film: Into the Wild
    Yeah, there's yet another movie by Chan Woo Park called "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" which is also very good. They are part of a "trilogy" of sorts which main theme is vengeance.

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