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    Default Make a movie recomendation based on type

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    For: ISTP/ISTJ/ESTP

    'The Mechanic', 1972

    Action. Charles Bronson. Motorcycle chases and mayhem, intermixed with discussions about the law, the rules, and authority. Protagonists seem to be ISTX & ESTP.

    quote(s) that shows why this movie is a good choice for the chosen type(s):

    - There isn't any dialogue for the first 16 minutes.

    A: You say you can dig it. But, the fact is that you don't know what you're talking about.
    S: You do?
    A: Do I?
    S: Interesting. When he's cornered, he answers questions with questions.
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    fail?

    *cough**top-post**cough**cough*
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    For INFP who liked Bronte, Poe, Wilkie Collins and/or Dickens:


    There's a movie from the late 90s called Firelight oh my goodness. Dickens era story filled with much hot, hot sexy sex. If you liked Bronte and Dickens but wished they were sexier, this is for you.

    Posession: It's got Victorian Poets, libraries, old books, an old house haunted by secrets and romantic sex scenes.

    Girl with Pearl Earring: It's just too beautiful and deep for words. All the under the surface tension.

    The Black Velvet Gown Intellectual girl with guts fighting in a Victorian servant's world where she isn't supposed to know how to read, finds love and meaning in life.

    Snow Falling on Cedars is post world war II but a great movie about doing the right thing even against your own heart.

    For INFP with grittier side:

    From Hell with Johnny Depp: Good and Evil, Good guy who has trouble with shadow side fighting really evil guys, Victorian England, devil worshiping conspricacy, haunting love, Johnny Depp, what's not to like?

    Basil Victorian INFP protagonist pitted against stern STJ father who pays bitterly for his father's sins and his own youthful passions. Such devious, evil antogonist in this story too. I just loved it.

    I really liked Mary Reilly, although my ESTJ relative said it was worst movie ever and my husband thinks it is too dark. Another Victorian movie about good vs. evil.

    I loved Black Robe and no one else I know likes this movie, people find it dark and disturbing, but I find it moving. It's a story about the 1600s and the Canadian wilderness. Man against the elements and himself.

    The Snow Walker is also a good movie.

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    INTJ - Nothing from the library. We can fix almost anything except for scratches.

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    INFP = Crash.

    I hate that movie. Haaaate. And I know 2 INFPs who love it. The INFP idiots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    INFP = Crash.

    I hate that movie. Haaaate. And I know 2 INFPs who love it. The INFP idiots.
    I didn't like Crash. I've seen worse, but I wouldn't see it again.

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    Oh thank you for posting, Heart. That gives me some hope. That movie makes me want to punch everyone involved in it, plsu the ones who actually liked it. THAT MOVIE SUCKED! GAAAAHHH!!!

    *is enraged*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    Oh thank you for posting, Heart. That gives me some hope. That movie makes me want to punch everyone involved in it, plsu the ones who actually liked it. THAT MOVIE SUCKED! GAAAAHHH!!!

    *is enraged*
    I can't remember that much about it, but I remember we saw it at the theater and I definately felt afterwards that it wasn't worth the cost of the tickets or the time wasted on it. If it came on while I was folding clothes I might glance at it once or twice.

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    If it came on while I was folding clothes I might glance at it once or twice.
    That's probably because you're a calm, balanced person. I'd have to turn it off, lest I tear the laundry into shreds in a blind rage.

    On topic, I'll say Heat for ENTJs. I LOVE that movie. And I *goddamned* love DeNiro and his ultra organizational abilities. That guy knows how to make a plan. Well, before he lets his feelings get in the way.
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    Crash was a terrible movie imo.
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