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    STJ movies:

    The Seven Samurai
    Yojimbo
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    The American President
    Pretty much any inspirational sports movie (e.g. Hoosiers, Remember the Titans)
    Pretty much any idealistic courtroom drama (e.g. The Verdict, A Few Good Men)
    Pretty much any movie with "codes of honor" and/or glorified loyalty playing a role (e.g. The Godfather Trilogy)
    Any/all Frank Capra movies
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    Pretty much any inspirational sports movie (e.g. Hoosiers, Remember the Titans)
    Aah, I forgot to include this on my list. I love inspirational sports movies too!
    After all,
    you're my wonderwall...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AutumnReverie View Post
    Aah, I forgot to include this on my list. I love inspirational sports movies too!
    Does The Mighty Ducks trilogy count?


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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    Does The Mighty Ducks trilogy count?
    YES! I used to love the Mighty Ducks movies...and I still love them. I'm not even embarrassed to admit it.
    After all,
    you're my wonderwall...

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    My ISTJ dad worships old westerns. Anything where the world is falling apart due to modern greed, lawlessness, and someone needs to come in and restore order, that's pretty much his thing. Or anything with a moral. The community working together in an inspiring way- that, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambchop View Post
    I'm confused, do you mean movies that SJs like? Or movies with characters or plot that are SJish?
    Thes movies are xSFJish because they principally talk about socials norms, socials skills, social life, and mainstream lifestyle, with an underlying Ne (because they are comedies) and an underlying Ti with some sort of criticism and sarcasm. Elsewher, I believe that the main character of both movies are xSFJ.

    By the way, the hero of that movie is an ISTJ, and the heroin is ESFP : [Youtube=8nLwCOWly1k]The girl Next Door (Trailer)[/youtube]
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    Edward Norton in Fight Club is SJ?

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    An unhealthy ISFJ, totally.
    And Tyler Durden is an ESTP, of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    An unhealthy ISFJ, totally.
    And Tyler Durden is an ESTP, of course.
    Yeah I can totally relate to him. More so toward the middle of the movie after he starts letting go.

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    Just watched "Gentleman Prefer Blondes". It seemed pretty SJ.

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