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    I like all sorts of movies: action, fantasy, foreign, independent, even old hitchcock movies. I am not picky at all. Even super cheesy Giant Octopus vs. Giant Shark was fun because we all made fun of it the entire time. It's all about the broom closet. I even like A Walk to Remember. The only type I won't spend money on are romantic comedies. But, if someone wants to spend time with me and watch one of those, I will. Anyway. Point is that I don't think movies can be picked based on a personality type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonflower View Post
    Funny. My friend who I highly suspect is ISTP says that exact same thing or complains about sappiness to just about everything I put on to watch by myself while he's also in the room.
    ...says the girl with a my little pony avatar? Just sayin'......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonflower View Post
    I tend to like:
    -soft, emotional music which reminds me of feelings I've experienced
    -stories which revolve around human relations; romance, deep friends, and the power of love
    -soap opera-type dramas where the situations and relationships are actually realistic
    -material which has me constantly thinking about the world around me
    -I don't always need logic in the situations, since the one thing I do need is to relate to it
    -slow-pace

    ESFP, ESTP, ISTP friends like:
    -any music with a beat
    'Save the last dance' incorporates the bolded.

    I'm pretty openminded as long as it's not Pokemon. Phineas and Ferb is the perfect hangover cure. I'm easy to please if no horror is involved.

    As someone else mentioned .. You can't beat a good comedy. Laughter is universal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainofdew View Post
    I like all sorts of movies: action, fantasy, foreign, independent, even old hitchcock movies. I am not picky at all. Even super cheesy Giant Octopus vs. Giant Shark was fun because we all made fun of it the entire time. It's all about the broom closet. I even like A Walk to Remember. The only type I won't spend money on are romantic comedies. But, if someone wants to spend time with me and watch one of those, I will. Anyway. Point is that I don't think movies can be picked based on a personality type.
    Try this! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Los...ton_of_Cadavra

    One of my friends found in when we were in college. A scientist who studies science! I think I saw it 3 different times and we made soooo much fun of it! I couldn't watch it after that tho. Only so much tolerance for crappy everything in a movie.

    Ranger Brad: Lissen. I don't wanna frighten you folks but a farmer nearby was horribly mutilated, and I thought I should tell other folks, folks like yourselves, so that maybe... just maybe, you wouldn't be horribly mutilated, too.
    Betty Armstrong: Well, I've certainly never been horribly mutilated, but I don't wanna start now. Thank you!


    As for the OP, I'd say find something else to do. Go play at a park, hiking, play board games. Oh! Or watch a movie that everyone likes (say The Princess Bride?!) and make it a drinking game
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