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    Quote Originally Posted by SD45T-2 View Post
    I thought Chuck Palahniuk was ENTP.
    Chuck Palahniuk might be ENTP. But his story is more Se/Ni. His character Tyler Durden is very ESTP.

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    TV Shows - My favorite show of all time is probably Six Feet Under. Rich, meaningful, real character development, emotions, complexities. I loved Felicity for the same reason. I suppose Lost fits in there as well, but it also has the epic fantastical storyline, more the sci-fi suspense element that I like a lot as well.

    I don't watch a lot of tv (haven't even had cable for 5 yrs or so), so now it's just watching older series that I never previously saw. I LOVE Farscape - great character development, really good sci-fi, has the action/suspense element as well. I also have recently started watching the old Arrested Development series and its comedy is right up my alley.

    Movies - I like a lot, and can appreciate a lot for different reasons. Then ofc there are a lot out there that are 'meh'. Some of the ones I have really liked are The English Patient, Apocaplyse Now, 12 Monkeys, The Motorcycle Diaries, Lost in Translation, the LOTR series, Amadeus, The Black Swan. For example. I think the movies I really like have what I consider good cinematography, often take place in other countries or other worlds (think it pulls at my craving for new experiences /the broader world out there, and I get an itch to go to those places - the 'life is out there to live' feeling), if they are dramas, they have more poignant character relationships (and I think most of the movies I've listed touch on deeper emotions and the human condition, and questioning that comes with that), and it appears the majority of the movies I've listed have strong music scores. Not kidding - music adds to movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    I think the movies I really like have what I consider good cinematography, often take place in other countries or other worlds (think it pulls at my craving for new experiences /the broader world out there, and I get an itch to go to those places - the 'life is out there to live' feeling), if they are dramas, they have more poignant character relationships (and I think most of the movies I've listed touch on deeper emotions and the human condition, and questioning that comes with that), and it appears the majority of the movies I've listed have strong music scores. Not kidding - music adds to movies.
    Totally feel that. I like being pulled to different places. And a great musical score only intensifies the emotions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    I think the movies I really like have what I consider good cinematography, often take place in other countries or other worlds (think it pulls at my craving for new experiences /the broader world out there, and I get an itch to go to those places - the 'life is out there to live' feeling), if they are dramas, they have more poignant character relationships (and I think most of the movies I've listed touch on deeper emotions and the human condition, and questioning that comes with that), and it appears the majority of the movies I've listed have strong music scores. Not kidding - music adds to movies.
    Totally feel that. I like being pulled to different places. And a great musical score only intensifies the emotions.
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    Books: American Top 40 - Countdown of the Century; Swing Your Sword; Please Understand Me II

    Movies: Airplane!; The Last Starfighter; Wreck-it Ralph; 50 First Dates; The Truman Show; Finding Nemo; Austin Powers; The Secret of NIMH; The Shawshank Redemption; Speed; The Neverending Story; Bruce Almighty; Paul Blart: Mall Cop; Field of Dreams, The Yes Man, Wreck-it-Ralph, Bikini Carwash Company, etc...

    TV shows: The Simpsons; Doctor Who; My So-Called Life; Everwood; Homicide: Life on the Street; 7th Heaven; Robotech; Family Ties; Growing Pains; Just the Ten of Us; One Life to Live; The Muppet Show; Fraggle Rock; NYPD Blue; Matinee at the Bijou; Garfield & Friends; Original Transformers, Hot Chicks Doing Stuff Naked,…

    I like stuff that's funny, romantic, cool, mysterious, or some combination of those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
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    See my sig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD45T-2 View Post
    See my sig.
    Nice. Yeah, I love Pembleton & Bayliss.
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