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ULTIMATE INTP-IN-MOVIES LIST - enjoy and feel free to expand

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#1
Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter), Master Yoda (Star Wars), Charles Xavier (X-Men), Eldon Tyrell (Blade Runner), Architekt (Matrix Reloaded), Dr. Manhattan (Watchmen), William of Baskerville (Der Name der Rose), Sherlock Holmes (Sherlock Holmes), Mycroft Holmes (Sherlock Holmes), Tiberius Claudius Drusus (I, Claudius), Hypatia (Agora), Master Splinter (TMNT);
Dr. Emmet Brown (Back to the Future), Prof. Philip Brainard (Flubber), Q (James Bond), Dexter (Dexter's Laboratory), Prof. Farnsworth (Futurama), Prof. Frink (The Simpsons), Doctor (Doctor Who), Dex (Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow), Wayne Szalinski (Honey I Shrunk the Kids), Nick Szalinski (Honey I Shrunk the Kids), Henry Jones sr. (Indiana Jones), John F. Nash (A Beautiful Mind), Will Hunting (Good Will Hunting), Bruce Banner (Hulk);
Thor (Stargate SG-1), Holly (Red Dwarf), Spock (Star Trek), Data (Star Trek), Ash (Alien), Treebeard (Lord of the Rings), River (Firefly), God (Some cartoons);
Kevin (Sin City), Keyser Soze / Roger 'Verbal' Kint (The Usual Suspects), Scarecrow (Batman Begins), Bill (Kill Bill);
Woody Allen (Annie Hall, Manhattan,...), Brian Griffin (Family Guy), Reuben Tishkoff (Ocean's 11-13), Jerome Morrow (Gattaca), Ted Mosby (How I Met Your Mother), Ross (Friends), Fox Mulder (X-Files), Kyle Broflowski (South Park), Charlie (Charlie the Unicorn), Twilight Sparkle (My Little Pony), Donnie Darko (Donnie Darko), J. F. Sebastian (Blade Runner), Daniel Jackson (Stargate SG-1), Leonard Hoffstader (The Big Bang Theory), Roy (IT Crowd), 'Comic Book Guy' (The Simpsons), Clark Kent (Superman), Tom Hagen (The Godfather), Ted Kramer (Kramer vs. Kramer), David (Bringing Up Baby), Joe Bradley (Roman Holiday), Juror #8 - Henry Fonda (12 Angry Men), Atticus Finch (To Kill a Mockingbird), Merkin Muffley (Dr. Strangelove), George (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf), Ben Braddock (The Graduate), The Professor (Stalker), Chris Kelvin (Solyaris 1972), "Tommy Lee Jones" (Sunset Limited), Miloš Hrma (Ostře sledované vlaky), Mili Kopfrkingl (Spalovač mrtvol)
 
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I hate these lists. Most of it is probably wrong and even if not, why should anyone care when no motivation is given regarding why the listed characters are INTP's?
 
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On the other hand, most of such discusions I've read and used as a source of information hadn't resulted in a brief and exploiting list. Pardon me if I skipped some important thread and consider this an alternative ;)
 

Jennywocky

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I hate these lists. Most of it is probably wrong and even if not, why should anyone care when no motivation is given regarding why the listed characters are INTP's?
Oh come now, I'm sure it ranks somewhere between reading a card catalog versus reviewing the train station time schedule.
 

Cognisant

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Oh come now, I'm sure it ranks somewhere between reading a card catalog versus reviewing the train station time schedule.
Train schedules are fascinating, they're a clear depiction of peak travel times in and out of an area so if you know the train schedules and other scheduled events well enough you can deduce more or less where any given crowd of people came from and are going, like incredibly organised flocks of sheep.

Yeah I've been in the city too long :D
 

Jennywocky

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Train schedules are fascinating, they're a clear depiction of peak travel times in and out of an area so if you know the train schedules and other scheduled events well enough you can deduce more or less where any given crowd of people came from and are going, like incredibly organised flocks of sheep.

Yeah I've been in the city too long :D
You're right, I wasn't really fair to train schedules here. Foolish me.

Although now that you mention it, I geek out over stuff like this:

 
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Agreed. When I was a kid I knew by heart all departure times of public transport in my town. :D True, we had only 35 lines but the departure minute(s) for each hour and each line used to be quite random :)
 
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Agreed. When I was a kid I knew by heart all departure times of public transport in my town. :D True, we had only 35 lines but the departure minute(s) for each hour and each line used to be quite random :)
Me, too (luckily for my brother, who never bothered learning the departure times)!

The buses to get me to school on time now come at 07:07, 07:21 and 07:30
To get home: 17:15, 17:23, 19:50 (club days)

When I lived in NYC: A train: 07:21; 1 train, 07:48. I had my own tile to wait on for the 1 train. I could always find it. I miss those days...

SW
 

DelusiveNinja

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Agreed. When I was a kid I knew by heart all departure times of public transport in my town. :D True, we had only 35 lines but the departure minute(s) for each hour and each line used to be quite random :)
Hmm. Maybe I should pick up a map too then. I wonder why my brother knows all the streets and highways and I am clueless as to where I am on the map.
 
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I'm going to try not to make a pun out of "derailing," but @DelusiveNinja, once you memorize the map/streets, you will never be lost again. It is really worth it.

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