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MBTI: Louis Bloom- ISTJ

Posted in MBTI Guardians, MBTI Stuff with tags , , , on 11/11/2014 by McCutcheon

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Another recent creation and possibly Jake Gyllenhaal’s greatest performance ever, Louis Bloom is the type of ISTJ you don’t want to run into.

While normally thought of as by the book and rigid, that’s a stereotype that’s a general truism rather than an absolute. The ISTJ you know may be by the book and rigid, but it’s still going to be by their rules and standards, not necessarily what their boss deems appropriate. You’ll see what I mean if you don’t already. Continue reading

Movie Review: Nightcrawler

Posted in Reviews! with tags , , on 10/31/2014 by McCutcheon

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Stars: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Riz Ahmed, Bill Paxton

Rated R for violence including graphic images, and for language, Running time 117 minutes, Drama/Thriller/Crime

Compare to: The Lookout (2007), No Country for Old Men (2007)

It’s great to see actors in their roles that couldn’t get any better for them. While that might be a bad thing, seeing as how people view their best as a stopping point, it shouldn’t be viewed as a bad thing in and of itself. Rosamund Pike’s performance in Gone Girl, Michael Keaton in Birdman, and now Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler.

The creepiness is set up well from the very beginning as Gyllenhaal’s weight loss is clear and he really does look like a different person. Or should I say a skeleton with skin barely covering himself? Continue reading

MBTI: Nightcrawler- INFP

Posted in MBTI Idealists, MBTI Stuff with tags , , , , on 08/11/2013 by McCutcheon

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If there were ever an X-Men to fit a type better than INFP than Nightcrawler, they’ve never been published. Nightcrawler’s happy yet somber attitude toward his fellow mutant is not only his trademark, but a perfect fictionalized INFP.

Fun and concerned for the common man, and INFP may display their devotion in a similar fashion. Born into a circus (more or less) and perfectly suited for it, Nightcrawler later chose the life of a priest despite his appearance as a sort of blue demon. Only an INFP would be so conflicted.

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