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INFP Musicians

Kurt Cobain (Nirvana)

Tyler Joseph (Twenty One Pilots)

Jordan Witzigreuter (The Ready Set)

John Lennon (The Beatles)

Jesse Lacey (Brand New)

Jim Morrison (the Doors)

Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance)

Alex Turner (The Arctic Monkeys)

Adam Young (Owl City)


Paper Towns (2015) - Jake Schreier

5 bullets on this film:

  • Guess who watched Paper Towns before the official release in the USA? That’s right! Me! I read the book a long time ago and honestly I was kind of scared that the movie would be messed up, but I wasn’t disappointed. The film is very loyal to the book and it gives more details and explanations about the story.
  • The dialogues are natural and funny, I really enjoyed them. They made the movie much more relatable and smooth.
  • Cara Delevingne is so beautiful that I didn’t even notice if she was acting well or not. ops. I don’t know if she was the best pick for Margo, though. Nat Wolff and the rest of the cast were great, and that’s impressing, because some of them had never acted before.
  • The soundtrack is life. You know those scenes where there’s music and the characters are in the car smiling with their hair blowing in the wind, and you feel like you want to be a teenager for the rest of your life? yeah, there are a lot of those.
  • I watched it with some friends and none of them liked it, because they thought the plot was superficial and there was not a ‘theme’. The thing is, the movie is not about a girl who runs away and wants to be found. It’s about holding teenagers to standards, falling in love with the idea of a person and about real friendship. okay. my work here is done. 
She’s the kind of person who either dies tragically at twenty-seven, like Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin, or else grows up to win, like, the first-ever Nobel Prize for Awesome.
—  John Green, Paper Towns.