If your life were a movie, which one would suit it best? Please don’t spend a lot of time thinking about it, deciding from your gut will provide the best assessment.
- The Phantom of the Opera
- 300 Spartans
- The Hangover
- The Wolf of Wall Street
- Deep down you’re a scholar and a fine soul. You draw strength from the profundity of history and tradition. You are: refined and elegant.
- You face hardship head-on. You’re strong and no-nonsense, reliable and tough. You are: a warrior.
- You try not to take life very seriously – it might be your way of dealing with hardship. You try to make the best of things. You are: fun but tough.
- You’re easily impressionable, empathic and maybe philanthropic. Strong belief in love comes with the territory. You are: romantic and possibly melancholic.
- You’ve grown up, you’ve faced the blows of reality, and you’ve come to believe that achievement truly measures who you are as a person. You are: ambitious and unyielding.
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9 thoughts on “Personality Test – What do your Movie Titles say about you?”
This is difficult. I’ve not seen the first three movies. What does it mean that my favourite movies are Mad Max and Mad Max II?
Hmmm… Very interesting choice. I’d say it’s a rawer version of the Wolf of Wall Street. Only that you believe money and financial power is something fleeting, phony and unnatural, and to you the strongest man is the one who can survive under the hardest circumstances. No problem if you haven’t seen the movies, it’s about the titles, the one that resonates best. But now we know yours is Mad Max 🙂
What’s interesting is that out of the 4 movies I’ve watched 1, 2 and 4. I debated 4 but it was on a live streaming service so it was there and I watched. It was okay.
The real star for me in 1 and 2 isn’t Max. It’s the Ford Interceptor. It’s over engineered, powerful, fast, tough and loud. Yet like a human it’s vulnerable and mortal to the extent it was destroyed. Max was the driver but the car was the star.
You have a fascinating perspective on things, dear Gary.
As soon as I saw Spartans, I didn’t need to read the other titles. Spartans are my kinda people. So number 2 with strong resonance. Now I need to go try to calm down. I liked the idea of taking on the Persians simply because everyone was afraid of them and for good reason. That just makes me hungry for BBQ. 😀
Dear cuzz, your comments are always witty and a delight to read! I didn’t imagine you’d go for anything else, to be completely honest with you, I know how much you value discipline and hard work and how capable you are of it. Big hug!
I chose #1.
Because that is one of my favourite movies- the Andrew Lloyd Webber version of it anyway.
And the description fits my personality.
Titanic would have been my 2nd choice.
I always did identify with Leonardo de Caprio’s character.
It sure suits you, dear Chris, if you ask me. You are erudite, and your life and studies have clearly refined you in your artistic endeavours and talents. I honestly imagined #1 would be your choice, and I think it suits you quite well.
I have to say #3.