Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Intuitively, I'd place the four main figures in one quadra each. Alpha stirs the opposition of Beta and Delta while Gamma mediates.
Lex Luthor: Alpha, classic ILE initiator x inventor trope. Superman falls prey to his PoLR. Borrows from Beta (aka General Zod) to create this situation.
Batman: Beta, LSI as in most portrayals. Probably sx last. to implement one's own system of justice, to anticipate/forge gadgets and an overall vision.
Wonder Woman: Gamma, rational type. I prefer ESI for her. I read up Steve Trevor who is supposed to be her matching gentleman-in-jeopardy so makes more sense from the comic perspective. Watched the WW trailer and my theory was confirmed. I inexplicably liked her the most but I realized it, she's the closest to my dual SEE.
Superman: Delta, EII. The victim vibe is his demonstrative. Definitely an aristocratic ethical type, stereotypical introtim. It's all about "good versus bad" themes here.
Imo, the movie is all about an Ij - Ep collision.
Lois Lane: I suggest an intuitive function for her ego block, leaning toward .
Martha Kent: Delta NF.
Senator Finch: IxTx type. Could be ILI. Democratic values, clashes with Lex, no-nonsense approach.
Perry White (Boss of the Daily Planet): Heavy on and/or with his sensationalism, extrotim for sure.
Let me hear what you think
I guess its not as bad as new x men movie, but it still is pretty bad.
No, I didn't ask for a "good or bad" film evaluation (although that's understandable, you're Fi-seeking). We need ideas about the types :3 And when we're talking X-Men, why not type them as well. If you're proficient enough you may open a new thread, I have no ideas yet except hm... SLE for Mystique.
Originally Posted by Anglas