This is a discussion on Disney MBTI within the Guess the type forums, part of the What's my personality type? category; Originally Posted by YOLOsodie Tiana is ESTJ, not ISTJ... What? I didn't say what her type was....
This thread was just brought up so I thought I'd include Finding Nemo, a movie I watched 2 days ago.
Dory: ENFP (tricky to tell with the whole memory loss thing but Ellen DeGeneres is an ENFP so that's my best guess)
The fish with the scar (sorry, I'm terrible with names): INTJ
Really hard to type the other characters but if you all want to take a stab at it, that would be cool too. I also thought I'd add The Incredibles:
And right now, that's the best I can do. The next Disney movie on my list to watch (again) is Tangled but I do know that Rapunzel is very much an ENFP and Flynn/Eugene is an ENTP who seems to enjoy acting like an ESTP.
Belle - INFJ. Looking for adventure doesn't always imply P. Her dominant Ni is shown in her love of losing herself in the worlds inside her books, and the way she's constantly asking questions. Her Fe is obvious with her father, the beast, and the way she becomes very forceful when she has to.
Beast - INTJ? Not so sure, but I'm pretty sure he's a T. And you can't disregard the part at the beginning. You can't base a type off of only the part where he self-actualizes and expect it to be accurate.
Gaston - ESTP. Confident, aggressive, image-focused, competitive.
Maurice - XNTP?
Mrs. Potts - ESFJ
Also, just curious - can anyone explain how Jasmine is an INFJ? I haven't seen the whole movie in years, but I saw the first few scenes a couple weeks ago and she doesn't seem INFJ to me. I'm willing to be convinced though. :)
She was rather feely-feely, but Fe? Not so sure.Her Fe is obvious with her father, the beast, and the way she becomes very forceful when she has to.
I think Belle's an INFJ too. Her love for books, Fe maneuvering to thwart Gaston's courting... Gaston is an ESTP parody.
Young INFJs stereotypically are romantic, head in the clouds bookworms. Polite and proper, but a bit spacey. Spunky if need to be.