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Sit back and re-experience a psychological instant replay of the narcissistic clues and intentions in our favorite movies!Theater of The Mind
Movies featuring Narcissistic Traits


*The following Terms are associated with the phrases, stages, and tactics associated with Narcissistic Personality Disorder,  explained in the Dictionary of Terms section of the book inside it's psychological riddle of The Starving Restaurant. *

Sit back and re-experience a psychological instant replay of  narcissistic clues and intentions, in our favorite movies. Popcorn is to your left. Enjoy!

Why Did I Get Married Too?
"...instead I've been waiting for you... to learn how to love me."
Perhaps one of the most resonating movie scenes for a Target to experience. This was a line from an emotionally frustrated husband to his wife (ironically a marriage counselor), as they were in a lawyer’s office, getting a divorce.
 
This divorce was The Discard. Psychologically, the wife’s calm and secretly cold smile to her Target spouse was no coincidence! It was a dismissive act toward an emotionally frustrated husband who insisted, “you tell me how you kept up this farce of a marriage, when I could’ve been out there enjoying my life. Instead I’ve been waiting for you… to learn how to love me.”

The lesson to be learned is to always remember the parallel appetite between a Target and an emotionally abusive Narcissist. It’s a mistake to invest your whole life and lifestyle in the hope to get understanding from a person who’s never proved capable. Though this is from a different movie, it truly is Mission Impossible.
Why Did I Get Married Too? (2010 Movie)
Director: Tyler Perry
Source: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1391137/
Forrest Gump
In one movie scene, Forrest stands outside with his sidekick friend. And as his friend delivers a clever insult to Forrest, the weather is too distracting to Forrest to focus on his insult. And of course, Forrest Gump takes in information in a slower fashion. So it went a little something like this:
“What?”
“[Insult]”
“Huh” Forrest repeats.
“[Repeats louder]. You understand? I’m insulting you.”
“Oh…okay!”
This so-called friend is leaning in just to insult Forrest Gump! The main takeaway from the scene is recognizing the energy narcissistic people put in just to get Negative Supply. He needed so bad to connect his insult to Forrest that he repeated it louder and said, “I’m insulting you!” It is socially pathetic but not beyond the toxic appetite of a narcissist.
As Forest simply said, “Oh, okay,” this might qualify as The Gray Rock Method.
Forest Gump (1994)
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Writers: Winston Groom  
Screenplay: Eric Roth  
Source: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109830/