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Which Lindsay Lohan Movie Are You, Based On Your MBTI®

These days, Lindsay Lohan has tried to make a ton of different comebacks, and her most recent project is the MTV reality series Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club. Back in the day, though, she starred in several different movies, and it seemed like there was always a Lindsay film coming out soon.

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Let's take a trip down memory movie lane and find out which Lindsay Lohan movie we are based on our MBTI. Are we one of her more popular and beloved films that gets quoted all the time? Or are we a movie that is less well-known? It's time to find out.

10 ENTP: Georgia Rule

Georgia Rule was released in 2007 and directed by Garry Marshall. We might remember this movie as the one where Lindsay Lohan spends the summer with her grandma (Jane Fonda) and is a fairly typical rebellious teenage girl. This isn't a cinematic classic, that's for sure, but it was an enjoyable enough watch for pre-teens or teens at the time.

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If your MBTI is ENTP, or "Enterprising Explorer," then your Lindsay Lohan movie is Georgia Rule. Like Lindsay's character, Rachel, you are questioning and curious. Sure, you can be stubborn (like all teenage girls), but all you ask is that life isn't dull and you can try things that you haven't done before.

9 ESTP: Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen

Chances are that not a lot of people saw this 2004 film, but die-hard Lindsay Lohan fans definitely ran to the theater. The movie, based on the book of the same name by Dyan Sheldon, stars Lindsay as Lola, an overconfident teenage girl who wants everyone to love her (and can't imagine why not everyone would). She's overdramatic and an actress as well. Alison Pill plays her friend, and Megan Fox is the token mean girl.

If your MBTI is ESTP or "Energetic Problem-Solver," then your Lindsay Lohan movie is Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. ESTPs don't like "goals not resulting from efforts," which sounds a lot like Lola. You're also active, energetic, and love life, which sounds like the dramatic main character of a high school movie.

8 ISTJ: I Know Who Killed Me

Talk about going back into the Lindsay Lohan archives. I Know Who Killed Me is a horror film from 2007 that got really bad reviews (we're talking truly bad). It's pretty campy and crazy. Lindsay plays a girl named Aubrey Fleming who goes missing and (spoiler) learns that she has a twin sister.

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Since Aubrey is looking into her family background and playing detective, this is your Lindsay Lohan movie if your MBTI is ISTJ or "Responsible Realist." Even though Aubrey wakes up in the hospital, says that she is Dakota Moss, and people think that she's nuts, she feels convinced that she's on the right track. If you're an ISTJ, you're thorough and factual and would do the same thing.

7 ISTP: Bobby

In the 2006 film Bobby, Lindsay Lohan played Diane, a woman who was determined to do what she felt was right. In this case, she became her lover's brother's wife so he doesn't get drafted, and her scenes were mainly with that character, who was played by Elijah Wood. That definitely sounds like something an ISTP or "Logical Pragmatist" would do. If that's your MTBI, then your Lindsay Lohan movie is Bobby.

ISTPs are calm during a crisis and practical. You agree that it would make sense to marry someone if it made their life better and easier, and that would sound like a good solution to you.

6 ENTP: A Prairie Home Companion

Remember this 2006 movie which starred Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin, Kevin Kline, and Garrison Keillor? It has an even more star-studded cast than that—even Woody Harrelson and Maya Rudolph are in the film—and received pretty positive reviews.

Of course, Lindsay Lohan was also in the movie, and she played a singer named Lola (which is the second time that she has portrayed a character with that name—the first time being in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen). Since the movie is about creative people, it's perfect for you if your MBTI is ENTP. "Creative" is one of the words used to describe ENTPs. Check it out if you haven't because it's a really nice movie.

5 ESTJ: Herbie: Fully Loaded

In this 2005 movie, Lindsay's character Maggie Peyton dreams of bringing her car (Herbie) to NASCAR. Cheryl Hines and Michael Keaton are also in the film. This isn't one of Lindsay's best roles and definitely seemed pretty childish since she was 18 years old when she starred in the movie.

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Are you an ESTJ or "Efficient Organizer"? Herbie: Fully Loaded is your Lindsay Lohan movie. As the official description explains, "People with ESTJ preferences drive themselves to reach their goal, organizing people and resources in order to achieve it." It's arguably a story about a young girl who has a dream, and Maggie is self-confident, efficient, and clear, just like ESTJs.

4 INFJ: Just My Luck

Just My Luck might not be on most people's radars since it was one of those movies that was released without much fanfare. It came out in 2006 and Lindsay Lohan played Ashley, a girl who, as the title of the movie suggests, was lucky and then suddenly wasn't. Of course, she had a love interest: Jake (Chris Pine), who was the opposite of lucky. The two swapped and had to see how the other half lived.

It may be a silly storyline, but Ashley was super determined to be lucky like she had been before. That determination is what an INFJ, or "Insightful Visionary," has. If this is your MTBI, this is your Lindsay Lohan movie, and it means that you are imaginative and insightful. You also are committed when you want something, which is one of Ashley's character traits as well.

3 INFP: Freaky Friday

This 2003 film starred Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis as a mom and daughter who swap places. There were two previous Freaky Friday movies: one from 1976 and one from 1995. Lindsay's character is Tess, an adolescent girl with musical dreams. She's basically a typical teen girl, and a typical teen girl is confident and head-strong (at least in the movies). If your MBTI is INFP, or "Thoughtful Idealist," then this is your Lindsay Lohan movie.

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INFPs have strong beliefs and are introspective and sensitive. This movie would appeal to INFPs since it's about being yourself and also learning to have some understanding for someone close to you (in this case, your mom).

2 ENFP: Mean Girls

An ENFP or "Imaginative Motivator" is someone who is cool with trying new things, and more than that, this is the kind of life that they want to lead. They're restless, curious, and inspire leadership.

Is this you? If that's the case, then your Lindsay Lohan movie is Mean Girls, the 2004 hit movie that is one of Lindsay Lohan's best roles. Many people watch it super regularly and quote it a lot as well. Lindsay's character, Cady Heron, learns that popularity can turn you into a total monster when she goes undercover to join The Plastics... and ends up just like one of them. The fact that she's interested in this plan could make her an ENFP. She also ends up a leader, as she inspires a big change in the social life of the high school.

1 ISFP: The Parent Trap

Yup, the most famous Lindsay Lohan movie would have to be The Parent Trap. This 1998 remake of the original 1961 movie is what put Lindsay on the map as an actress. It was adorable (and funny) to watch her play twin sisters Hallie and Annie.

Both Hallie and Annie are resourceful and do what they can in order to get their parents back together. If you're an ISFP, or "Versatile Supporter," then this is your Lindsay Lohan movie. ISFPs "enjoy providing practical help or service to others," which is what the girls do in this movie. They truly believe that their parents should reunite and they want to assist them on their journey. ISFPs are also kind and spontaneous, which describes the two characters that Lindsay plays.

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