All those hours you've spent passively watching movies and eating popcorn just may offer the key to understanding the innerworkings of your deepest, truest self. Analyze what your taste in movies reveals about your personality with "Cinescopes", a unique new book that combines the appeal of movie culture, pop psychology, and astrology. By applying a list of your ten favorite movies to a glossary of more than 3,000 movie titles, you can determine which of the sixteen "Cinescope" archetypes best describes you.Are you a Magical Creator, like Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's", a Youthful Sage, like Max Fischer in "Rushmore", or an Existential Savior, like Neo in "The Matrix"? Each persona is described in detail in a chapter of its own, revealing the archetype's strengths, weaknesses, secrets, and characteristic behaviors. Every chapter also suggests corresponding "Cinescope" archetypes that represent your best and worst relationship matches, and your personal nemesis. Chapters even recommend other movies you may enjoy.