Sean Connery's Bond says the memorable line to a couple sitting near the dance floor of an outdoor club, after evil assassin Luciana Paluzzi (as Fiona Volpe) accidentally takes a gunshot to the back from one of her own henchman, while dancing with 007.
Jason Scott Lee (as Bruce Lee) says to Lauren Holly (as Linda Lee Cadwell) after surprising her with a bike ride to a studio he had just leased in order to open his first 'Bruce Lee Gung Fu Institute.'
Colman Domingo (as Victor Strand) says on Episode 11 of Season 3, to Michael Greyeyes (as Qaletqa Walker) during a mission to get water for their camp. Greyeyes wonders why Domingo is laughing, as Greyeyes' fear of not completing the mission grows.
It is clear that representing this character in a culturally accurate way holds significance for people, and that to neglect this responsibility would continue a worrying tendency to obscure ethnic minority stories and voices in the Arts. I feel it is important to honour and respect that.
By: Ed Skrein
| Comic Based
| Science Fiction
Skrein responded to backlash against his casting in the Hellboy franchise reboot by relinquishing the role he had been cast in. The 34-year-old British actor has earlier tweeted that he would be playing Major Ben Daimio, a character that was Asian American in Mike Mignola’s “Hellboy” comics. The news was met with complaints that Hollywood was once again “whitewashing” an Asian character.
You show me anybody that gives a damn about anybody else and I'll show you a damn fool, who goes through life beggin' instead of grabbin.' Do you think anybody in this town is any different? They don't give a damn about who gets killed, as long as the dice keep rollin,' the hoes keep hoin,' and the money keeps flowin.'
It all resolves around the big "G" baby... the big Green. Everybody, everywhere is scratchin' for what they can get. I'm just scratchin' a little harder.
By: Thalmus Rasulala
| Cult Cinema
Thalmus Rasulala (as Roy) says to Pam Grier (as Aretha) after Grier attempts to convince Rasulala's character to back down from a conflict with Rasulala's long time friend Fred Williamson (as Duke Johnson). Williamson has been pushing back against Rasulala's new-found control of the racially divided city they both grew up in, that's since become rampant with corruption and vices.
Dirk Benedict (as Lieutenant Starbuck) and an android Cylon have a verbal exchange after Starbuck crash lands and gets captured, on a planet covered in murky jungles. The scene appeared in Season 1, Episode 11, which originally aired on November 11, 1978.