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Danny (Character)
from Unleashed (2005)

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Unleashed (2005)
[last lines]
Victoria: My selection tonight is dedicated to someone wonderful.
Danny: [whispering to Sam] That's you.
Sam: Oh no, no, no, it's not me she's talking about.
Victoria: Someone whose life was, quite literally, saved by music.
Sam: That's you, my boy.

Bart: [putting the collar back on Danny in Sam's apartment] Welcome home, Danny.
Danny: [stops him at the last second] I AM home.

Danny: [With Heartfelt Sincerity] I don't want to hurt people anymore.

Bart: What's wrong with you?
Danny: I don't wanna hurt people anymore.
Bart: Excuse me. Danny, that's what you do. You hurt people.
Danny: Not anymore.

Bart: Cause i'm so pleased to have you home, I'll answer one question. Go on, fire away.
Danny: Did you know my mum?
Bart: Your mum? Why would I know your mum? I found you in the street. Lying on the pavement. You was halfdead. You couldn't even talk. You was just lying there. No one wanting you. No one caring whether you lived or died. Except me.

Bart: I'll make you a deal. If you go down there tonight and do your job. I promise you, tomorrow I will buy you the nicest piano in the whole bleedin' city. How's that?
Danny: I don't wanna hurt people anymore.
Bart: Then you're dead.
[pushes Danny into the fight pit]

Bart: What's wrong with you?
Danny: I don't wanna hurt people anymore.
Bart: Excuse me. Danny,that's what you do. You hurt people.
Danny: Not anymore.

Danny: My mother, she was a whore.

Victoria: [announcing to the audience] My selection tonight is dedicated to someone wonderful.
Danny: [looking at Sam] That's you!
Sam: [to Danny] No, no, no, it's not me she's talking about.
Victoria: [announcing to the audience] Someone who's life was quite literally saved by music.
Sam: [leaning over to Danny] That's you, my boy.

Danny: This one's ripe!

Sam: You okay?
Danny: She kissed me!
Sam: Yeah, she does that. How was it?
Danny: [pauses] Wet.
Sam: What else?
Danny: [smiles] Nice.
Sam: Wet. Nice. Sounds like what a kiss ought to feel like.

Sam: [teaching Danny about melons] It's also saying "I am ripe." You know what ripe means, don't you?
Danny: No.
Sam: Ripe means sweet, and sweet means good.
Danny: [smiles] The kiss was ripe!

Sam: In the market today, those men were fighting. You know that, right?
Danny: Yes.
Sam: And that didn't bother you?
Danny: No.
Sam: You weren't afraid?
Danny: No.
Sam: In those kinds of circumstances, people are usually afraid.
Danny: They weren't fighting me.

Bart: I tell you, I feel really good here. And I feel generous. Danny, what do you want?
Danny: A piano.
Bart: Excuse me?
Danny: I want a piano.
Bart: A piano? Oh yeah. How about a lobster dinner?
Danny: I want a piano.
Bart: How about a woman? You've never had a woman.
Danny: I want a piano.
Bart: Danny, you're starting to piss me off.
Danny: I want a piano.
Bart: [laughs] That's what I love about you, Danny. One thought at a time.

Sam: Do you remember me telling you about where I grew up? In New York City?
Danny: Where Carnegie Hall is!
Sam: Yeah, well, that's where Victoria and I are from. That's our home.
Danny: This is your home.
Sam: No, no this is just a temporary home. We only came here so that Victoria could attend school. What I'm trying to say Danny, is after Victoria graduates, we're going to go back home. We're going to go back to New York. And, well I don't know how this would work out, but we would really like for you to come with us, because we've come to think of you as family, and well that's what families do - they stick together, at least this one does. So what do you say?

Sam: When you first came to us, you were hurt pretty bad.
Sam: How did that happen?
Danny: I asked for a piano.
Sam: You asked who for a piano?
Danny: My uncle.
Sam: Oh, you do have family?
Danny: No.
Sam: But you just said you had an uncle.
Danny: He's dead.
Sam: Oh...