Streets of Fire (1984)
McCoy: You know some of you guys have some cute little asses. It'd be a real shame if I had to blow'em off.
Tom Cody: [Ben has just told them where Ellen is being hidden] Pay him.
Ben Gunn: Yeah, pay me!
Billy Fish: I'm not gonna pay this jerk.
Tom Cody: Listen, shithead, you give him some of your money, or I'll give him some of your money.
Raven: You're real dumb if you think you can pull this off.
Tom Cody: I think you're forgetting something. I got the gun.
Raven: I can get guns, smart guy, lots of. Now... why don't you tell me your name?
Tom Cody: Tom Cody. Pleased to meet ya.
Tom Cody: Hey you always walk around packed?
McCoy: I told you, I'm a soldier.
Tom Cody: Well, don't go pointin' that thing at me, I wouldn't like it.
McCoy: I don't go pointin' it unless I'm gonna use it.
Tom Cody: Yeah, right.
Ben Gunn: Oh, you're dumb. And, you're short. Real short.
Tom Cody: The only problem with kicking the shit out of you is that it would be too easy.
Tom Cody: Look, I know you're gonna be going places with your music and stuff and... and I'm not the kind of guy to be carrying your guitars along for you. But if you ever need me for something... I'll be there.
Tom Cody: You know, no one ever had a hold me like you did. I would have done anything for you. A long time ago I would have thought you were worthy of it. Not anymore, babe.
Tom Cody: [telling his sister goodbye before leaving to rescue Ellen] Don't worry about it. They always hire bums like me for jobs like this.
Tom Cody: There's no point in stealing a car if you're not going to wring it out.
McCoy: We're gonna play a little game, you Bombers are gonna like it, it's called lights out.
Tom Cody: You smart guys. You always think you can hire a bum like me to do your dirty work. Well not this time!
McCoy: Some people that never talk about their feelings got 'em deeper than anybody. Other people never talk about their feelings 'cause they ain't got any.
Tom Cody: I liked shooting the guns... but I didn't win no medal.
McCoy: You wanna change this tire, shorty?
Billy Fish: Changing tires isn't exactly my line of work, dear.
McCoy: If that's the case, then why don't you just shut up!
Clyde the Bartender: Let's see the color of your money.
McCoy: Are we going to talk about it, or are we going to do it?
Billy Fish: The famous Sorels sure put a lot of money into that bus, huh? Listen Cody, I didn't know you had a thing with Ellen in the old days, but you better get some smarts and learn to adjust to the fact that you're out of the picture now. See Cody, I do things for her. Things that a guy like you could never do. Things that matter in the real world.
Tom Cody: You know something? The only trouble with kicking the shit out of you is it would be too easy.
Raven: I'll be comin' for her. I'll be comin' for you too.
Tom Cody: Sure you will. And I'll be waitin.'
Tom Cody: OK Fish, you head back to the car. I want you in that doorway over there in fifteen minutes. And I mean fifteen minutes.
Billy Fish: Are you crazy? They'll notice me in a second down there.
Tom Cody: Don't worry about that, I'm gonna give them a couple of other things to worry about.
Billy Fish: What about her? I thought she's supposed to do the driving!
Tom Cody: Get moving, and you better be ready when we get there.
McCoy: Do you trust him, or are you just desperate?
Tom Cody: You take the front entrance, I'm going topside. If you can work your way upstairs to help me out, fine. If not, I'll handle it.
McCoy: Just what I always wanted to do, Cody. Take on the Bombers.
Raven: I want Tom Cody. I want to nail that son of a bitch's head to the sidewalk under that marquee that says "Ellen Aim" on it. And just to prove to ya I'm gonna be a nice guy, I'm comin' in with just two of my men. After I take care of Cody, there'll be no more trouble. Do your job, man. Keep the peace.