American Ninja (1985)
Shinyuki: These symbols will give your mind ultimate purpose. Gin, Retsu, Zai, Zen.
Shinyuki: The Kobudera. Ninja magic. Ninjitsu-to, the ability to seem invisible to cause fear and paralisis in your enemies.
Patricia: You, my dear, are going to town, and you're buying me new shoes and a new skirt... Don't you touch my skirt!
Jackson: Listen to what I'm saying. With your skills, we could make some easy money.
Joe: Jackson, I don't want to fight, I hate crowds, and I don't need money.
Colonel Hickock: Rinaldo, what do we know about him?
Rinaldo: [Reading from a file] Birth name, unknown. Parents, unknown. Next of kin, unknown...
Colonel Hickock: Give me that!
[Grabs the papers]
Colonel Hickock: Workers found him in the jungle where they were building a road. Brought back to the States with total amnesia. Ah, there it is. I knew it. Sent to reform school at age 16 for almost killing a man. A few months ago got in trouble again. Judge gave him a choice; enlist or go to jail.
Ortega: This is Shinyuki. I found him in the jungle when I bought the estate, dressed in the uniform of a Japanese soldier, unaware for many years that the war was over. He never says a word.
Ortega: American! You have thirty seconds to surrender or I kill your girlfriend!
Patricia: Joe, don't do it!
Ortega: [slapping her] Twenty seconds! Maybe you don't like her as much as she thinks you do! Five! Four!
Joe: [Throws down his weapons] Now let her go!
Ortega: Letting her go wasn't part of the deal!
Black Star ninja: Who is he?
Colonel Hickock: He's a new recruit, he just got here yesterday. I don't even know his name!
Black Star ninja: He posses great skills!
Jackson: Watchu gonna do with that hose, huh? You gonna play with yourself?
Jackson: Have you ever heard of ninjutsu sir?
Colonel Hickock: What's that?
Jackson: The secret art of assassination.
Colonel Hickock: Yeah of course I have!
Jackson: Well according to witnesses testimony and evidence, this massacre was the work of ninjas.
Pvt. Charley Madison: Hey! I'm great at that game. Back home in California, I'm like deadly. Hold on, I'll teach you girls how to play.
First Soldier: Yeah. Yeah.
Pvt. Charley Madison: Hey, Buddy, come on. We need an extra guy to even up the sides. Hey, come on.