Year of the Dragon (1985)
Tracy Tzu: You're acting like a child.
Stanley White: Well, a great man is one who in manhood still keeps the heart of a child.
Stanley White: You were right; I'm was wrong. Sorry. I'd like to be a nice guy. I would. I just don't know how to be nice.
Tracy Tzu: You're really cracked. You know that?
Stanley White: The first time I saw you, I hated your guts. I think I even hated you before I met you. I hated you on TV. I hated you in Vietnam. You want to know what's destroying this country? It's not booze. It's not drugs. It's TV. It's media. It's people like you. It's vampires. I hate the way you make your living sticking microphones in people's faces. You lie every night at 6:00. I hate the way you kill real feelings. I hate everything that you stand for. Most of all, I hate rich kids and I hate this place. So why do I want to fuck you so bad?
Stanley White: A fish stinks from the head down.
Harry Yung: The Chinese eat the head.
Joey Tai: Dollars are like small fish, difficult to catch, but not to be thrown back except as bait for something bigger.
Tracy Tzu: I think you upset him.
Stanley White: I certainly hope so.
Louis Bukowski: You care too much, Stanley.
Stanley White: How can anybody care too much?
Stanley White: I'm no Italian. I'm a Polack. And I can't be bought.
Tracy Tzu: Captain McKenna, any leads in the murder of Jackie Wong?
William McKenna: Nothing at this time.
Tracy Tzu: Do you think this killing means there's some kind of war going on in the Chinatown Tongs?
William McKenna: No, I don't. This is basically a situation where the youth gangs are lashing out at the establishment. The community is cooperating. The situation's under control.