Miami Connection (1987)
Mark: I didn't know you had a father. I thought we are all orphans.
Jim: My mother was Korean, and my father was Black American. She gave me this picture when she was real sick. I was only nine years old.
Tom: [Tom is at the beach checking out all the women] They don't make buns like that down at the bakery.
Tom: [Dragon Sound gets jumped by a bunch of thugs] This doesn't look like the welcome wagon.
Mark: Listen to me. I don't want to have any trouble. I just get the job from agent. Don't bother us.
John: So, Mark, how do you feel about putting some board breaking into the act?
Mark: Sure, why not?
John: We could write another taekwondo song, and after Tom does one of his guitar solos, we could all break boards. Jack could do a drum solo. How 'bout it, Jack?
Jack: Love to help you write that song, John, but there's no way I'm gonna break any boards in that club. I don't even want us to play there anymore.
John: Why? 'Cause that other band jumped us the other night?
Jack: Yeah... because of Jeff, too. He's in there every night with his damn... gang, selling that stupid cocaine.
Mark: Only through the elimination of violence can we achieve world peace.