Monthly Archives: February 2016

Movie Quote of the Day – Hustle & Flow, 2005 (dir. Craig Brewer)


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Key: Djay, things don’t always come together just because you want them to, all right, man? Look, just because you got the bacon, the lettuce and tomato, hell, man, that don’t mean I’m gonna give you my toast. Look, man, I know you done learned a whole mess of shit hustling out on the street, right? Let me tell you what I learned while working on my job. There are two types of people: Those that talk the talk and those that walk the walk. People who walk the walk, they sometimes talk the talk. But most of the time, they don’t talk at all, because they walking. Now, people who talk the talk, when it comes time for them to walk, you wanna know what they do?
Djay: What is that?
Key: They talk people like me into walking for them.

Movie Quote of the Day – Dear White People, 2014 (dir. Justin Simien)


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Dean Fairbanks: Your show is racist.
Sam White: Black people can’t be racist. Prejudice, yes, but not racist. Racism describes a system of disadvantage based on race. Black people can’t be racist since we don’t stand to benefit from such a system.

Movie Quote of the Day – Straight Outta Compton, 2015 (dir. F. Gary Gray)


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Ice Cube: Ain’t that some shit? Speak a little truth and people lose their minds.
Eazy-E: See, the truth is, they can do whatever they want with them. They bought them motherfuckers.

Movie Quote of the Day – Inside Man, 2006 (dir. Spike Lee)


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Keith Frazier: Let’s let everybody stay calm, okay?
Dalton Russell: Don’t I sound calm to you?
Keith Frazier: Yeah, you do.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Butler, 2013 (dir. Lee Daniels)


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Cecil Gaines: I had always loved serving. But just felt different now. I didn’t know that an old man could feel so lost. That’s how I felt. That’s how I felt. Americans always turned a blind eye to what we’d done to our own. We look out to the world and judge. We hear about the concentration camps, but these camps went on for 200 years right here in America.

Movie Quote of the Day – Carmen Jones, 1954 (dir. Otto Preminger)


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Carmen Jones: I don’t account to no man.
Joe: You’re accounting to me! I love you and that give me the right–
Carmen Jones: That don’t give you no right to own me! There’s only one that does and that’s me! Myself.

Movie Quote of the Day – I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, 1988 (dir. Keenen Ivory Wayans)


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Hammer: May I help you sir?
Rib Joint Customer: How much for an order of ribs?
Hammer: $2.50
Rib Joint Customer: $2.50? How many ribs do I get with that?
Hammer: Ahhh, about five
Rib Joint Customer: Five! [does math on his hand] So I guess that’s about fifty cents a rib, huh?
Hammer: Yeah, about.
Rib Joint Customer: K, lemme get one.
Hammer: Right on. [yells to the cook] One order!
Slammer: One order of ribs.
Rib Joint Customer: No, no. . .no, no. . .one rib.
Hammer: One. Rib.
Rib Joint Customer: I sure am hungry.
Hammer: Uhhhh, make that. . .one. . .rib. To go.
Slammer: One rib?
Hammer: One rib. . . What else?
Rib Joint Customer: You got any soda?
Hammer: One… dollar.
Rib Joint Customer: Aww, come’on now. . .look out for a brotha. . .man. . .come’on. . .Hey check this out, why don’t you let me get a sip for fifteen cents?
Hammer: My cups cost more than fifteen cents!
Rib Joint Customer: Alright, fuck the cup, pour it in my hands for a dime.
Hammer: Look you greasy hair Jheri curl wearin. . .pay me & get the hell out of my store!
Rib Joint Customer: [Takes out change, counts it, then pulls out a huge wad of bills] You got change for a hundred?
Hammer: Look, we’re gonna need orthopedic surgeon to remove my foot from your ass!

Movie Quote of the Day – Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, 1999 (dir. Martha Coolidge)


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Dorothy Dandridge: He won’t give me a chance, Mama.
Ruby Dandridge: Well, if you’re waiting for them to give you a chance, you’re gonna have a hard road. Honey, you have to take your chances.

Movie Quote of the Day – Dope, 2015 (dir. Rick Famuyiwa)


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Dom: Yo man, I be seein’ you and your little friends with y’all flattops and MC Hammer pants, riding around in this shit, looking like y’all came out of a DeLorean or some shit. Fuck is up with that shit anyway?
Malcolm: You know, the ’90s was like the golden age of hip-hop. Everything from It Takes a Nation of Millions to The Blueprint was killing it. I guess me and my friends just wish we grew up back then.
Dom: It Takes a Nation came out in ’88. Blueprint came out 2001. What the fuck are you talkin’ ’bout right now?
Malcolm: Technically, um. . .but, you know, the spirit of the music was definitely still ’90s. I mean, It Takes a Nation, Straight Outta ComptonPaid in Full was ahead of their time. And then you got Snoop, Biggie, Wu-Tang. They took the game to the next level. Blueprint was kind of like the punctuation mark.
Dom: Let’s not forget, the ’90s also gave us Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer, and we can’t forget about the Fresh Prince.
Malcolm: Everything in the ’90s wasn’t great, but. . .but you gotta admit “Summertime” was a classic.

Movie Quote of the Day – Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, 1996 (dir. Paris Barclay)


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Ashtray: It hurt me to wake up and see my beautiful black people suffer, victimized by the oppressive, harsh realities of the hood. I guess, even though we were free, we were still slaves… in the mind.
Mailman: Message.