Homer: I'm not paying another penny to Burns and his evil power company! Bart: Don't you work for that evil company? Homer: Don't split hairs, boy. I may work for Burns, but I'm just an innocent Stormtrooper on the Death Star. Bart: Even the innocent ones croaked when the Death Star exploded.
When you're inside, you look around, what do you see? Businessmen, teachers, lawyers, carpenters; the very minds of the people we are trying to save. But until we do, these people are still a part of that system, and that makes them our enemy. You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged; and many of them are so inured—so hopelessly dependent on the system—that they will fight to protect it.
I went through my pockets. The money was gone from my wallet. I went back to the man with the white coat. He had too much money for his job. [...] I was sorry for him. A simple hardworking little guy trying to hold his job down and get his weekly pay check. Maybe with a wife and kids. Too bad. And all he had to help him was a sap. It didn't seem fair. [...] I patted his shoulder. I almost cried over him.
Diaz: Hey, thanks for shooting that guy. Boyle: (chuckles) Hey, my pleasure. Perp: Your pleasure? This was a human being you just killed. Bill "Perp" had a family! [after a beat, both Boyle and Diaz decide to shoot the Perp again]
The line between hero and villain is so faint, it might as well not be there at all. Disagree? Consider this: A group breaks into a residence, kills everyone inside, and makes off with anything of value. Robbers sacking a roadside cottage are named villains for such a deed, yet adventurers who storm a goblin warren and do the same are dubbed heroes. The difference? You tell me because I cannot see it.
Vivi: Why...? Why would you do such a thing!? Weren't they your friends!? Black Waltz No. 3: You fool! Do I look like some lowly black mage soldier? Steiner: Even if they weren't your allies, what you did was reprehensible! Black Waltz No. 3: Kwahahaha! Worry not about them: many more are being produced even now!
Xin Ji: You are a hero, you are... Player: A killer? It isn't as noble when you say it like that, is it? I have slaughtered thousands simply because someone told me it was for a just cause. But something you'll learn over time is, everyone thinks their cause is just. The Ministry of Purity feels their cause is just. Reiko may be evil, but the men and women she has tricked into obeying her are as much victims as the rest of Cantha.
Janeway is pretty wasted here but there is wonderfully sadistic scene where she is holding the Borg baby and orders the Doctor to start deploying the virus to wipe out all of the kids. She’s the heroine, right?
The Koopa Kids are Bowser's chief lieutenants in Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World...Each one guards a stronghold in Mario's path, which is, historically, a tremendous mistake. Mario marches through them, tossing them all, without exception or remorse, into boiling lakes of molten rock. He does this for sex, so we think nothing of it. But we should, because the Koopa Kids are child soldiers, conscripted by their tyrannical father and thrown headlong into a conflict that predates their own births against an enemy they have no real chance of defeating. All they know is that Dad handed them a scepter and a castle and said 'This is yours now.' They can't possibly have any concept of what they're really doing.
Chris: Can we talk for a second about Superman’s bottomless pit? Like… He straight up kills those dudes, right? They are definitely dead. David: Why does that exist, and why is he so totally okay with them dying? He even gives Lois a grin when she socks Ursa into it. Chris: So yeah, Superman’s Murder Count stands at 2, with one accessory-to-murder from letting Lois punch Ursa into oblivion. We’ll be revisiting Superman’s Murder Count when he throws Kal Penn into space in a few months, so keep your notes handy! David: The best part about that is that Krypton didn’t have a death penalty. Straight-up killing them is the ultimate “f* you, dad.”
Orc!Dad: Honey, this cranberry sauce is breathtaking! What's in it? Orc!Mom: My Grandma Beatrice taught me! I put some lemon juice in it! But the secret ingredient is love! Orc!Dad: Aww! I love you! Merry Christmas! Orc!Tim: And God bless us every one— Avatar:(bursts in)AHA! THERE YOU ARE!(hacking sounds)YOU CAN'T HIDE FROM ME, CHAOTIC EVIL BUTT HOLE SPAWN! DON'T RUN! THE AVATAR SLAYS YOU IN THE INTEREST OF VALOUR AND JUSTAAAHAAHAHAHAHAHA!!
The movie touches on the issue of racism in that era in such a clumsy, caveman-ish way, and at the same time it's being racist toward Germans and portraying them all as, like, evil villainous bad guys with scars on their faces. (Palpatine voice) "Africans! Kill them all and show no mercy!" They said show no mercy. The German pilots were probably just as terrified as the American pilots!
Alucard: Hey guys, how's your health plan? *SWAT team opens fire* Apparently it's great! *carnage and gore ensue as the cops finally retreat into the elevator* Integra: Walter, be honest with me: what are we looking at in terms of collateral? Walter: Well...*Alucard walks out of elevator filled with corpses* the Alucard amount.
Yeah, he was just this guy. A guy in a butterfly suit who got in over his head. And I could see it in his eyes that if I let him get away this one time he'd never come back. But, then I also thought, you know, kill him.