- The music scenes. Not just because the songs are overflowing with 80s charm but because out of all the cast members faking playing their instruments, YK Kim himself manages to try very hard, yet at the same time look like he's not even bothering to try.
- The fight scene between the two band managers, where they don't land any hits, but they got their opposing goons so good otherwise before they swore each other off.
- Tom tries to pick up some women at the beach, only to end with him being shoved to the ground between two other women as they proceed to playfully slap him, along with him curling up and crawling away.
- "I found my father. Oh my God!"
- The movie's message, as spelled out on its title card, is one of peace... a title card presented not moments after a conclusion involving the heroes brutally exacting revenge on a ninja gang and the gang's Bad Boss decapitating one of his own men. The Mood Whiplash is just amazing.
- Metatextually, when the film was rediscovered, Drafthouse Films called Y.K. Kim for permission to distribute. He hung up on them, thinking it was a joke. Multiple times.
Funny / Miami Connection