Big Trouble in Little China (1986)
Victor Wong: Egg Shen
Egg Shen : We take what we want and leave the rest, just like your salad bar.
Egg Shen : Can see things no one else can see. Do things no one else can do.
Jack Burton : Real things?
Egg Shen : As real as Lo Pan!
Jack Burton : Hey, what more can a guy ask for?
Egg Shen : Oh, the six-demon bag!
Jack Burton : Terrific, a six-demon bag. Sensational. What's in it, Egg?
Egg Shen : Wind, fire, all that kind of thing!
Pinstripe lawyer : Okay. But if I'm gonna be your attorney, there are a few things that I have to know that, uh, still don't make any sense to me. Like, um, you really believe in magic?
Egg Shen : You mean Chinese black magic?
Pinstripe lawyer : Yes.
Egg Shen : Oh, absolutely.
Pinstripe lawyer : Are you still serious about this? And, uh, monsters and ghosts as well, I suppose?
Egg Shen : Oh, sure. And sorcery.
Pinstripe lawyer : And I suppose that, uh, you expect me to believe in sorcery as well?
Egg Shen : Of course!
Pinstripe lawyer : Why?
Egg Shen : Because it's real.
Pinstripe lawyer : How can I know that, Mr. Shen?
Egg Shen : How?
Pinstripe lawyer : Yes, how? Help me out here. Please, how?
[Shen raises his hands, and a small bolt of lightning jumps between his palms. The lawyer stares, open-mouthed]
Egg Shen : See? That was nothing. But that's how it always begins. Very small.
Egg Shen : We're getting close, real close. And now for some more bad news... Ready?