Movie Quotes results for Black+mama
Movie Name: Black Mama, White Mama (1973)
Lee Daniels: Some jive-ass revolution dont mean shit to me!
Movie Name: Black Mama, White Mama (1973)
Ruben: I dont like cops. And cops dont like me.
Movie Name: Mama Black Widow (2011)
Otis Tilson: ...my reason for telling my story is not money. Im
doing it for my poor dead Papa and myself and the thousands of
black men like him in ghetto torture chambers who have been and
will be niggerized and deballed by the white power structure and
its thrill-kill police...
Movie Name: Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2005)
Myrtle: [the dogs wearing Madeas house arrest ankle bracelet]
Whats that thing on the dog?
Helen: A flea and tick thing, Mama.
Myrtle: It dont look like no flea and tick thing. Madea. Whats this
thing on the dog?
Movie Name: Men in Black II (2002)
Agent J: [Jay is hiding Laura at the Worms place] Heres my
communicator. Youll be safe here.
Worms: [Laura kisses Jay] Whooooh!
Agent J: Uh... just... watch out for Neeble.
Laura: Which ones Neeble?
Agent J: Um... err... which one o yalls Neeble?
Neeble: Yo, mama!
Agent J: Ah, there ya go. And... uh... dont fall asleep. [Jay exits]
Movie Name: Black Belt Jones (1974)
Pinky: Choose money over honey? Shiiiiit. Man, you can pull out my
groin, just gimme that coin! Man, Id rather be dead than not have
any bread! Pinkys mama didnt raise no fool!
Movie Name: Black Caesar (1973)
Reverend Rufus: Mama! Does Tommy know youre here?
Mama Gibbs: Pray for him, Rufus... you were always a good boy, pray
Reverend Rufus: Okay Mama, well pray for him.
Movie Name: Black Caesar (1973)
Tommy Gibbs: You can sleep until noon, if you want anything, just
press a button.
Mama Gibbs: Me? Live in this apartment? Why theyd hang me right off
that terrace, Jew folks aint even allowed here.
Movie Name: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990)
Keith: Black parents and white parents are just different, no better,
no worse. Like Poltergeist, little white girl gets trapped in the
TV, the moms all hysterics, crying, "Aahhh! Carolyns in the TV!
What are we gonna do?" You know if that had been a black mama, she
wouldve been proud. Shed call her friends, "Girl, turn to channel
two. My babys on TV!"
Movie Name: The Boondocks (2005)
Robert Granddad Freeman: Do you know how long I wanted to own my
Huey Freeman: Three weeks. At Sunday dinner, that was the first time
you mentioned it. And you only started doin the stupid Sunday
dinner thing because you saw Soul Food on cable.
Huey Freeman: Were gonna pause this for the benefit of all yall
that never saw Soul Food. Soul Food is a movie about a big,
humongous, black grandmother, aptly named Big Mama. Big Mama
demonstrates her love by feeding herself and her offspring enormous
amounts of pig lard. Then - get this - Big Mamas arteries are so
clogged, they gotta amputate her arm.
Robert Granddad Freeman: It was her leg!
Huey Freeman: Right, OK, whatever, leg. Then, she dies from a heart
attack or another stroke or somethin. And what does the family do
after she dies? They get together for a Sunday dinner and eat the
same food that just killed Big Mama. The *same* food. They didnt
learn a lesson, nobody went on a diet, and thats the end of the
Robert Granddad Freeman: Sunday dinners was my idea! They got that
Movie Name: Drawn Together (2004)
Princess Clara: What is this thing in my mouth? / Its slippery and
its slimy / Travelling down my slender virgin pink esophagus. /
Some black chicks tongue. / Its such a new sensation.
Foxxy Love: I got a mayonnaise mama on my lickin hole / And weve
only just begun...
Princess Clara: Its really quite thrilling...
Foxxy Love: Its right. Now you know...
Princess Clara: I can taste a filling...
Foxxy Love: And its solid gold...
Princess Clara: I never dreamed I would be so willing / To let myself
Foxxy Love: Tell me about it! / Im totally frenching a racist ho!
Princess Clara, Foxxy Love: This black chicks tongue
Princess Clara: What a wonderful feeling
Foxxy Love: Damn whered this bitch get her earrings?
Princess Clara: Ive never had so much fun
Princess Clara, Foxxy Love: As with this black chicks tongue.
Captain Hero: How cool is this? / Weve only been here a day / And I
already find myself in a 3-way!
Movie Name: Chappelles Show (2003)
Quills: [screaming] All right, nigga! Get butt naked right now!
Leonard Washington: [calm] First of all, I think ybetter watch your
tone son. Im Leonard Washington. I dont get butt naked for
[holds up wad of money]
Leonard Washington: You want this roll, nigga? You gonna have to
shoot me for it.
[shoots him in the knee, takes the money]
Leonard Washington: GOD DAMN, NIGGA! WHAT THE HELL WRONG WITH YOU!
THATS WHY BLACK PEOPLE CANT HAVE ANYTHING! YOUR MAMA AINT SHIT!
Movie Name: The Wire (2002)
Brother Mouzone: Gentlemen!
Melvin Cheese Flagstaff: Whassup, my brother? Oh, what what what,
uh, you slinging bean pies up in here or something? You with the
Nation, homey? Cause either you a Muslim, or your mama need to
stop laying your clothes out in the morning.
Brother Mouzone: Im here to represent the interests of a Mr.
Barksdale. Are you familiar with Mr. Barksdale?
Melvin Cheese Flagstaff: Yeah, that name ring out, but so do mine.
Brother Mouzone: And you are?
Melvin Cheese Flagstaff: Cheese, man.
Brother Mouzone: Mr. Cheese. I see. And who do you work for, Mr.
Melvin Cheese Flagstaff: Who I work for?
Brother Mouzone: Am I correct in assuming that you are not employed
by Mr. Barksdale?
Melvin Cheese Flagstaff: Hell, yeah.
Brother Mouzone: Because if that is the case, then I have to insist
that you leave.
Melvin Cheese Flagstaff: This nigger serious?
Brother Mouzone: Let me be emphatic: You need to take your black ass
across Charles Street where it belongs.
Movie Name: Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel (2002)
Shock-G: All of the Biggie versus Pac heads... First of all, Biggies
gonna win hands down if youre talking flow. Strictly from a rhythm
standpoint, Biggie is a swinger. He swings like a horn player over
jazz. "B-I, G-P-O, P-P-A, no-in-fo, for-the, D-E-A". He put more
emphasis on the "uh-UH, uh-UH-uh..." He just spelling his name.
When people say Pac is the best rapper of all time, they dont just
mean hes the best rapper, they just mean what he had to say was
most potent, most relevant, and that he was the better... human
being. Tupac pulled from Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, all the
good... speakers. "Even though you was a crack FIEND mama, you
always was a black QUEEN mama." Its like pouring those words out
because you mean it.
Movie Name: Cedric the Entertainer Presents (2002)
Cafeteria Lady: The green beans are for the children. Children like
little Joey. Familys so po they house sittin on a kickstand!
Cafeteria Lady: Come back here, Joey! You know yo mama aint comin
back till last call!
Cafeteria Lady: Somebody need to get they white mama to get they
black grandma and teach her how to do her hair!
Movie Name: Barbershop (2002)
Ricky: We dont need reparations! We need restraint!
Ricky: "Restraint"! Some discipline! Dont go out and buy a Range
Rover when you livin with your mama! And pay your mama some rent!
And can we please, please, *please* try and teach our kids
something other than the "Chronic" album? And *please*, Black
people, try and be on time for something other than free before
eleven at the club!
Movie Name: Double Take (2001)
[Freddy is walking through the desert, and sees a vulture]
Freddie Tiffany: Hows your mama? We went out. You know, youd make a
nice 9-piece. You know we black people like chicken! You see any
flies on me?
[the vulture starts flying toward Freddy]
Freddie Tiffany: Im just playin!
Movie Name: Trippin (1999)
LaDomal: Hey you African booty scratcher! It look like you just got
off the Amistad party boat!
Z-Boy: Sinque, give us free!
Fish: Ill give you some fat free water thats what you need!
Fish: Hey are those legs recycable? Mr. Gump? You know I need a
screw. Gimme one of them.
Z-Boy: I screwed yo mama!
LaDomal: You know what nigga I know why your car broke nigga.
Fish: Why is that?
LaDomal: Cause everytime yo lil black ass get out of it the oil
light come on nigga!
Movie Name: Soul Food (1997)
Maxine: Ahmad, what are you doin in the ladies bathroom?
Ahmad: Yo Bird! Big Mama said to bring yo black ass out there!
Maxine: Boy, Big Mama told nobodys black ass to go nowhere!
Movie Name: The Crucible (1996)
Betty Parris: I want my mama.
Abigail Williams: Your mamas dead and buried.
Betty Parris: Ill find her! Let me fly! Mama! No!
Abigail Williams: Why are you doing this? I told you, he knows now.
Betty Parris: You drank blood Abby. Did you tell him that?
[Abby slaps Betty]
Abigail Williams: Dont you ever say that again!
Betty Parris: You drank a charm to kill John Proctors wife! You
drank a charm to kill Goody Proctor!
[Abby throws Betty on the bed and starts hitting her]
Abigail Williams: Shut up! All of you. We danced. That is all, and
mark this, if anyone breathe a word or the edge of a word about the
other things, I will come to you in the black of some terrible
night, and I will bring with me a pointy reckoning that will
shudder you! And you know I can do it. I saw Indians smash my dear
parents heads on the pillow next to mine. And I have seen some
reddish work done at night. And I can make you wish you had never
seen the sun go down!
Movie Name: Addams Family Values (1993)
Morticia: My baby is ill and my husband is dying. Oh Mama, What shall
Grandma: Well, you have a black dress.
Movie Name: The Women of Brewster Place (1989)
Kiswana: Melanie, what help are you going to be to these people on
Brewster while youre living hand-to-mouth on file-clerk jobs
waiting for a revolution? Youre wasting your talents, child.
Mrs. Browne: Well, I dont think theyre being wasted. At least Im
here in day-to-day contact with my people. What good would I be
after four or five years of a lot of white brainwashing in some
phony, prestige institution, huh? Id be like you and Daddy and
those other educated blacks sitting over there in Linden Hills with
a terminal case of middle-class amnesia.
Mrs. Browne: You dont have to live in a slum to be concerned about
social conditions, Melanie. Your father and I have been charter
members of the NAACP for the last twenty-five years.
Kiswana: [rolling her eyes] Oh, God! THATS being concerned? That
middle-of-the-road, Uncle Tom dumping ground for Black Republicans!
Mrs. Browne: You can sneer all you want, young lady, but that
organization has been working for black people since the turn of
the century, and its still working for them. Where are all those
radical groups of yours that were going to put a Cadillac in every
garage and Dick Gregory in the White House? Ill tell you where.
They burned themselves out because they wanted too much too fast.
Their goals werent grounded in reality. And thats always been
Kiswana: What do you mean, my problem? I know exactly what Im about.
Mrs. Browne: No, you dont. You constantly live in a fantasy world,
always going to extremes, turning butterflies into eagles, and life
isnt about that. Its accepting what is and working from that.
Lord, I remember how worried you had me, putting all that lacquered
hair spray on your head. I thought you were going to get lung
cancer, trying to be what youre not.
Kiswana: [in a frustrated tone] Oh, God, I cant take this anymore.
Trying to be something Im not, trying to be something Im not,
Mama? Trying to be proud of my heritage and the fact that I was of
African descent. If thats being what Im not then I say fine. But
Id rather be dead than be like you: a white man nigger whos
ashamed of being black!
Mrs. Browne: [grabs Kiswana and stares into her eyes, speaking
fiercely] My grandmother was a full-blooded Iroquois, and my
grandfather a free black from a long line of journeymen who had
lived in Connecticut since the establishment of the colonies. And
my father was a Bajan who came to this country as a cabin boy on a
Kiswana: [quietly] I know all that.
Mrs. Browne: [squeezing Kiswana even tighter] Then, know this. I am
alive because of the blood of proud people who never scraped or
begged or apologized for what they were. They lived asking for only
one thing of this world: to be allowed to be. And I learned through
the blood of these people that black isnt beautiful and it isnt
ugly; black is! Its not kinky hair and its not straight hair; it
just is. It broke my heart when you changed your name. I gave you
my grandmother name, a woman who bore nine children and educated
them all, who held off six white men with a shotgun when they tried
to drag one of her sons to jail for not knowing his place. Yet
you needed to reach into an African dictionary to make you proud.
When I brought my babies home from the hospital, my ebony son and
my golden daughter, I swore before whatever gods would listen,
those of my mothers people or those of my fathers people, that I
would use everything I had and could ever get to see that my
children were prepared to meet this world on its own terms, so that
on one could sell them short and make them ashamed of what they
were or how they looked, whatever they were or however they looked.
And Melanie, thats not being white or red or black. Thats being a
Movie Name: The Richard Pryor Show (1977)
Black Samurai: How was that, mama?
Movie Name: The Great White Hope (1970)
Reporter: Now youre the first black man in the history of the ring
whos ever had a crack at the heavyweight title. Now white folks,
of course, are behind Brady. Hes the redeemer of the race and so
on. But you, Jack Jefferson, are you the black hope?
Jack Jefferson: Well, Im black and Im hopin.
Goldie: Answer him straight, Jack.
Jack Jefferson: Hey, look, man, I aint fighting for no race, I aint
redeeming nobody. My mama told me *Mr. Lincoln* done that. Aint
that why you shot him?
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