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To my understanding he didn't mean anything specific. He and his team "The Guardian of the Galaxy" can be considered anti-heroes as all of them have a very dubious past engaging in criminal activities. So his phrase at the end was meant to show that as they are not always the "good guys" they were going to do either a good or a bad deed after their adventure ...
In my opinion, it was a very simple reference to the childhood wound caused to Joker by his father...His father deformed his face using a simple kitchen knife...of course, that does not kill him but made him...a stranger....
When Lefty is in the car, he is indeed afraid of being "whacked". He's checking his mirror to see the back seat of the car, so he can keep an eye on everyone in the car and be ready for anything (in the hope he could do something about it). We can see his fear from the script: SONNY Hey, Left, what'cha doing? LEFTY Just checking my part. SONNY ...
Donuts are mostly thought of as breakfast food, while beer is usually associated with an afternoon/evening activity. Besides, at the time there were no micro-breweries offering Chocolate Donut Beer; the combination of flavors was pretty offbeat.
The exact diologue is to my knowledge nowhere to be found in any of the movies. But I think in a quite changed form it is still there in the book's adaptation. In the scene in Jurassic Park where they all are dining after their first welcome to the facility and after visiting the labs, Dr. Ian Malcolm says something pretty much to the same effect: ...
Could you possible be thinking of "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, Zip-A-Dee-Ay" as in "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Zip-A-Dee-Ay My oh my what a wonderful day" ??? From the 1946 Disney film "Song of the South"? Only thing I can think of. Original: ...
Are you thinking of "Yo Zappa Do" from Raising Hope S4E15?
I think no one really knows what happens to us when we die cos even the dead can not speak to us clearly to explain where they are or what has happened to their once inhabited bodies... The point is Life is what we have right now, let's use it well.
I think he may have been alluding to his scars. He takes his mask off right when he says "..stranger." and then smiles and gets up. Maybe he was saying that though he wasn't killed when he was deformed, it did make him "stranger" in a sense.
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