The Gentleman will do anything for love; the Hooligan takes that statement in an overly-literal fashion.
From ‘Casino Royale’ - 2006
The Gentleman heeds the advice of his elders; the Coward allows Liev Schreiber to steal every scene in his breakout movie.
From ‘The Sum of All Fears’ - 2002
The Gentleman is always versed in the cultural history of his business associates; the Hooligan sets aside all that education to blow shit up.
From ‘Die-Hard’ - 1988
The Gentleman is ever the gracious guest when visiting a home; the Hooligan is adept at disguising the purpose of his visit from those who need not know.
From ‘Boardwalk Empire’ - 2010
The Gentleman promises to take her heart away; the Hooligan knows that, by “heart,” he means her father.
From ‘Meet Joe Black’ - 1998
The Gentleman meets friends for drinks; the Hooligan requires that people say “hello” to the smallest of his friends.
From ‘Scarface’ - 1983
The Gentleman never gets his hands dirty with ugly side of espionage; the Hooligan ensures his budget for goons that will get dirty is substantial.
From ‘North by Northwest’ - 1959
The Hooligan over-tattoos himself; the Gentleman understand the only two tattoos that matter are the one’s on each knee.
From ‘Eastern Promises’ - 2007
The Gentleman comes to work on time, remembering to leave all personal issues at home; the Hooligan, occasionally, has to solve personal issues at his placeofwork.
From ‘A History of Violence’ - 2005
The Gentleman, when wearing an nondescript outfit, chooses to express his standing subtly, such as with a Rolex President peeking from his sleeve; the Hooligan exposes his Rolex while touching his assistant’s Old Navy jacket.
From ‘Rising Sun’ - 1993
The Gentleman knows what must be done, and does it; the Coward knows what must be done, and dreads it.
From ‘Mad Men’ 2007
The Gentleman always takes his subordinates to the occasional lunch at new and exciting haunts; the Hooligan generally uses these occasions to reinforce his supremacy over said subordinates.
From ‘Mad Men’ - 2008
The Gentleman facilitated the first woman at his firm being allowed to move up the corporate ladder; the Hooligan somehow married this T-Rex and, though they are now divorced, has steadfastly refused to drive a stake through her thimble-sized heart.
From ‘Mad Men’ - 2006
The Gentleman is fluent in every known language in the world; the Hooligan uses only the profanity of those languages to express his displeasure with his woman.
From ‘Matrix: Revolutions’ - 2003