Mandarin Mini-Transcript: Men In Black / I Make This Look Good

This line is pretty famous, and needs little background explanation. It’s from the part in Men In Black where J (Will Smith) says to K (Tommy Lee Jones):

“You know the difference between you and me? I make this look good.”

Audio: 我穿這更帥

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  2 comments for “Mandarin Mini-Transcript: Men In Black / I Make This Look Good

  1. October 26, 2010 at 13:03

    Nice find 🙂 I think the English is cooler though!

  2. Kaiwen
    November 1, 2010 at 19:18

    Is that the same voice that did Will Smith in Hitch? It sounds familiar. The same guys did Mandarin dubs for all of the Lethal Weapon series.

    I feel like the Chinese would be more true to the original if he said something like 我穿著才帥 … 更 (to me, a NNS) implies that Tommy Lee Jones still makes the suit look good, just not as good as Will Smith.

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