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Out for Justice harbors an incredibly simple vengeance plot loaded with enough macho sadism to satiate the action genre's bloodthirsty fans.
If you cut the beatings, you wouldn't be left with much.
As a courtesy to his many fans, the ponytailed action hero Steven Seagal not only attacks sleaze but also goes out of his way to examine it.
This is Old Jack City, a place where better actors and directors have taken us frequently in the last year. This particular trip seems unnecessary.
A muddled yet mostly entertaining actioner...
Out for Justice only real weakness is Seagal himself.
If you're into this kind of thing, it works. If you're looking for a good crime flick, Scorsese it's not.
One of Seagal's few decent bonecrunchers thanks to good direction by the underrated John Flynn (The Outfit, Rolling Thunder, Best Seller).
Seagal's usual shoot-'em-up
Seagal may be a success, but I'm just grateful he only makes one movie a year.
Seagal's accent will give you nightmares, but the violence was a thing of beauty. The bar scene deserves a monument.
Typical Seagal early-90's movie with veteran actor John Forsythe as the bad guy this time and Gina Gershon and the late Jerry Orbach bringing up the rear in co-starring roles. this one is right up there with his best movies.
I remember Forsythe being very entertaining but Seagal needs to go away.
Steven Seagal hunts his criminal enemy like hell.
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