Shot under the awkward title "The Price of Our Blood" (a phrase alluding to one of those honor things), the generically named OUT FOR JUSTICE represents a genuine step forward for Steven Seagal films.
Gino (Seagal) grew up in Brooklyn, a poor kid surrounded by wiseguys and made men. And he stayed, even though he became a cop while most of his playmates grew up to be gangsters. They have an understanding, and everything works just fine. His wife--who's not a local girl--has trouble
understanding Gino's ties to the neighborhood; that's why they're on the verge of divorce. It's all personal to him and he's got to do what needs to be done. When a fellow cop (and a ...