There was a time many years ago when Steven Seagal made genuinely entertaining action movies and Out for Justice remains one of his very best; in the movie Seagal plays Gino Felino, a Brooklyn cop whose partner and longtime friend is shot down in the street in front of his wife and children. The culprit is Richie Madano (William Forsythe), a drug lord in the neighborhood who has known Gino since they were kids. With the blessing of his captain (Jerry Orbach), Gino is sent alone into the drug underground to find Richie by any means necessary. Along the way, Gino uncovers secrets about his deceased partner that he never suspected.
While on the hunt for Richie, Gino makes his way into a local dive bar and essentially bullies everyone while trying to find the whereabouts of Richie. This was the type of character that Seagal excelled at. He was cocky, arrogant and just pushed people around like he owned the place and a part of you enjoyed watching him doing it. He came across as a genuine tough guy and this scene solidified him as a force to be reckoned with in the action genre.
Also, why am I not friends with anyone called Sticks? Is anyone?