Out for Justice

Synopsis: Brooklyn cop Gino Felino is about to go outside and play catch with his son Tony when he receives a phone call alerting him that his best friend Bobby Lupo has been shot dead in broad daylight on 18th Avenue in front of his wife Laurie Lupo and his two kids by drug kingpin Richie Madano, who has been Gino and Bobby's enemy since childhood. As Gino is hunting Madano down, Gino discovers the motive behind Bobby's murder. This is when Gino's hunt for Madano leads to the showdown of a lifetime.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): John Flynn
Production: Warner Home Video
Rotten Tomatoes:
91 min

What's up?


You don't work for me no more?

Yeah. Didn't I just say I was

going to get his money?

B*tch, I don't work for

the phone company.

I don't do this sh*t long distance.

Bring your ass here.

Do I look like I just fell off

a turnip truck, b*tch?

You know, Bobby, you been acting kind

of strange lately. You all right?

Just a few personal problems.

It's taken care of.

What kind of problems?

I'll straighten it out.

You sure?


Don't worry about it, okay?

What's he doing?

He's beating this girl.

We got a $3 million hit

about to go down over here.

You don't like it, turn your head.

Come on, Gino.

Guys, we're coming in.

Gino's blowing it.

Let's go.

I'm pregnant!

You pregnant? You let some trick

get you pregnant?

Ain't you ever heard of a rubber?

This motherf***er hit me.

I'm scared I'll lose my baby.

You wop motherf***er!

What the f*** you doing?

You talking to me?

Who the f*** you think you are?

You like to beat up on f***ing women?

Beat up on me.

Yeah, that's right.

You're bad.

I know where you live, motherf***er.

I'll f*** your wife and kids...

Gino, you son of a b*tch!

I got some unfinished business

to take care of.

It'll be over by the end of tonight.

Stick by me,

all that money's yours.

That's a lot of money.

We stuck with you through

worse for free.

How long could the night be?

Mommy, can I get a hot dog?

No, honey.

Forget about it, okay?

If you eat a hot dog now,

you'll ruin your dinner.

Also, do me a favor.

Keep your sneakers clean tonight.

No dirt, no puddles.

We got a party tonight.

Let's go in here to get some stuff.

Bobby, I'll take the kids.

How's that feel, Bobby?

You ain't laughing now.

How you doing?


Dad, can we play catch or what?

You finish your homework?

No? And you still want

to play catch with me?

Go get your stuff.

Thank you.

Stop the car.

Give me the pipe.

Doing a cop right in the street!

- Give me the pipe, and make it hot!

- It's already hot!

I got news for you.

It'll get a lot hotter

before the f***ing night's over.

Move the goddamn car!

What are you doing?

Get in the car!

What's the matter with you?

He'll do her.

- A**hole.

- A**hole?

What are you looking at?

You got the mitt. I got the ball.

Get the bat.

Let's go. Let's go.

- Gino?

- Yeah.

- Can you get down to the precinct?

- I'm with the kid. Why?

Bobby Lupo was shot on 18th Avenue

in front of his wife and kids.

Oh, my God!

I'm sending you a car.

Vick, I gotta send Tony over right now.

Damn you and the department! He waits

a month for one weekend with you.

I know, but Bobby just got shot.

Oh, my God!

Laurie and the kids were with him

over on 18th Avenue.

I'll be right over.

Send Tony to my parents' house.

I'll pick him up afterwards.

Get them out of here, Vick.

Please, get them out of here.

You sure you want to see this?

Give him some room, will you?

Come on!

Check with people.

See if there are any witnesses.

All I got is this

fruit-and-vegetable guy.

I'm real sorry, Gino.

It was Richie Madano.

Laurie said Richie got out of the car

and just stepped up. Bang!

The grocer said he tossed something,

like a card. We didn't find nothing.

We know every Mob operation.

We'll squeeze them to give him up.

You do that. But it's me who'll

find this f***ing guy. You know that.

You and Vicky...

Forget about it.

The divorce goes through this month.

How'd it happen?

Some wannabe wiseguy a**hole,

Richie Madano.

Dope dealer, dope user...

He's a guy Bobby

and Gino grew up with.

We don't know why he'd kill Bobby.


Wait a second.

- Are you all right?

- No, I'm not! He was my best friend.

He just pulled a woman

out of a car...

...and blew her brains out.

It looks random.

Three of his crew were with him.

One has a tattoo on his neck.

I know him. That's Bochi.

He's a piece of sh*t.

He's got a sheet as long as my arm.

We got a city-wide out,

every officer.

We got A.L.'s at the airports,

trains, buses...

This guy won't run.

He'll sneak and hide,

but he won't leave Brooklyn.

I'll feed you every

dope-digging dive he's got.

Just give me an unmarked

and a shotgun.

Gino, you're too close.

Let other cops do it.

I know this guy

better than anybody else.

I know the neighborhood

better than the other cops do.

- Be careful, will you?

- You know me.

- Get the son of a b*tch.

- I'll do what I can.

Why won't this man run?

You never understood nothing

about the neighborhood.

No, I guess not.

You kill a cop on 18th Avenue in front

of witnesses, you're gonna die.

The difference is, this guy wants

to die in his own neighborhood.

Why can't you all piss on a tree

to mark your territory?

Don't worry. I'll be at the divorce

hearing on time, in one piece.

I'll pick up Laurie and the girls

and bring them to our house.

Get it over with

so we can finish this.

Find Richie Madano before the cops do,

and bring him to me here!

What about Gino?

Stay away from Gino.

Leave him alone.

Come on, go!

Sammy, how are you?

What are you doing here?

You still comb your hair

like a girl.

- How are you?

- Good.

Everything all right?

Gino, I'm sorry what happened.

My sincere regrets.

Comes from my heart.

In front of a man's family.

It's inhuman.

Worse than that.

He's not with us.

You know we never let nobody

do anything like this.

If you or one of your people...

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