Rating: 10 stars
Seen 7 times
A briefcase with undisclosed contents – sought by Irish terrorists and the Russian mob – makes its way into criminals’ hands. An Irish liaison assembles a squad of mercenaries, or ‘ronin’, and gives them the thorny task of recovering the case.
Rated R | Length 122 minutes
Sean Bean | Jonathan Pryce | Robert De Niro | Jean Reno | Stellan Skarsgård | Michael Lonsdale | Hélène Cardona | Natascha McElhone | Amidou | Féodor Atkine | Gérard Moulévrier | Katia Tchenko | Bernard Bloch | Skipp Sudduth | Léopoldine Serre | Ron Jeremy | Katarina Witt | Jan Tříska | Lee Delong | Dimitrij Rafalský | Julia Maraval | Lionel Vitrant | Nader Boussandel | Laurent Spielvogel | Ron Perkins | Steve Suissa | Daniel Breton | Gérard Touratier | Tolsty | Norbert Ferrer | Pierre Forest | Dominic Gugliametti | Alan Beckworth | Lilly-Fleur Pointeaux | Vincent Schmitt | Dyna Gauzy | Christophe Maratier | Chuck Riley | Christine Musset | Henry Moati | Cyril Prentout | Vladimir Tchernine | Amanda Spencer | Frédéric Schmalzbauer | Lou Maraval | Veronique Blanc Meyere
Finishing off the night in total comfort zone! Anyone who knows me knows that Ronin is one of my all-time favorite films. I’ve probably watched it 20-30 times by now. I just love the hell out of it; it’s perfect in almost every way.
This is the first time I’ve watched my BluRay of it though, so it was like experiencing it for the first time again.
Definitely an overlooked/underrated Frankeneimer classic. People should watch this film just for the two, TWO, amazing car chase scenes alone. One of De Niro’s last truly great performances as well.