Ronin (1998) - Movie Details
|Release Date:||September 25, 1998|
|Genre:||Crime, Action, Suspense|
|Writer:||David Mamet, J.D. Zeik|
|Cast:||Bernard Bloch, Katarina Witt, Féodor Atkine, Jan Tríska, Michel Lonsdale, Sean Bean, Skipp Sudduth, Natascha McElhone, Stellan Skarsgård, Jonathan Pryce, Jean Reno, Robert De Niro|
|Running Time:||121 minutes|
|MPAA Rating:||Rated R for strong violence and some language|
Sam is the name of the ex-CIA agent that's capable of dealing with every situation. Along with him are five others, Vincent, a French operative who can retrieve anything worth retrieving, Larry, the...
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There is little to be said about action thrillers these days: "The bad guy dies, the hero walks out untarnished, but only after a series of unbelievable yet stupendous action sequences." This holds true in Ronin no less than any other movie, it just presents itself in a different matter. To most easily describe this movie, the movie Mission: Impossible is the best example. Mission: Impossible was an action movie with a plot, a strange, twisted plot in that, where all common sense was lost and by the end, nothing was what it had been in the beginning. Enter Ronin. Full movie review »
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