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a5c7b9f00b A woman assembles a team of professional killers from all over the world to get a hold on a certain case with some mysterious content. The case is in the hands of some ex-KGB spies and there are many people and organizations that will do anything to get it
Ronin is the Japanese word used for Samurai without a master. In this case, the Ronin are outcast specialists of every kind, whose services are available to everyone - for money. Dierdre (undoubtedly from Ireland) hires several Ronin to form a team in order to retrieve an important suitcase from a man who is about to sell it to the Russians. After the mission has been completed successfully, the suitcase immediately gets switched by a member of the team who seems to work into his own pocket. The complex net of everyone tricking everyone begins to surface slowly, and deadly...
Ronin has the best car chase scenes I have ever seen in a movie! And no, I'm not ten years old, I've been watching movies in theatres for more than 30 years. This film can be compared to great films like The French Connection and The Getaway with Steve McQueen. Unlike a lot of recent films (like the last ten years) the chase scenes in Ronin don't have any cars flying 30 feet into the air and there are not 200 cuts to artificially speed up the action scenes. Most of the action, acting, and character inter-actions are very realistic. A real plus is that a lot of the chase scenes are shown from the point of view of the people in the cars (eye level, first person.) If you are extremely motion sensitive you may not want to watch this film in a theatre. If, however, you like to ride roller-coasters you will probably want to see this film at least two or three times. Personally, I can't wait to see it again.
The car chases in France are excellent but the film has an excess of violence to bystanders to the point of unbelievability. I'm still not clear if Deniro's character was a good guy still working for the CIA or not. What was in the box?
Ronin eventually becomes tiresome, but the pairing of De Niro and Reno never gets old.
(4) The ice skate case belongs to the Russians and contains information that they want back. (Details of arms sales? Pictures of Mikhi with underage boys?) That's why Mikhi wants it back but doesn't want to pay for it; handing over money could validate the contents and be used to blackmail him later. The Irish want it as leverage over the Russians. The CIA want it to convict the Russians. The man with the case wants to sell it and make a quick buck. Ronin has loads of cars. The main ones in order of appearances include: (1) Volkswagen (original) van, (2) Audi S8 D2 Quattro (fitted with a nitrous oxide power-booster) (car driven by Larry), (3) Volvo Estate V70 R AWD, (4) BMW 5 Series (in tunnel), (5) Peugeot 306 estate police car, (6) Peugeot 205GL (police car chasing the Audi), (7) Citroen XM V6 (the get away car outside the Majestic), (8) Peugeot 306 diesel estate police car, (9) Peugeot Expert van (could be named differently on mainland Europe), (10) Peugeot 605 (lead and follow the Citroen XM in the chase), (11) Mercedes-Benz 450SEL 6.9 W116 (car driven by Vincent at the ambush), (12) Shooting scene cars Renault Laguna, Renault 25 and Renault Espace and Citroen Xantia, (13) Fiat Uno, (14) Jeep Cherokee, (15) Peugeot 106, (16) Citroen Xantia, (17) Rover 400, (18) Renault Laguna, (19) Volkswagen Golf CL (car stolen by Vincent after they are left behind), (20) Peugeot 406 Mk1 (

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