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Ronin
  • Director 
     John Frankenheimer
  • Actors 
     Robert De Niro, Jean Reno, Stellan Skarsgard, Sean Bean, Natascha McElhone
  • Year 
     1998
  • Notable Appearance 
     MP5A4, SIG P226, P228, Glock 17, Colt Government, M249, and more!
  • Story 
     7
  • Combat Scenes 
     8
  • Weapon Variety 
     9
  • High Factor 
     9

 

When an international team of former intelligence agents and Cold War warriors meet in a warehouse, their adventure of love, friendship and betrayal has just begun. Like the honored masterless Samurai of hundreds of years ago, these modern day Ronin are embarking on their final covert mission -- to recover a mysterious briefcase for an unknown employer and to stay alive. The action-adventure is directed by legendary helmer John Frankenheimer. No shortage of gun play here - lots of combat action with too much to describe. The story is a little slow but the combat scenes are quite good, and in the end you don't really understand what the whole point was. But who cares? Nice cars and great guns make this a must-watch.

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