Robert De Niro, Natascha McElhone, and Jean Reno discuss their characters in Venice Film Festival interviews; De Niro is characteristically taciturn, McElhone articulate and lovely, and Reno charmingly expansive about his character Vincent. ("Is he tough? Yeh, he knows his guns.") McElhone also gets her own separate interview, in which she discusses her concern at being thrown into the opening scenes as a novice among old pros--a situation shared by her character in the film.
Segments with the director of photography, editor, and composer are also included, but Elia Cmiral's use of the haunting duduk theme deserves more exploration than it gets here. There is also a thrown-together photo gallery and a brief, bleak alternate ending. --Michael Smith
I am a big fan of the work of the Director, Michael Mann, and of the genre.
On first viewing some years ago, I was disappointed by this film. Read more
“I really don’t know how Amazon could say this is helpful,when you have Twelve,count them Twelve
different posters (pictures) of the same movie (Ronin) and all has a different... Read more
Tight and gritty story line and it moves at a fast pace. Good acting and best car chase since "Bullit". Read morePublished 16 months ago by peterj
Interesting story and some of the best car chases ever. Great shots of France and especially of Paris. Excellent filmPublished 16 months ago by Larry Sales
Top notch acting especially from DeNiro (no surprise) and Jean Reno. Plenty of well done action and great locations. Can't miss spending the time to watch this one.Published on April 28 2013 by BobbyT
Ronin is my favorite action/drama film and I view it about 3-4 times a year on average.
The sets and natural European landscapes, along with the excellent choice of... Read more
Hello, I purchased this version of Ronin on Blu-ray expecting more then the standard DVD have, unfurtunatlly I was incorrect in doing so. Read morePublished on March 29 2009 by M. Nykiel
I have no idea why I had never heard of this movie before because Ronin is a whale of a good film. I can take or leave most action films, but give me a taut, intelligent,... Read morePublished on Sept. 13 2006 by Daniel Jolley
Bobby DeNiro, enough said. This a great, yet underrated heist movie with one heck of a char chase scene.Published on Feb. 27 2006 by Keith Friesen