Ronin is a really cool heist movie. Robert De Niro is really good at these type of movies. As always though, I'm a huge sucker for heist movies.
The action was pretty good and it was good at keeping you guessing. I loved how they kept the case a mystery. What are they even trying to steal? A briefcase? What's in it? Why is it so important?
I don't know why but the bullet removal scene was really tense for me. It wasn't graphic but it felt so real. "If you don't mind, I'm just going to pass out"
The only thing that really rubbed me the wrong way was the accents. Yeah, it's set in France, but sometimes I had to think about what they were trying to say. It wasn't a huge problem, but it was noticeable in the beginning while I was just trying to get used to it.