A group of ex-spies/agents are looking for a new job. They are hired to find a briefcase. No one knows what is in the briefcase or why it is important. The group plans out their attacks and try to recover the briefcase. However, soon people in their group betray them, so they can sell the briefcase to terrorist groups. Two of the remaining group work together to get the briefcase and kill the traitors.
The review of this Movie prepared by Jack Bauer
A group of former spies in 1990s Europe are hired to recover a stolen case. Betrayal, intrigue, and action follow, as each character seems to have a different motivation for pursuing the prize. In addition to searching for the mysterious case, Sam (Robert de Niro) and his comrades seem to be seeking validation in the post-Cold War world, where their services are no longer needed by governments. For this reason they are like the Ronin -- masterless samurai with no lord to follow or purpose to fulfill. Ronin is blessed with an incisive script written by David Mamet and impressive direction (including a spectacular series of car chases) by John Frankenheimer.
The review of this Movie prepared by Matthew
In post-Cold War Europe, Irish terrorists recruit an international team to capture a briefcase with something- we don't know what- that is important inside it. A gun battle movie, with lots of good one-linersd and car chases. Plus De Niro is pretty cool in this one.
The review of this Movie prepared by Dave