Saw Ronin tonight, a film with Robert Deniro. Usual crime caper - just felt like watching a good robbery film after all the news recently.
I don't think I've seen a film like Ronin before, in terms of innocent bystanders being killed. Most films have both good guys and bad guys studiously avoiding hitting bystanders.
This film had people continously being injured or killed, but without any kind of judgement - bodies just got hit and then fell out of view.
Had seen the film before, but just hadn't noticed. Maybe I'm getting more mature and starting to notice this kind of thing?