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The Saint (1997)
USA / English
"Cunning. Devious. Dangerous. Treacherous. "
As a young orphan, a boy refuses to accept the name given him by priests and instead chooses to take...
Val Kilmer Simon Templar
Elisabeth Shue Dr. Emma Russell
Rade Serbedzija Ivan Tretiak
Valeri Nikolayev Ilya Tretiak (as Valery Nikolaev)
Henry Goodman Dr. Lev Botvin
Alun Armstrong Inspector Teal
Michael Byrne Vereshagin, Tretiak's Aide
Yevgeni Lazarev President Karpov (as Evgeny Lazarev)
Irina Apeksimova Frankie (as Irina Apeximova)
Lev Prygunov General Sklarov (as Lev Prigunov)
Charlotte Cornwell Inspector Rabineau
Emily Mortimer Woman on Plane
Lucija Serbedzija Russian Prostitute
Velibor Topic Skinhead
Tommy Flanagan Scarface
Director: Phillip Noyce
Producer: David Brown,Robert Evans,William J. MacDonald,Mace Neufeld
Writer: Leslie Charteris,Jonathan Hensleigh
This movie is more of the modern day version of "Robin Hood", only without the bow and arrows. Val Kilmer, plays the role very well. To me in my opinion is no Batman, but he does provide a lot of action in this movie. Simon Templar is more than just a "saint", he's a chameleon in the process.

Elisabeth Shue, is great, I remembered her from "The Karate Kid" and "Leaving Las Vegas", did very well playing Emma, she looked great throughout the movie. I liked the part when that Russian hooker helped Simon and Emma from the Russian Mafia led by Ivan Tretiak. Once his own countrymen found out who he really was, the people turned on him big time. I think this movie was a lot of fun, and I wish Kilmer would put up such an ego. Rating 3 out of 5 stars. 8 out of 10!

Seen it:Nej
Nr of disks/tapes:1
Storage device:Divx 4
Imdb rating: 5.8
Musician: Graeme Revell
Running time: 116 min
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Last modified: 2007-07-18 22:31:3