International master thief, Simon Templar, also known as The Saint, is asked by a desperate rich man to find his kidnapped daughter. However, in addition to evading the authorities, Simon must face a dangerous adversary from his past.

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Sonali Alves
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Kal Barko

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International master thief, Simon Templar, also known as The Saint, is asked by a desperate rich man to find his kidnapped daughter. However, in addition to evading the authorities, Simon must face a dangerous adversary from his past.

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Roger Moore (Jasper) played Simon Templar in The Saint (1962) while Ian Ogilvy (The Fixer) played the role in Return of the Saint (1978). See more »

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Referenced in Tyrant: Inside Men and Outside Women (2015) See more »

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15 July 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I must confess. I couldn't finish watching it. I turned it off. It was such garbage that every raccoon in the neighbourhood was clamouring at my door to rifle through the putrefied scraps of regurgitated defecation. Other comments have mentioned the low production value, the awful "acting", and the thoroughly hackneyed dialogue. All true. That being said, an average human can stomach such things for extended periods of time. Kevin Sorbo's career is testimony to this fact. The second- most annoying thing about the film is the ignorance of physics. If one were to scoop four or five gold bricks into a knapsack, not only would it be ridiculously hard to carry, but it would rip any fabric of which that knapsack was made. Each gold bar weighs approximately 68 pounds, so five of them would be 340 pounds. Most people would find it difficult to bench press that, let alone stealthily toss it over one's shoulder. But the deal-breaker for me - the absolute show-stopper - was the impractical villains. Bad guys do bad things. They sell arms, traffic humans, kick puppies, etc. When a "good guy" shows up and does something nasty to the boss and all of his henchmen, what does the last remaining henchman do? Burble out some kind of dialogue along the lines of: "Say your prayers. Because I am about to shoot you. Those words that you say will be the last to escape your lips. After you say those words, I will shoot you with this gun that I am holding. I shall squeeze the trigger, and then the bullet shall become a projectile with a trajectory..." (cue some sort of intervention that allows the hero to survive) Maybe one henchman is verbose or stupid - but ALL of them are, and none of them even shoots at anyone unless they are attempting to out do Star Wars storm troopers in terms of inaccuracy. If you value your sanity, avoid this odorous sack of yak vomit.


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