The Saint Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 7234

Average Rating: 2.5/4

# of Ratings: 132

Theatrical Release Date: 04/04/1997

Language: English

Genre: Action, Adventure

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Director: Phillip Noyce

Actors: Val Kilmer, Elisabeth Shue, Rade Serbedzija, Valeri Nikolayev, Henry Goodman, Alun Armstrong

Plot: A wealthy international thief has one last job to do before retiring: he must steal a Russian scientist?s formula for cold-fusion to a Russian billionaire who?s goal is to bring Russian back to communism.

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Indyfreak - wrote on 01/08/2019

A relentlessly silly caper. Val Kilmer does throw himself into the absurd role. Elisabeth Shue is merely a damsel in distress but a very pretty one at least.

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Ian - wrote on 09/15/2015

Back in the 90's great movies came out so often in rapid sequence that a few gems get overlooked. This is one of those. The suspense of disbelief can be a bit much at times, but all the elements which made 90's movies great are all here. Romantic plot, espionage, government take-over, etc... This is worth a fresh look as it stand very much above the current crop of products Hollywood is pushing out.

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sapien - wrote on 02/18/2010

I liked this movie. There were some very cool parts in it, like when he constantly changes his identity.

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Val Kilmer's Best Role Ever??

MovieAddict - wrote on 02/26/2012

Val Kilmer plays Simon Templar aka The Saint, a guy-for-hire who steals things for the highest bidder. Simon steals a microchip from the leader of the Russian Mafia Ivan Tretiak, played by Rade Serbedzija, and is then hired by the same guy to steal the formula for a scientific experiment called Cold Fusion. Of course, the person who has the formula for Cold Fusion just happens to be a beautiful young naïve scientist, played by Elisabeth Shue. The Saint falls in love with her and for the first time becomes vulnerable placing him in a predicament of fulfilling his professional obligations or staying with the innocent young scientist. Supporting roles were terrific, especially by Valery Nikolaev as Tretiak's cold-as-ice son, a worthy adversary for our Saint who shines in this movie as a …

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