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Crime, Action, Adventure
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Simon West
Thomas Kretschmann as Rayt Marius
Melissa Bolona as Guest Star
Ian Ogilvy as The Fixer
Yani Gellman as Doyle Cosentino
Enrique Murciano as Inspector John Henry Fernack
Roger Moore as Jasper
Jason Brooks as Captain Miller
Adam Rayner as Simon Templar
Kirsty Mitchell as Mrs. Templar
Greg Grunberg as Detective Garces
Beatrice Rosen as Katherine Valecross
Eliza Dushku as Patricia Holm
Sammi Hanratty as Zooey Valecross
James Remar as Arnold Valecross
Oliver Bell as Young Simon Templar
Storyline: 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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Another saint
The Saint was intended to be a relaunched television series starring Adam Rayner as Simon Templar. A few years after the initial pilot, there were some additional footage shot to turn it into a feature length direct to pay TV release.

Simon Templar also known as The Saint is called on by a man who has robbed billions for the shadowy organisation he works from a poor African nation. The man works for the Fixer (Ian Ogilvy) who is most unhappy that his right hand man has grown a conscious, he wants the money back and so he has kidnapped his daughter.

Templar has to find his daughter as well as evading an FBI agent who is determined to track him down. However when Templar sees a certain ring, it brings back memories of the past and a betrayal by someone he was once close to.

Ever since the interminably dull Simon Dutton television movies from 1989, the reputation of The Saint on screen has suffered. The viewer wants something more than just a posh gentleman but slightly shady adventurer who comes to the rescue of a damsel in distress in some exotic location.

This film has extensive location shooting and still at times looks cheap with green screen. Rayner seems to get there as Templar at the end, it helps that he seems comfortable with some of the action footage. However the story is just workmanlike and generic.

The film has the gimmick of actually having the Three Saints. Ogilvy plays the villain with some links to the Knights Templar and he certainly seems to be enjoying himself. The late Sir Roger Moore pops up as well giving his successor, Ogilvy a telling off.
Sit back and enjoy some 1960s style entertainment
For a little retro entertainment, The Saint is not bad. My wife and I got a kick out of this light movie. It was interesting to see Adam Rayner in something after Tyrant. His character had the quote of the movie. When asked if he could do a job after getting beat up, "Of course I can, I'm British".
Really not great
I watched this with my family, and quite honestly, I want that time back. I could've watched YouTube, I could've found something else, hell, I'd rather have watched a supercut of all the star wars prequels where every character was replaced with JarJar Binks. It was bad. Atrocious acting, cheap sets, and sheer monotony were the real stars of this show. There wasn't a cliché too bad for this poor adaptation of an older show. Russian bad guys, stolen nukes being sold to the highest bidder, blatant ignoring of the laws of physics (gold is heavy. You can't throw several bricks of it into a backpack you casually sling over your shoulder) there's the overdone love interest, the use of "technology" to deal with any challenges that may arise for The Saint. I have never seen the original show, but I can only imagine that this "movie" was a disgrace to its memory. I was bored out of my mind during this mind-numbing collection of action movie tropes, and spent the time wishing there was a way to make it more palatable. But alas, I couldn't think of anything, so now I must warn others not to make my mistake. Don't watch this movie.
Stylish and fun.
This is a good version of the Leslie Charteris character, The Saint. Some other idiots on IMDb have given this a terrible review, but I think this movie was well written, stylish, fun and full of the feel of the 60's version, executed to the fullest on a moderate budget. Adam Rayner as Simon Templar is a very worthy choice. If any Simon Templar movie is rubbish, it would be that appalling effort with Val Kilmer.

I give this (TV) movie 10/10, it was a shame that a series was never made with this cast.
Shames a great show
I believe this is the pilot episode filmed 4 years ago and farmed out to networks in the hope of being picked up to series. All i can say it that the networks made a good decision this time and steered well clear of this poor attempt at reviving the classic Roger Moore show. It clearly has 'made for TV' written all over it with cardboard sets & panto villains. It's a shame that the lovely Eliza Dushku got involved with this rubbish, this is one to be avoided at all costs.
Very Good for Television, thoroughly enjoyed it.
I thought the acting superb and the appearance of so many well known actors only added to the fun of this time honored title. Fun for the entire family. Only an old war horse that has serious detail hangups will not like this installment in "The Saint" family of entertainment. Well done.
Good Action
This film is filled with action, and not many many well known actors and actresses. We like the fairly clean language, and Adam Rayner's portrayal of Simon Templar. The thing about this film is that there are some scenes that are rather funny. Mixed in with the action, it does a good mix. At least the males are not portrayed as know-nothings, while the women are still seen as far too aggressive. - Daniel J. Tyler
Restrained by it budget and look.
With the FBI hot on his heels international thief Simon Templar goes about helping a man get his kidnapped daughter back.

Sadly this incarnation of Leslie Charteris The Saint has all the trappings of feeling like a TV pilot made in the 90s despite being made in 2013 (with extra shots filmed in 2015) and left on the shelf until 2017. Even though directed by Hollywood director Simon West (Expendables 2, The Mechanic) it's a shame The Saint wasn't given the same film treatment that was given to The Man from U.N.C.L.E (2015) or the budget of the poorly received 1997 film.

For fans Ian Ogilvy returns in a main role but not as Templar and also former Templar Roger Moore cameos. We also have reworked snippets of Edwin Astley's theme pop up. The cast is full of talented movie actors including Eliza Dushku, James Remar and Thomas Kretschmann. With some action littered throughout there's also interestingly flashbacks (an origin-like story of sorts) of Simons youth. With some good one liners Adam Rayner has a good stab at the main role Simon Templar. Rayner has the voice, look and suaveness especially after he loses his beard in the first act but like the whole production feels constrained.

As a TV film or pilot, even with some good actors and talent on board with a budget that appears to be less than an episode of 1980's Miami Vice West just can't pull the rabbit out of the hat. In a TV sea with Lethal Weapon, West World, White Collar to name a few it's watchable but feels clunky when compared to the slickness of TV shows in recent years and lacks the nostalgic charm given its present day setting.

It's a pity that makers didn't make it stand out by placing it in the 1960s original or 70s Return of the Saint time period akin to a Life on Mars or the aforementioned Man from U.N.C.L.E film.
The Saint 2017
This TV movie is what it says on the can, A TV movie so its not a big budget all starring blockbuster. It is made in the Charlie Angels mould. Instead of Charlie you have Patricia, instead of the Angels you have Simon Templer (The saint) The film does try a bit to hard with lots of action set pieces and Buzz talk between the two stars.

A working mans James Bond is how I would describe Mr Templer. The two stars: Eliza Dushku and Adam Rayner are good all they need is a decent but less busy script. Not a film for purest s. In my time I have watch every Saint episode ever made as well as every episode of follow up series "The New Saint" however this film is for today's audience and should not be compared with these previous two British series.

The film is Too much, too quick, but promising. I hope they make a series or maybe a few more special TV movies. They need just to learn to pace the movie, keep the buzz between the stars, and only have one villain an episode.

It was a neat trick having both the previous TV Saints in this film. Sir Roger Moore and Ian Ogilvy.

Watch on TV-yes, pay to watch it-No.
Not only a bad rendition of the Saint, but a bad movie
The only reason I rate this higher than a one is because Ms Dushku can act in her scenes. The other actors, with such pathetic lines, either phoned in their performances, or had no skill as an actor whatsoever.

One of the worst movies I have seen.

The casting of Roger Moore for nostalgia, would have been a nice touch if this Simon Templar really paid tribute to the work he had done in the role, instead of just damaged it.
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