The Saint (1997) – “Mad Tretiak”

The Saint (1997) – “Mad Tretiak”


IT–IT IS NOT
MERELY INCOMPLETE, BUT RATHER,
IMPOSSIBLE. YOU MAY
AS WELL TRY TO CREATE
PERPETUAL MOTION, MR. TRETIAK. I INVEST MILLIONS… AND YOU CAN’T WHAT ARE YOU DOING
WITH MY MONEY? DO YOU THINK
IT COMES SO EASY? NO! BUT, SIR… I HAVE BEEN WORKING
FOR NEARLY 2 WEEKS WITHOUT SLEEP. AT FIRST BLUSH, THE THEOREM APPEARS
QUITE IMPRESSIVE, CONVINCING. IT DOES? GOOD MAN. WE CAN USE IT
TO DESTROY OUR ENEMIES.

3 Replies to “The Saint (1997) – “Mad Tretiak””

  1. "Tretiak" made every single "Bond" villain look like an amateur by comparison.

    "THE SAINT" and "LOST IN SPACE" (both 1997) had one major thing in common.
    Both films took the entire length of the story to show the "origin" of
    the characters involved… and sequels would have undoubtedly been MUCH
    better, far more likable films. But audiences weren't having it!

    The
    Robinsons didn't become a "functional" family until minutes before the
    film was over… and "Simon Templar" (allegedly not even his real name
    in that film) didn't become a hero until the last act.

    NOT a way to try to reboot franchises.

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