'The Saint' Is a Charming Fairy Tale in the Form of a Spy Mystery

'The Saint' Is a Charming Fairy Tale in the Form of a Spy Mystery

By Sarah Boslaugh

Effortlessly charming and infinitely resourceful, Roger Moore's Simon Templar sets the world to rights in hourly installments in The Saint. 22 May 2015 // 1:10 AM

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//Recent Reviews

28 Jul 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Great Lake Swimmers: Great Lake Swimmers

The aural equivalent of a quiet late-summer night spent sitting in the backyard with only a cool breeze, the crickets, and your regrets to keep you company.

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28 Jul 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Al Green: Back Up Train

By no means does this brief, half-hour album musically measure up to Green's unparalleled '70s work, but because Green became the artist he did, it's an interesting document nonetheless.

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	June Carter Cash: Keep on the Sunny Side—June Carter Cash: Her Life in Music

Keep on the Sunny Side is the poignant story, told through her own music, of the life of June Carter Cash. No longer playing second fiddle in the shadow of the Man in Black, Cash emerges from the 'ring of fire' as a woman who walked the line between southern traditions and feminist rebellion.

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28 Jul 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Beth Nielsen Chapman: Look

The big-ballad songwriter extraordinaire delivers a solo record spanning several styles.

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28 Jul 2005 // 10:00 PM

Johnny Cash: The Legend

Johnny Cash was a punk, but the best kind of punk. The Legend proves that Cash can show both love and hate, and fear God with equal passion, and do so with honesty, intelligence, integrity, and class.

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28 Jul 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Blusom: The Metapolitan

Blusom has created something wholly original on The Metapolitan which simultaneously evokes feelings of joy, loneliness, and just a touch of something dark and weird under the surface.

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28 Jul 2005 // 12:00 AM

The Law Firm

David E. Kelley used to rail against reality television. He argued that it was putting writers out of work and played to viewers' basest instincts. So much for that high road.

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Carl Melcher Goes to Vietnam by Paul Clayton

In this novel, Paul Clayton pulls off the remarkable feat of being resoundingly anti-war yet simultaneously pro-troops.

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The Dreams of Sparrows (2004)

Director Hayder Mousa Daffar had a dream, to make a documentary about his Iraq. Not, he says, the Iraq that he sees 'on the internet, on the news... bombs and explosions', but a country where people lived, and survived, and aspired for more.

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28 Jul 2005 // 12:00 AM

Acacia (2003)

Director Ki-Hyung Par considers Acacia his personal statement on adoption in Korea.

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Eat to Live: The 35th Anniversary of 'Pac-Man'

// Moving Pixels

"The story of Pac-Man is the story of America.

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