The BodyguardKevin Costner. Whitney Houston. The best-selling soundtrack of all time. What do these three things have in common?

Yes, this week on CAN'T WAIT! we discuss 1992's love song to workplace romance, "The Bodyguard," a movie overshadowed by its insanely popular soundtrack and the sleepy stoicism of Kevin Costner's performance. Among the topics discussed: our penchant for watching movies scored by Alan Silvestri, music videos made from clips of movies featuring music videos, singers/actors, and the singular importance of orange juice.

Tune in next time for Rachel's pick, 1998's "Can't Hardly Wait," a movie about teen angst, high school regrets, and being locked in a bathroom with Seth Green.

Listen to CAN'T WAIT! A Movie Lover's Podcast Episode 22: 'The Bodyguard' (1992)Total runtime: 52:06

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The Bodyguard
R1992
Based on 20 critics

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