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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Best-selling pop diva Rachel Marron (Whitney Houston) has a stalker whose obsession has risen to the level of disturbing threats. At the urging of her manager (Gary Kemp), Rachel hires former secret service agent Frank Farmer (Kevin Costner) as her bodyguard. Initially resented and treated with disdain for his hard-nosed security procedures, Farmer soon becomes an integral part of Rachel's inner circle. As they spend more time together, client and protector become closer still. Read More