A former Secret Service agent takes on the job of bodyguard to an R&B singer, whose life-style is most in contrast to a President’s.
Lawrence Kasdan initially wrote his script for The Bodyguard within the late 1960s as a car for Steve McQueen; by the point it reached the display, Kasdan’s star was one other film hearthrob, Kevin Costner. When imperious musical celebrity Whitney Houston begins receiving loss of life threats, she is compelled to rent a bodyguard. Enter Costner, who instantly incurs the wrath of Houston and her entourage by imposing prison-like safety measures. An ex-Secret Service agent, Costner nonetheless hasn’t purged himself of his guilt emotions over his lack of ability to defend President Reagan from would-be murderer John Hinckley (within the unique idea, the agent had been guarding JFK in Dallas, however Costner was too younger to make this credible; in addition to, he and Oliver Stone had been there earlier than). Step by step, and inevitably, Costner and Houston fall in love. Ralph Waite is solid as Costner’s father, whereas Robert Wuhl and Debbie Reynolds please the group of their cameo roles. The Bodyguard was an enormous box-office success, helped alongside in no small half by Whitney Houston’s bestselling rendition of the previous Dolly Parton hit “I Will At all times Love You.” ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
The Bodyguard Starring: Kevin Costner,Whitney Houston
The Bodyguard Abstract:
A former Secret Service agent named Frank Farmer (Costner) hires himself out on short-term assignments guarding VIPs. He usually avoids taking up celebrities, however he’s talked into defending Rachel Marron Houston), a sing-turned-actress who has been receiving threatening letters.
Director:Style(s): Motion,Drama,Romance,Music Ranking:R Runtime:129 min