“The Bodyguard” (1992)
“THERE’S A BIG difference between wanting to die and having no fear of death.” That’s Kevin Costner teaching the late Whitney Houston (1963-2012) a thing or two in the romantic thriller, “The Bodyguard” (1992). The love-birds have just seen a samurai film, one that Costner’s character has seen sixty-two times, and strolling along the sidewalk toward dinner, Houston asks: “And because he had no fear of death, he was invincible?” “What do you think?” queries Costner. “Well,” she smiles, “he sure creamed them all in the end.” We all know where dinner and a movie typically lead. Back in his basement, Costner dramatically unwraps Houston’s scarf, tosses it in the air, only to let it fall and separate on his samurai sword. Paging Dr. Freud!
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