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The Bodyguard Is Coming Back To Theaters

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The Bodyguard 20th


Young Whitney Houston fans will have a chance to see The Bodyguard on the big screen for the first time!

Warner Bros. is celebrating the romantic thriller's 20th anniversary by releasing it in 400 theaters nation-wide.

The celebration of the flick, starring Houston and Kevin Costner, will only happen one day, March 28th, and all at one time 7:30 p.m. That means movie goers across America will be tearing up to I Will Always Love You simultaneously.

We gots chills already!!!

Though, we have to admit, it kind of feels a tiny bit dishonest to market this as 20th anniversary celebration. That makes it seem like a front for making money off Whitney's death.

Wonder if they would have done this is Whitney was still alive…. hmmm…

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15 comments to “The Bodyguard Is Coming Back To Theaters”

  1. 1

    you know what, sorry to say, but i'm not that big of a Whitney Houston fan. Of course I'm some what of a fan and I liked a lot of her songs and all, but I didn't like this movie. I liked Waiting to Exhale and Cinderella!!

  2. 2

    WOW. hollywood is in trouble with $$ or something. re-showing old movies, making prequels, sequels, …… i think this is WAY too soon to be speculating or advertising this. ur site makes me so confused. ur a good guy, it seems, but your'e kinda a sell out at the same time. you don't have integtriy …u just gossip about everything.. no filters. hm.

  3. 3

    Gotta make a buck, eh? No thanks, thats why I don't go to the movies. Ever. There's nothing worth watching for 15-20 bucks a movie. NOTHING.

  4. 4

    Good God. Who would spend that money to go see something you can rent? Dumbasses. It's a good movie, but not that good.

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  6. 6

    lol its not worth watching for free on Netflix and someone think I'll pay to go to the movies and see this?

  7. 7

    this is a bad movie and it is di$gusting what movie execs will do for $$$

  8. 8

    Oh for pete sake. Who in the hell in their right mind would go and see this movie in the theatre and pay that kind of money ? Go to Wal Mart, I bet it's in the $5 bin. It should be anyways. This is all getting so sickening. Months ago everyone was talking crap about WH and what a cracked out drugee and drunk she was and how fat and ugly she has gotten and now all of a sudden she is a Godess. Well she really not all that. Great voice but that is about it.

  9. 9

    Like everyone else has said, this is all about money. It's not a good movie. It was on cable right after Whiney died and I couldn't even sit through it for free.

  10. 10

    Now thats a front to make $$$$ off her death!

  11. 11

    I'm pretty sure the 20th Anniversary that they're trying to market it off as is just pure coincidental, and the real reason they're re-releasing it is to make money off of Whitney's death. The movie wasn't that great. The plot was very predictable, there was terrible chemistry between Whitney and Costner, and Whitney couldn't act.

  12. 12

    Someone is trying to make some money off of Whitney's death..just saying…The movie was ok but not interested in revisiting it..

  13. 13

    I liked the movie and her singing and if they have it at the discount theater ($4 on on Tuesdays and Thursday for seniors which I am), then I would love to see it again.

  14. 14

    Well, 20 years ago, mainstream critics (basically conservatives) panned the movie. However, younger, progressive and avant-garde critics fairly consistently gave it a thumbs up–which I am sure says something about most of the people who have commented here.

    Fortunately, many people were intelligent and independent enough to form their own opinions, after seeing the movie–so it actually did quite well at the box office. Only one other movie out sold it that year.

    In reality, the movie was quite good, and there are some scenes (like the fight between Rachel's two bodyguards and the ending, which definitely rivals (if not out does) Casablanca) that are certainly memorable.

    Predictable this movie is not. Kevin Costner certainly showed his talent as an actor. Whitney Houston certainly held her own very well (with the possible exception of the hotel balcony scene, which I felt was weak).

    If you haven't seen it, it's worth viewing on the big screen. I know people who have revisited this movie at least a couple of times, including me.

  15. 15

    Re: Aladdin Sane – Virtually every movie that has ever been made was released or re-released for profit? (If you'd care to dispute that assertion, be my guest.) If someone dies and people are talking about a particular movie that person made–and people have been talking about "The Bodyguard" lately, there's a pretty good chance that it may be re-released.

    Predictable? Really? So, exactly how long did it take you to figure out who was the most dangerous and immediate threat to Rachel's life? Were you really able to predict Rachel would walk away from Frank Farmer? Wow, you're good!

    I'll be honest with you. You are the first person I have ever encountered who has said the chemistry between those two was not good. I wonder what that means, but I'd be willing to bet that you know precisely what that means.

    Incidentally, off-camera, those two bonded like glue–which worried quite a few people since they were both married to someone else. Costner divorced not long after the movie was released, and that surprised no one.