Thursday, February 13
(1992, Mick Jackson) “A study of two lifestyles: of a pop music superstar whose fame and fortune depends on millions of fans, and of a professional bodyguard who makes his living by protecting her from those fans. Rachel Marron, played by Whitney Houston and is as rich and famous as… Whitney Houston. Bodyguard Frank Farmer (Kevin Costner) got his training in the Secret Service and still blames himself for the fact that Ronald Reagan got shot, even though he had an excellent excuse for being away from work that day. Now Farmer hires himself out at $3,000 a week to guard celebrities, and is careful not to get involved.” – Roger Ebert. 35mm. Approx. 129 min.