FLIGHT OF THE NAVIGATOR
1986, Walt Disney Pictures, 90 min, USA, Dir: Randal Kleiser

David Freeman (Joey Cramer) is an ordinary boy destined for a most extraordinary adventure aboard a spectacular, futuristic spacecraft. After a mystifying disappearance, David returns, possessing vast, undiscovered knowledge about the farthest reaches of the universe. With these sudden navigational powers, David is able to take the fantastic flying machine anywhere he desires, accompanied by both its wisecracking robotic commander, Max (Paul Reubens), and an assortment of bizarre extraterrestrial creatures. With Sarah Jessica Parker, Howard Hesseman and Veronica Cartwright.


IT’S MY PARTY
1996, MGM/Park Circus, 110 min, USA, Dir: Randal Kleiser

After learning he has only a short time to live due to an AIDS-related illness, Nick Stark (Eric Roberts) decides to go out on his own terms by planning one final party for his family and friends before taking his own life. However, complications arise when estranged lover Brandon (Gregory Harrison) shows up to Nick’s farewell bash uninvited. With Margaret Cho, Marlee Matlin, Olivia Newton-John, and George Segal.


GREASE
1978, Paramount, 110 min, USA, Dir: Randal Kleiser

Pompadoured tough-guy John Travolta learns the meaning of true love, 1950s style, from summertime sweetheart Olivia Newton-John, with help from a fantastic supporting cast including Stockard Channing, Jeff Conaway, Eve Arden and Frankie Avalon. A soundtrack of wall-to-wall hits ("You’re the One That I Want," "Hopelessly Devoted to You," "Look At Me, I’m Sandra Dee") punctuates director Randal Kleiser’s irresistible teen-dream of a movie musical.


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