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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.

1987, Universal, 96 min, USA, Dir: William Phelps

Art student Rick (Matt Adler) finds out there's a lot more to surfing than he thought when he casually decides to learn the sport the summer before college. Falling under the tutelage of surfing guru Chandler (Gregory Harrison), Rick learns the difference between surfing for the soul and surfing for money and glory; he also falls in love along the way. Shaun Tompson, Derek Ho, and other real life surfing legends costar in this film based on a story by GREASE director Randal Kleiser. With Nia Peeples.

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