RAD
1986, 91 min, USA, Dir: Hal Needham

Cru Jones is just a small-town newspaper delivery boy, but he has dreams of being a professional BMX bike rider. When an opportunity arises for him to qualify for the Helltrack - the ultimate BMX race - he puts his fate in gear to make his dreams come true, finding help and love along the way from semi-pro rider Christian (Lori Loughlin). Directed by stunt legend and Burt Reynolds' right-hand man Hal Needham, RAD is an exciting ride that lives up to its name.


GLEAMING THE CUBE
1989, 20th Century Fox, 100 min, USA, Dir: Graeme Clifford

High school underachiever Brian (Christian Slater) lives to thrash. But when his adopted brother is murdered, he is thrust into a world of illegal weapon trafficking to solve the crime. Featuring a plethora of skating stunts performed by the famous Bones Brigade including Tony Hawk.


BEING JOHN MALKOVICH
1999, Universal, 112 min, USA, Dir: Spike Jonze

Director Spike Jonze and writer Charlie Kaufman made their feature debuts - and earned Oscar nominations - with this surreal fantasy. When puppeteer Craig Schwartz (John Cusack) gets a job at the strange LesterCorp, he discovers a secret portal leading into the mind of John Malkovich. When Schwartz’s wife (Cameron Diaz) and co-worker (Catherine Keener) learn of this, they begin using the actor to advance their own agendas.


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