BTW Corey Haim was kind of great. I enjoy watching him in all of his old movies, even if most of them are terrible (like License to Drive). A shame he turned into a big burn out and never became a big star past his childhood.
edit: Decided to look up Corey Haim's Wiki entry and saw this.
He made his feature film debut in 1984's thriller Firstborn, starring alongside Sarah Jessica Parker and Robert Downey Jr as a boy whose family comes under threat from his mother's violent boyfriend, played by Peter Weller. The film was shot in Canada. Haim's first day of shooting was with Weller, and he went up to compliment the older actor on his performance. Weller collared Haim, throwing him up against a wall to warn him not to speak to him after a take, and it took three assistants to separate them.
Fuck Robocop. If I were the director I would have fired him on the spot.