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http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/ktla-corey-haim-obit,0,1628364.story

Thirty-eight years old, died of an apparent overdose. I saw an interview with him not long ago - he was in bad shape. Couldn't speak very well and just looked a lot older than he was.
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Sad indeed. He just could not clean up. R.I.P.
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He just couldn't right the ship. Too bad. He seemed to be a decent actor.

Now I hate to ask this question because it feels wrong to ask it. But I'm sure I'm not the only one thinking it. How is Corey Feldman dealing with this? And more morbidly yet probably true, how is his career going to be affected by this?






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Now I will never get a sequel to Blown Away. Dammit.

Seriously though, RIP.



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This is disappointing yet not surprising. I liked Corey Haim more than Feldman, because I thought Haim was the better actor and the one that was going to "break free" of being an 80's party boy. He definitely had the potential, now you can just add his name,like you can so many others, to the beginning of the sentence: He would have been great, but then he started smoking crack.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.03
    Originally posted by supersalvadoran

    Now I hate to ask this question because it feels wrong to ask it. But I'm sure I'm not the only one thinking it. How is Corey Feldman dealing with this? And more morbidly yet probably true, how is his career going to be affected by this?


Well, in the realm of Feldman's co-stars whom I didn't expect to outlive him, Haim is behind River Phoenix.

The Lost Boys is an all-time favorite of mine, and Haim does a lot to make it so good. Sorry that things went so badly for him after that.
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I thought this animated movie was pretty solid. The guy who did Joker was no Mark Hamil but did a good job voicing The Joker and Batman was pretty good too. My 2 favorite animated comic book movies are Green Lantern:
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