Corey Haim: Me, Myself & I (1990)

Run Time - 45 min.  |   MPAA Rating - NR
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Synopsis by John Gonsalves

Released specifically to combat growing rumors that teenage star Corey Haim was losing a battle with drug addiction, this "video diary" sets out to show that a typical day for the "Haimster" is more wholesome than you'd think. Haim is shown mostly alone, enjoying a well-rounded set of activities that encompass baseball, hockey, tennis, makeup sessions, driving around Los Angeles, recording funk music on his Casio keyboard, putting on a New Jack era-fashion show, and lying on a comfortable-looking couch reflecting on life. Dismissing his fans' drug fears as a "whole misconception thing," he says he hopes to make the leap from playing the younger brother to "trying to be the older brother, or the only brother."