AV Club's interview with Kelly Lynch devoted to this movie because the way you learn that producer Joel Silver knew from the script stage that the movie would be awful, but awesome and popular, and the way Bill Murray and his brothers still make harassing phone calls to the Lynch household when it's on TV is hilarious.
Savage Steve Holland's third feature after his zany and bizarrely-directed Better Off Dead and One Crazy Summer was How I Got Into College, which lacked for a John Cusack presence. Instead we got Corey Parker as a geeky high school kid with a crush on the beautiful and brainy Lara Flynn Boyle. He wants to follow her to college but has some serious SAT prep work to do before that's even possible. The other half of the story sort of inexplicably follows office politics of a college admissions office with Anthony Edwards as the hip, forward thinking liaison squaring off against the conservative stiff played by the late Charles Rocket.
The final collaboration between Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder was See No Evil, Hear No Evil. From what I remember it's some kind of a crime caper in which Pryor is blind and Wilder is deaf. I know I've seen most, if not all, of the movie as a kid. It was not well-received at the time and has since been relegated to the dustbin of time.
Except for a couple of scenes, I've never seen Earth Girls Are Easy. Oddly, I don't really feel I'm missing much in this weird comedy musical about three furry aliens (Jim Carrey; Jeff Goldblum; Damon Wayans) coming to earth for the ladies and staying with southern California resident Valerie Gail (get it?) played by Geena Davis. Charles Rocket (again!) costars as does Michael McKean.
Additionally there was the horror comedy sequel Fright Night Part 2, the Clint Eastwood comedy caper Pink Cadillac, an Anthony Edwards apocalyptic thriller called Miracle Mile, and Beastie Boy Adam Horowitz starred alongside Donald Sutherland in Lost Angels.
20th - As the Tiananmen Square protests continued, the Chinese government declared martial law in Beijing.
31st - Borussia Dortmund and German National Team footballer Marco Reus
31st - Chicago Fire and U.S. National Team goalkeeper Sean Johnson