Chris Columbus joins HuffPost Live and talks about why it's hard to make a "Goonies" sequel.
The actor expressed his support for fans who want Trump's seven seconds of screen time scrapped from future broadcasts of the holiday comedy.
The former president made a cameo appearance in the festive sequel back in 1992.
Twenty-five years later, the comedian, who played a smarmy bellhop, recalls the film with fondness.
It's just aggressively mediocre, and pretty much vanishes from your brainpan as soon as the credits start rolling and you've hit your mental "reset" button on your way out the door. In that sense, I guess it fits right in with the extensive oeuvre of star Adam Sandler.
It's important for me to fall in love with people while I'm interviewing them and writing about them, but there's usually a half-life. After a while, you barely remember them. Robin was different. He made me more vivid to myself, and you don't get that every day.