This Saturday Night Live skit turned-big screen hit offered a spot-on, before-its-time parody of product placements way back in '92. Just a decade after E.T., it was already commonplace for brands like Pizza Hut, Doritos and Reebok to be littered throughout movies. But these long-haired rockers refused to sell out by bowing down to corporate sponsors. . . or did they? Party on, dudes.