Scott Baio hasn’t had the best years, given the allegations that have come to light about his past misconduct. With all of this, it’s easy to forget that Baio was one of the most talented actors of the 1980s, 1990s, and to some extent the 2000s. Baio starred in several hit projects throughout his career. career, but a 2004 film has critics saying the same thing.
Scott Baio rose to fame with ‘Happy Days’
Scott Baio’s first acting gig came in 1976 when he appeared as the eponymous character in Bugsy Malone alongside Jodie Foster. He then landed a role to play Chachi Arcola in the critically acclaimed sitcom Happy Days in 1977. His role on the sitcom helped elevate him to unimaginable stardom and gave him idol status. All the attention almost got him fired as he started to slack off.
Fortunately, Baio never lost his job and even landed his own spin-off, Joanie likes Chachi, alongside Erin Moran. The series ran for 17 episodes before it was canceled in 1983, but by then Baio had already established himself as a household name.
He appeared in The boy who drank too much, Senior Council, zapped, and even recorded an album for RCA. In 1984, Baio landed a role in Charles in charge and kept it until 1990. The 1990s saw the actor appear in several television programs, including Look Who’s Talking, Baby Talk, Diagnosis: Murder, Full House, The Nanny, and Mixed blessings.
Baio made a few independent films around the turn of the century, including The Bread, My Sweet, Face at Face, and very wicked men. In 2005, Baio joined his Happy Days co-star Henry Winkler in Development stopped, playing a serious but overpaid lawyer. In 2007, he made a few appearances in reality TV shows, including Confessions of a Teen Idol Scott Baio Is 45… and Single and Scott Baio is 46… and pregnant.
A 2004 Scott Baio movie has a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes
In 2004, Scott Baio appeared in Superbabies: genius babies 2. The film follows four babies who can communicate with each other through baby talk. They also know a lot of information and are aware of a scheme by a media mogul who kidnaps children everywhere.
The babies are aided by a super-baby named Kahuna, who thwarts the entrepreneur’s plans to brainwash the world into watching television for the rest of his life. The film was widely panned by critics and audiences. It also did terribly at the box office, earning a paltry $9.4 million against a budget of $20 million.
Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a critical score of 0% and an audience score of 24%. Tim Brayton of Alternate Ending called the film “one of the vilest films of the 2000s”. Chicago Tribune critic Ellen Fox said parents should protect their children from the film.
Toledo Blade’s Christopher Borrelli said, “I found the whole thing deeply disturbing”, while Common Sense Media editors said, “These babies need some downtime.” Boston Phoenix’s Tom Meek asked, “Is there really a market of kids who will find this funny or entertaining?”
Other films with a score of 0% for Rotten Tomatoes
The horror/thriller of 2006 The room of disappointments critics were disappointed with the consensus saying, “The room of disappointments lives up to its title with a thriller that presumably left its stars filled with regret and threatens to do the same for audiences.
Critics called the 1988 science fiction film Mac and me “a pale imitation of HEYand a “thinly-veiled feature commercial for McDonald’s and Coca-Cola.”
Elle Fanning’s talent and charisma couldn’t save The Nutcracker 3D from its 0% score, and poor reviews formed a consensus that it was “misguided, ill-conceived, and ill-begotten.” “.
Others, according to Newsweek, include London Fields, The Ridiculous 6, and dark crimes.
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