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Old 11-09-2010, 09:09 PM   #14
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MORE OF SCOTT BAIO'S GLOWING REVIEWS FOR "THE BREAD, MY SWEET"
(a.k.a. "A WEDDING FOR BELLA")

"And in an image-changing turn, former kid star Scott Baio
delivers a terrific assured performance."
(Robert Horton, AMAZON.COM EDITORIAL REVIEW)

"Perhaps the biggest surprise, to those who know only his string of sitcoms, will be Scott Baio.
He delivers a mature, grounded performance and is wholly believable as
a man groping with trying to figure out how he screwed up what's most important in life."
(Bill O' Driscoll, THE PITTSBURGH CITY PAPER)

"Park the 'Charles-In-Charge' wisecracks at the door because
Scott Baio is the best thing going for 'The Bread, My Sweet'.
Director Melissa Martin gets a solid performance out of Baio."
(John Monaghan, THE DETROIT FREE PRESS)

"I cannot stress enough what a great performance Scott Baio gives.
He was perfect for the role. And no big name actor could have done it any better.
His charisma is vital to making Lucca and Dominic's relationship develop in a realistic and moving way."
(Wes Bennett, DR. MOVIE MOVIE)

"The story centers on Dominic, played with a nice blend of confidence and vulnerability by Scott Baio,
a young executive who is making a bundle in the mergers and acquisitions business."
(Margaret A. McGurk, THE CINCINATTI INQUIRER)

"Scott Baio, whose role as television's Chachi has forever doomed him to trivia-game-answer status,
delivers a highly effective and restrained performance as Dominic Pyzola, a young Italian-American
who divides his working time between serving as a ruthless acquisitions executive for a big corporation
and baking biscotti in the family bakery that he also manages."
(Frank Scheck, PANORAMA ENTERTAINMENT, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER)
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