Poor Scott Baio after spending a total of eight years on "Happy Days" and "Joanie Loves Chachi" and appearing on countless covers of 16
magazine, he'll probably never shake the aging teen-idol tag. And that's a shame: He acquits himself well in first-time filmmaker Melissa Martin's amiable independent picture, proving an actor of surprising range and even greater charisma. Even though he's just been promoted to senior VP at a big Pittsburgh firm, Dominic (Scott Baio) still wakes up at 4 am to join his brothers, mildly retarded Pino (Shuler Hensley) and ladykiller Eddie (Billy Mott), at the family biscotti bakery. It's not that he has to, it's just that ...