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Tom Selleck REVEALS The WORST Movie He’s Been In..

It seems like Tom Selleck had a remarkable career spanning various successful roles, from his iconic portrayal of a private investigator in “Magnum, P.I.” to his comedic turn in “Three Men and a Baby.” However, every actor faces setbacks, and in Selleck’s case, one of those setbacks was the movie “Folks” from 1992, which received a zero percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Despite his successes, “Folks” was a critical and financial failure. Selleck played the role of John, a rich businessman whose life is disrupted when his dementia-stricken father moves in with him. The movie’s plot and humor were widely criticized, with reviewers calling it a “stupid comedy” and pointing out its insensitive treatment of aging and dementia.

The film’s poor reception had consequences for Selleck, as he was even nominated for a Razzie award for worst actor. However, the failure of “Folks” didn’t derail his career, and Selleck continued to work in both television and film, eventually finding success again with roles such as Richard Burke on “Friends” and Frank Reagan on “Blue Bloods.”

While “Folks” may have been a misstep in Selleck’s career, it serves as a reminder of the challenges actors face in navigating the unpredictable world of entertainment.

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