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Language : English
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Synopsis for Movie:
Joey Travolta, an older brother of John, has the family smile, the family walk, the family haircut and the family derrière. He may also have some portion of the family acting talent, but a movie like "Sunnyside" — designed almost entirely to capitalize on Mr. Travolta's resemblance to his brother — makes it hard to hazard a guess. He's a lot more appealing than his surroundings. But these are so dismal that almost anything would look bright by comparison.
Mr. Travolta plays the paradoxical role of a saintly gang leader, a baaaad Boy Scout. He lives in a tough neighborhood, wants to move away with his nice girlfriend, and meanwhile spends a lot of time either squabbling with his family at the dinner table (remember "Saturday Night Fever"?) or strutting down the street (see note above). He handles the role's minimal and predictable demands well, though, especially in view of the camera's determination to shoot him only in long shot or in profile. These angles aren't designed to make the most of his performance; they mean to camouflage the fact that in full-face he doesn't look quite as much like John.
Another promising actor lost in "Sunnyside" is Andrew Rubin, who makes a character named Reaper appropriately oily. A third player, who is crucified in one of the film's most graphically ugly moments, does a fine job up until then.
This film is rated R.
Nick Martin . . . . . Joey Travolta
Denny Martin . . . . . John Lansing
Donna Rosario . . . . . Stacey Pickren
Eddie Reaper . . . . . Andrew Rubin
Harry Cimoli . . . . . Michael Tucci
Ann Rosario . . . . . Talia Balsam
Reggie Flynn . . . . . Chris Mulkey