This slight, over-long comedy about a one-hit band takes the requisite pokes at fame, the music industry and pathetic dreamers who cling fiercely to their rock and roll fantasies long after success has passed them by. In the high-flying early '80s,
the Suburbans had a hit called "By My Side" before vanishing into the swamp of pop music trivia. Nearly 20 years later, the band members have dispersed and moved on, more or less. Front man Danny (co-writer/director Donal Lardner Ward) owns a small local soul club and lives with long-time
girlfriend Grace (Amy Brenneman), who's pushing for marriage and children. Drummer Rory (co-writer Tony Guma) is a salesman, bass play...