Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon2014
Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon (2014)
Critic Consensus: Its unabashedly positive tone may strike some viewers as disingenuous, but even if Supermensch doesn't tell the whole story, it's an undeniably entertaining one.
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Soon, however, it becomes heavily tinged with melancholy about Gordon's unfulfilled dream of having a family of his own. Interesting guy.
This documentary portrait by Mike Myers (of Wayne's World and Austen Powers fame) of his friend Shep Gordon comes close to hagiography but is just about saved by great anecdotes, stylistic inventiveness and the low-key charm of the man himself.
He's splendidly charismatic company, as his A-list roster attests en masse.
What could have been a very gooey, toe-curling exercise in self-congratulation is lifted by Shep Gordon himself.
We shouldn't be surprised that this is a love letter to a chum. Nor should we be surprised that one of the great masters of PR emerges smelling of roses.
Audience Reviews for Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon
Most of the buzz around this documentary comes from its director: Mike Myers. Out of the spotlight for many years (following several box office bombs) Myers has turned his energy to the world of directing, and in particular to a giant in the industry: Shep Gordon. A man who has managed everyone from Alice Cooper to Emerill Lagasse, this famous manager has a buttload of stories, and is finally given a way to tell them. Read more at http://www.bluefairyblog.com/reviews/2015/4/26/supermensch-the-legend-of-shep-gordon
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