Mike Myers' documentary debut Supermensch is a flawed and unsatisfying biography about entertainment mogul Shep Gordon, whose astonishing career spans the music, movie, and food businesses. Gordon was directly involved, on a grassroots level, in the success of such diverse pop-culture icons as Alice Cooper, Anne Murray, Alan Rudolph, Teddy Pendergrass, and Emeril Lagasse. He is also, by many accounts, one of the world's nicest people, and he certainly comes across that way on camera. In fact, he projects the very same combination of down-to-earth warmth and laid-back confidence that Sydney Pollack once did. Hearing Gordon recall his life with one ...