He's a studio executive who is a star. And in this documentary, which captures the meteoric rise (and drastic fall) of legendary '60s and '70s Paramount head Robert Evans, it's easy to see why. Based on his memoirs and narrated by Evans himself, you get plenty of self-serving moments as he covers his days behind such great movies as Rosemary's Baby, Love Story and The Godfather and his later clashes with drugs, divorce and the law.
So what if it's lopsided, it's a great story and told well with Evans' confidence, swagger and spin moving at full speed. Hollywood couldn't have written a better tale.