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Altmanesque, says Bruce Willis, means ''kicking Hollywood's ass.'' He's one of 12 Robert Altman disciples who try to define the word in this satisfying but square memorial to the late filmmaker. The film dives into the director's attitude toward the movie industry (''I make gloves, they sell shoes'') and boasts clips of his iconoclastic work, such as the finale of 1975's Nashville and the entire eight-minute opening shot of 1992's The Player. But it disappointingly skimps on his penchant for acrimony his famous feud with Warren Beatty on 1971's McCabe & Mrs. Miller is never touched resulting in a tribute that the subject himself might have criticized as too soft. B-
Mo Rocca will stop talking just long enough to put food in his mouth.
The cops look for a woman who disposes of her lovers in bad ways. Her street name? The Conscious Uncoupler!
The spin-off begins with Richard Blais versus Marcel Vigneron. Even yummier: host Curtis Stone.
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