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809.08 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
P/S 0 / 5
1.64 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
P/S 5 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by dtnmusic9 / 10


Saw this when it was originally released, just saw it again after rewatching the entire series. It definitely holds up and all things considered, it did a great job staying true to the series while jumping to the big screen. Every actor is exactly as they were a few years earlier, which isn't always the case with these kind of movies. The plot was believable and could have easily been the basis of season 9. Arie and Drama as usual steal all the scenes and when it all ended, I was left wanting more of my entourage.

Reviewed by bkoganbing6 / 10

Vincent Chase and his posse

I would probably give this a higher rating had I been a watcher of the television series. But I didn't and I'm afraid that those who didn't watch the series will be a step or two behind in viewing the big screen version of entourage.

Adrian Grenier plays film star Vincent Chase who was discovered by agent Jeremy Piven and is now on the Hollywood A list. Getting there and staying there are two different matters. Piven has moved on as well and is now the head of a studio.

Said studio is in some deep hock for a film that Grenier not only starred in but directed. So Piven is off to Texas to see a big money man who has already thrown some heavy bucks into financing this film. His response is to send his idiot son played by Haley Joel Osment to Hollywood and investigate the situation.

That's the main plot line for Entourage, but like the TV series this is concerned with the relationship of Grenier with those people who are from Queens, New York who knew him back when and now are his factotums dealing with a lot of grunt work and enjoying the real and vicarious pleasures of hanging with an A list celebrity.

All major stars have entourages of some kind, the bigger the star the bigger the Entourage you can afford. If I had to guess I would say that back in the day Frank Sinatra had the biggest Entourage by far.

Kevin Dillon who is a character actor older brother of the big star and Haley Joel Osment are the two most interesting characters. Osment is really something else, a complete hick in a sophisticated town who is ready to destroy Grenier because the big Hollywood star scored with a woman he was staking out in a clumsy fashion. How stupid because if there's one thing we learn in Entourage if you have money you can score anything you want.

We also learn the capricious nature of the movie business and the people in them.

Entourage is a good film, but viewing the TV series would be advised for background.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

The gang is back!

Vincent Chase is married but his wife walks out on their honeymoon. He decides to have a party and his former agent now Studio boss Ari Gold offers him a big role. He would do it only if he gets to direct. Some time later, the movie is almost done but over budget. Ari Gold is not happy and has to get the money from Texan Larsen McCredle and his son Travis. He's stressed as usual. Lloyd Lee is getting married. E's ex Sloan is having his baby. Vince is hot for Emily Ratajkowski. Turtle is now rich and he fights Ronda Rousey.

The gang is back and it's the same old, same old. I'm a fan of the TV show but the last few seasons were marking time. The movie has many more cameos. There are probably too many. Ronda Rousey is not necessarily a good actress but she's still better than Emily Ratajkowski. Rousey and Turtle are actually a cute couple. Ari is great as usual and I love his part of the movie. On the other hand, E's melodrama isn't fun. The story isn't quite there. There is not enough good material for a TV episode, let along a whole movie.

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