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Today I’m reviewing the Entourage movie.
Movie star Vincent Chase, together with his boys Eric, Turtle, and Johnny, are back – and back in business with super agent-turned-studio head Ari Gold on a risky project that will serve as Vince’s directorial debut.**
The Entourage movie is a decent trip with the boys from Queens, NY. Unfortunately, it feels too much like a TV episode rather than a stand alone movie. If you love the TV series then this movie is going to be amazing to you.
I give this movie a 6.3 out of 10.
This Entourage movie review contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned.
** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! **
The comedy in this movie was cool. You’re guaranteed to laugh a few times during the entire run-time. They even made a joke in the movie about making a TV show. It’s quite a meta universe in Entourage.
There was decent chemistry between the cast. It felt like they picked up right off from the TV series. They never missed a beat and it felt seamless for the most part.
Jeremy Piven’s Ari Gold was an amazing character. He shines throughout the movie. You see more layers to his character than the rest of the group. He was angry, calm and even caring during different moments of the movie. The switch of demeanor changed so quickly and it made his character pop.
This entire movie felt like an entire episode of Entourage. You might be thinking that’s a great thing but unfortunately it’s not. It leaves you thinking about the amount you paid to watch the movie when you could have just watched it at home. When you’re coming out with a movie from a TV series it’s best to ramp up everything. Sometimes you would even throw in some stuff that wouldn’t happen in the TV show. This is not the case at all with Entourage and that’s bad.
There are a ton of cameos from basically everyone who’s famous. If you think of any relevant stars from today then they might have made a quick cameo or two. It felt like they tried too hard with some of the cameos and their placement.
Everything felt a little too perfect. The only person to get into any lasting trouble was Ari and that sucked. When E was confronted about the STD and potential new baby mother that was wiped clean in a few minutes. The same could be said about Vince’s directorial debut. He really went from being horribly over-budget to making it all back at the end.
It would be a different movie if the whole movie didn’t feel like a long episode of Entourage. This really killed the score of this movie. You can’t expect folks to go into a movie and receive a huge episode. They should have learned from the downfalls of the Sex and the City people.
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