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- dero_dro_acflog...Nov 24, 2015by
Sorry Not For Me
I like to get copies of series that were on cable. I bought the first season of Entourage because I had heard it was a good show. I guess you have to be younger (around age 25) and a guy to enjoy this. I tried watching the entire first season and it was nothing but F bombs, smoking weed, drinking, and lots of leering at hot babes. Four guys in Hollywood with nothing to do all day but play golf, get high, and get drunk. I don't consider myself an old fogey or extremly sensitive, but come'on ...
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- roundhousedogJun 10, 2011by
Watching Entourage is great way to see new characters search for fortune.
A great way to be able to watch a whole season at one sitting with no commercial interruption. The Entourage series allows the viewers to see the character developement of the unique positive and negative attributes of the New Yorkers' personalities adjusting to their new surroundings on the California coast. Overall we hope to see the whole collection of 6 seasons of the Entourage and see that their characters mature to the point that we could accept them with all of their faults as genuine human beings deserving their fortune and the respect they need to become responsible adults.
- hop255Jun 12, 2009by
Good Character Show, Good Characters
"Entourage" is the HBO series about a rising star, Vinnie Chase, his manager-best friend Eric ("E"), his semi-washed up brother Johnny ("Drama") and their gofer, Turtle, who supplies them with weed and is himself frequently stoned. Making all this possible is their agent, the hyper mega-maniacal Ari Gold. Producers of the show include Mark Wahlberg, Doug Ellin and Larry Charles (both from "Seinfeld").
We've seen the rags to riches Hollywood story before, but what makes "Entourage" work is the fact that these guys, even Ari, are very likable. You don't mind seeing them walk into a Rolls Royce dealership, drop $400,00 on a car and then use it to go cruising for girls (guess what? they get them), in fact, it's scenes like this that make the show work. Pretty much everything is golden for these guys, there is hardly ever a downside, well, except for Johnny (played by Kevin Dillon, himself the semi-washed up brother of actor Matt Dillon) who is trying to ride Vince's wave and re-start his career, but finds a lot of dead ends, including in Episode 8 where he auditions for "CSI: Minneapolis" to be shot in Vancouver with Don Johnson.
Season One starts right off in Hollywood, with Vince reading scripts for his next movie and leading the guys on endless spending sprees and hedonistic excesses, all the while dealing with Arie's temper. And, from time to time, actual "stars" show up for shout-outs, including Ali Larter, Jessica Alba, David Faustino, Jimmy Kimmel, Sara Foster, Luke Wilson, Val Kilmer, Larry David, Scarlett Johanssen and quite a few more who might only be on screen for a second or two. And then, of course, there is the Entourage's own "entourage" of women, played by, among others, Monic Keena, Samaire Armstrong, Scarlett Chorvat, Nadine Velazquez, Charlotte Ayanna, Leighton Meester, Courtney Peldon and Lisa Donahue -- literally, the Beautiful People are never more beautiful when they're hanging out on the Strip with the Boys. Then there are the uncredited cameos, for example, including heavyweights Evander Holyfield and Lenox Lewis and, why not, former Playboy Playmates Cara Wakelin and Irina Voronina (quite memorable as the nude beach-goer in the "Reno:911!" movie).
"Entourage" has no moral, other than maybe showing us the reality of a Hollywood in which the "entourage" of a star neither works nor toils, yet shamelessly and undeservedly lives off his success. The show works because the cast is talented (especially Dillon) and in no way resembles real-life people (or maybe they do).Read full review
- sbanx1980Mar 20, 2009by
The first season is always the best season!!
I like it because it made my fiancee happy,his show is simply great and another reason why cable TV rocks. First there was Dexter, smart and brilliany, then there is Californication and then here comes Entourage.
The show has just wrapped up its 5th season and is still as brilliant as ever. The show follows the lives of Vinnie Chase and his buddies that have moved from NY to LA so that Vinnie can continue to make it big as one of holloywood's A-List. Along with his entourage he has his gun agent Ari Gold who is played by Jeremy Piven who steals the show with every scene he is in.
His entourage is made up of Johnny "Drama" Vinnie's half brother who is the poster boy for "has been" celebrity. Then there is Turtle, an old friend from high school that does all the odds and ends jobs around the boys' swanky pad. Then finally there i Eric (a.k.a E) who is Vinnie's best friend and eventually his manager.
The best pat about this show has to be the constant cameos that make the show feel like it is right in the middle of Holloywood high life. But as well as this this show is just so damn funny with some great moments in almost every ep that will make yo want to buy the show on DVD just to experience the eps again and again. If you are not into this show already, get your backsides in gear people and watch this show. It is simply too much fin to miss out on!Read full review
- stylefiloMay 07, 2013by
One of the greatest shows produced. So much more than I thought it would be, I remember thinking the first time I saw it. Great buddy ensemble, even greater writing. The industry's most fab cameos. Jeremy Piven, insane. His relationship with Rex Lee's character... Love! Feels like yesterday, watching season 1 again.