Entourage

Entourage

Entourage

HBO's eight-season comedy series continues with this feature, picking up where the show left off. Foul-mouthed Ari (Jeremy Piven) bankrolls Vince's (Adrian Grenier) directorial debut, but finds himself with a $15 million budget blow out. Forced to secure further financing, Ari goes cap in hand to a Texas billionaire (Billy Bob Thornton) for the cash to save his picture.

2015Rating: MA15+, Strong sex scenes and coarse language104 minsUSA
Comedy

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Entourage / Reviews

Flicks, Giles Hardie

Flicks, Giles Hardie

Entourage the movie is fun. Entourage the movie is crazy. Entourage the movie is packed full of foul-mouthed celebrity cameos. But, most of all, Entourage the movie is a bigger budgeted, longer duration, higher profile episode of Entourage the TV series.

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Variety

Variety

At no point does anyone involved with the film ever take this too seriously, and as long as one takes it in the same spirit, it's perfectly enjoyable.

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Time Out

Time Out

In 2015, however, bros only come before hos alphabetically, and what once felt like an innocent tale of wish fulfillment now plays like the masturbatory fantasy of a men's-rights activist.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

You could accuse it of glamorizing the shallow hedonism it depicts, but that charge would only stick if the movie had any genuine flair, romance or imagination.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

A solidly entertaining summer comedy.

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The Dissolve

The Dissolve

None of Entourage amounts to much of anything, other than an insincere family-first message and the umpteenth pressing of the reset button.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

There are traces of what made the TV series entertaining, but not enough to sustain a movie.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

From its look to its episodic rhythm, the movie plays like a compressed Season 9 - a season that has its moments but wouldn't rank among the show's finest.

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