Entourage

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Your best friend's star is rising in Hollywood, and there's only one thing to do: join his entourage. Season One of this HBO comedy series takes a none-too-serious look at the life of Vince Chase, a hot young actor, and his three buddies in Hollywood.
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  1. 1. Entourage
    July 18, 2004
    29min
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    [HBO] HD. 'Entourage.' Pilot episode of this HBO comedy series that follows the lives of Hollywood 'it' actor Vince Chase and his three buddies.
  2. 2. The Review
    July 25, 2004
    26min
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    [HBO] HD. 'The Review.' (Season One) Ignoring a negative review, Vince ramps up his already-excessive spending by leasing a Rolls-Royce.
  3. 3. Talk Show
    August 1, 2004
    27min
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    [HBO] HD. 'Talk Show.' (Season One) Vince agrees to appear on Jimmy Kimmel's show despite a long-standing rift between Kimmel and Drama.
  4. 4. Date Night
    August 8, 2004
    26min
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    [HBO] HD. 'Date Night.' (Season One) Vince decides to celebrate the opening night of his movie 'Head On' with a group date--to Eric's chagrin.
  5. 5. The Script and the Sherpa
    August 15, 2004
    25min
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    [HBO] HD. 'The Script and the Sherpa.' (Season One) Vince's fling with a 'cruelty-free' vegan named Fiona brings unexpected karma to the entourage.
  6. 6. Busey and the Beach
    August 22, 2004
    25min
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    [HBO] HD. 'Busey and the Beach.' (Season One) Ari's former assistant Josh, now a rival agent, woos Vince and the boys at a wild Malibu beach party.
  7. 7. The Scene
    August 29, 2004
    26min
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    [HBO] HD. 'The Scene.' (Season One) Eric is concerned over the choice of director--a loose cannon named Billy Walsh--for Vince's new film.
  8. 8. New York
    September 12, 2004
    30min
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    [HBO] HD. 'New York.' (Season One finale) Sick of being known as 'Vince's guy,' Eric wants a title commensurate with his responsibilities.

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  1. Bonus: Entourage: Series Trailer
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    June 2, 2018
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    HD. Discover 'Entourage,' the hit HBO comedy series about a hot young actor and his pals living the dream in Hollywood.

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FoodieReviewed in the United States on October 16, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Absolutely great show.
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This is a lot of fun to watch. It depicts the absolutely insane world surrounding Hollywood, but told from the inside, from the point of view of the movie producing world, actors, agents, major studios, etc., and in a way that makes you laugh, with great music, and with great characters. I love the cameos by real movie stars, writers, and directors, both from today and the past. Overall, I can't believe that I did not know about this series. I've been watching episode after episode, and just when I think it can't get any crazier it does. If you want to live vicariously through Vince, with his pretty boy looks and devil may care attitude, or E., as Vince's best friend and manager, Johnny Drama, with his anger issues and hoping that his acting career hasn't eclipsed, or Turtle, wanting to break into the music world but never too worried about anything, you can't go wrong. Who wouldn't want to experience this kind of lifestyle, even if it was for only a little while? I especially enjoy Ari, Vince's agent, with his foul mouth, neurotic ways, and ever more inventive ways to insult anyone and everyone around him, makes me crack up. Funny thing is that as shallow as some of these people are, you begin to care for some of these characters. You want Vince to get his movie deals, and for Johnny to finally get cast in some part. Any part. I am currently wrapping up season 3 and ready to binge on season 4. Love this show.
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brokenwaveReviewed in the United States on March 29, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
What a fun series Entourage is
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I recently saw the 2015 Entourage movie based on the HBO series, so I had to see how the series evolved.
I was amazed with how well written the series was, the rapid fire dialogue between the actors is fun to watch.
I really like the funny comebacks from Drama and Turtle as well as all the bantering between the main characters.

I still have to remind myself that these are actors, because the series seems real, like the actors really grew up together.
This is due to the great scripts and cast. I would love to see some of the out takes and deleted scenes because,
I am sure the cast had a great time making this series.
The scenes in season 2, between Ari and his new assistant Lloyd are outrageous, I wonder how many times
Jeremy Piven (Ari) apologized to Rex Lee (Lloyd) for the lines he had to deliver.
Looking forward to the rest of this outrageously funny series.

I have read that a Entourage movie sequel might be in the works, I sure hope so.
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mechiegradReviewed in the United States on August 7, 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
Fun to watch, slow at times
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This show is really fun to watch. The fictional story follows an individual and a few of his best friends as he tries to make it in Hollywood. Vincent Chase (played by Adrian Greiner) grew up in Queens but has now made himself into a movie star. His best friend, Eric (Kevin Connolly), is Vince's manager, another friend, Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), is his driver, and Vince's brother, Johnny Chase (Kevin Dillon), is another actor who just hasn't been as successful as Vince. Its a story of childhood friends becoming rich and going on an exciting adventure in LA. The boys spend a lot of time partying and hanging out, but Eric and Vince's agent, Ari Gold, keep pressure on Vince to keep thinking about his career and the next movie that he will film. It really is fun to watch and lets you step into the life of an actor for a little while.

The only complaint I personally have about this show is that it can move kind of slow. Sometimes whole seasons are dedicated to Vince getting on one movie. The slowness can get kind of dull at times but still fun to watch.
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SanNic44Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
Clever, cutting, over the top!
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Entourage takes you inside the life of an up-coming Hollywood star. Vince Chase has a hit movie, a high-pressure agent, and three of his pals from the neighborhood where he grew up. He's about to get a whole lot more, all the trappings of Hollywood including: sexy women, expensive handouts, and so much more. What makes this show a hit is the unrelenting dialog which borders on potty humor but actually punches hard at the subject at hand, be it the relationships between the guys, the tension between Vince's agent and his pals, or the dynamics of the Hollywood scene. Each vignette in an episode is quick and dirty, grabbing hold of a single point and making it quick, so the viewer has to pay close attention or you'll miss the subtlety. Of course performances are excellent with Jeremy Piven standing out as "Ari", Vince's agent. Piven puts it all out there the way a pro can, and yet somehow rises above cliche to surprise the viewer in most every episode. Supporting cast members lend credibility and variance to each of the roles. I only wish this was a one-hour show. It ends too quickly and I think there is plenty of room to explore some of the situations a little more. Still, a great show. Worth every penny! Will be watching the second season starting NOW.
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JimPuertoReviewed in the United States on November 2, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
I need a refund
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This is as trite a program as I have seen. Weak, superficial, shallow, empty characters devoid of intelligence or substance. Glittery set looks like lipstick on a pig.
save your money. Better yet, get Amazon to refund mine. I wish it were possible.
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Mark J. FowlerReviewed in the United States on September 23, 2009
5.0 out of 5 stars
Wouldn't YOU?
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A few years ago I heard Bobcat Goldthwait's "comeback" stand-up CD (which is pretty darned funny, by the way...) Part of his routine dealt with the challenges facing middle-aging men. At one point he admits that he tries to keep himself in SOME kind of shape for romance reasons: "If it weren't for women, I'd be fatter than David Crosby!"

I bring this up because women make men do things they wouldn't ordinarily do - some good... some bad.

What if you had a group of men - four best friends from Queens ten years out of high school? What if ONE of them became a big movie star, hired the other buddies as "assistants", moved to Hollywood, and generally got every wish of every teen-aged boy?

Psychology students learn that the id is the part of the human personality that indulges every selfish desire: the characters of "Entourage" are almost all id. (The show is most interesting when the characters are able to suppress their "manliness" long enough to show the more desirable human qualities: compassion, kindness, etc.) Entourage follows the professional and love lives of four friends from New York.

The group's world swirls around Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), an up and coming 30-ish movie star from Queens. Vince is the kind of actor who is competing for roles with Jake Gyllenhaal and Leonardo DiCaprio. Vince's older brother is Johnny "Drama" Chase (Kevin Dillon). In a genius piece of casting Dillon, the not quite as accomplished and good-looking brother of Matt Dillon, plays the not as accomplished and not as good-looking brother of Vince. While Vince walks through a world where he is always the center, with beautiful women and agents and producers constantly vying for his attention, "Drama" was once the star of "Viking Quest" two decades ago, and today struggles with attempts to keep his self-esteem afloat in the shadow of his mega-star brother. Jerry Ferrara plays "Turtle", the least talented and only dumpy member of the group. Turtle knows well that he owes everything to the fame of Vince. He's happy to lead a love-life that consists of girls drawn to the aura that surrounds Vince who are not chosen by the man himself. Kevin Connolly plays Eric "E" Murphy, Vince's best friend. "E" is the character most rooted in the real world, the one most viewers would identify with. Vince trusts "E" enough to make him his manager, and one of the best continuing storylines of the show involves "E" growing from a New York Pizza manager to Hollywood power player.

Jeremy Piven plays Ari Gold, Vince's agent. Piven has won several awards as the over-the-top Ari - intense and arrogant and vulgar, but again, some of the best moments of the show come when Ari shows the slightest hint of humanity.

Entourage is a behind-the-scenes show, and succeeds in an extremely entertaining way, in the same way that "The West Wing" showed us a glimpse behind the curtain at the White House and "Bull Durham" gave us an idea of what happens in those pitcher's mound pow-wows that sports fans get to see, but never hear.

Not quite grown up - and with little incentive to do so - the boys live lives that bounce between parties and restaurants, always surrounded by beautiful women, and usually looking for Vince's next project.

What would YOU do if your best friend became the next ten million per movie star and invited you and your other buds from the old `hood to hang out in Hollywood?

This show gives us a delicious "what if".
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D.J. J.C.Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2008
5.0 out of 5 stars
Vinnie and the Boys...take 1
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This is clever,sexy, and overall very, very addicting!!! I loved this show from the first episode. This is a guilty pleasure that all guys should take in. There's hot woman, plenty of herbal indulgence, and all the drinks you can kick back.
Adrian Grenier is Vincent Chase, a up and coming actor who's keeping it old school with his loyalty to his friends and brother, taking them along for the rollercoaster ride that is his acting career. Every girl seemingly is charmed by Vince...his life is right out of a bachelors fairytale! Let your mind wander freely...
I can't make up my mind who my favorite character is but "E" is 1 of 2 characters I love. Kevin Connelly plays Eric, Vince's best friend turned manager...He doesn't put up with with anybody's crap, hard nosed and hopelessly destined to fall in love with whoever he talks to for more than a week..."E" keeps it real thru the whole fantasy world of Entourage with probably the most believable of the characters( you can see K.C. getting decked by Stallones boy in Rocky 5)"E" evolves into Vinces manger as the series evolves...
Kevin Dillon is the ever annoying Johnny "Drama", Vinces half brother who is always looking to snag Vince's coat tails to keep his "B" level acting career going...he's a trip conming equipped with the most quirky personality on the show...he knows no shame and is officially the cook for the crew...
Jerry Ferrara, who palys the role of "Turtle", the mooch of tag a long...but he is about as cool as anyone can be in this role!!! Always looking for the angle to get hooked up on Vinces Celebrity status, Turtle is the wise cracking side kick type who adds the smart a@@ banter that keeps you laughing and keeps you watching...he is officially Vince's Driver...I'd love that job!!!
Ari Gold is my other favorite character played to a tee by Jeremy Piven...he so often type casted as the nerdy sidekick or villan as he was in "Old School" but not anymore...Piven has broken that cycle playing Vinces "ULTRA CRASS" agent. Ari is always in the mix of the main plot, trying to get the big pay day for Vince in the form of his first breakout movie role. I love Ari...he's hard to stomach but then at times so am I...birds of a feather i guess???!
This 1st series is funny and grabs a hold of you in anticipation for season 2...
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Back in ShapeReviewed in the United States on August 18, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great show, great writing
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It took about 3 episodes to really get into the show. The writing is great and the humor is hysterical. The agent "Ari Gold" is the best and he is quick-witted. I'm not sure if young watchers will catch all of his funny lines.

It's the ultimate guy's fantasy. The young main character makes it big in Hollywood and he's on the "A" list and brings all his buddies from Queens to live w him. They can go anywhere they want, say whatever they want, do whatever they want, and have plenty of money. It's a crack up to see what these kids do w the money and status and the mistakes they make. And let us not forget the most important thing...not only do they have all the money and status but everybody loves them and sucks up to them. A true fantasy show and it's great to watch...
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