The film is all about five characters; Eric Murphy (Kevin Connolly), Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), Johnny Chase (Kevin Dillon), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) and Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven).
Entourage starts on a bad note. Instead of actually tracing the early years of the five men, it actually picks up from where the last season ended.
Vincent Chase, his brother Johnny Chase, and their two friends, Eric and Turtle come to Hollywood from Queens, hoping to make it big with the help of an agent, Ari Gold.
Issues start to crop up between them when Vincent want’s to star and direct the multi crore project that Ari is set to produce.
Ari’s main problem is that most of the budget for the movie comes from a wealthy Texan, the rather terrifying Larsen McCredle (Billy Bob Thornton). As the production’s budget mushrooms, he refuses to provide any more money until he’s convinced the investment is worth it.
From here on the film starts to meander and we have sequences that are put together just to extent the film because most of them are illogical.
In all of this, we have Eric trying to rekindle a relationship with Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui), who is pregnant with his child.
What follows forms the later part of the film.
Entourage is a desperate attempt to bring in new dimensions of their relations, their life that laces with sexy, vulgarity and even amateurism.
Shocking there are sequences that may have been lifted from porn films as this one is laces with loads of sexual innuendoes.
Written and directed by show creator Doug Ellin, Entourage that became a runaway success on the television a few years ago should have been left as a television series only.
Entourage has been a long running (eight seasons) HBO comedy drama and the film is just an extension of the same. The film is all about five charac...1.5