The boys are back for another round of HBO bromance.
It was less of a movie and more of an extension to HBO’s 2004 series. Entourage ran for eight seasons (2004 – 2011) so was there a dying need for a film? Hardly. But the gang picks up right where they left off four years ago. Going into an Entourage film one isn’t looking for a Oscar worthy script or effects; instead it’s all about the people. The film plays as a tribute to this stellar cast consisting of Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven. Going back down memory lane and going through the finish line, Writer-director Doug Ellin (creator of Entourage) keeps his film short, sweet and to the point.
Sharing wit, charm and nonstop cameos (Nina Agdal, Jessica Alba, David Arquette, Shayna Baszler, Tom Brady, Warren Buffett, Gary Busey, Andrew Dice Clay, Linda Cohn, Tameka Cottle, Common, Mark Cuban, Baron Davis, Jessamyn Duke, Julian Edelman, David Faustino, Jon Favreau, Kelsey Grammer, Jim Gray, Judy Greer, Rob Gronkowski, Armie Hammer, Calvin Harris, Thierry Henry, Terrence J, Cynthia Kirchner, Matt Lauer, Greg Louganis, Chad Lowe, Clay Matthews III, Maria Menounos, Alyssa Miller, Piers Morgan, Liam Neeson, Ed O'Neill, Emily Ratajkowski, Mike Richards, Stevan Ridley, Ronda Rousey, Bob Saget, Saigon, Richard Schiff, David Spade, George Takei, T.I., Steve Tisch, Mike Tyson, Mark Wahlberg, Pharrell Williams and Russell Wilson). Good grief! But then again, Entourage is for the fans. It always has been and always will be. The film is one last victory lap around the track for our cast.
Entourage is rated R (Restricted). For pervasive language, strong sexual content, nudity and some drug use.