I had absolutely no idea what Entourage was about. When I went to go see this movie I had just learned that there was a show of Entourage on television. What I’m getting at is I was a Entourage virgin and now I’m a fanatic. This movie was incredible. Today I will be working at getting every episode made and doing a marathon this weekend.
The point to my ramblings above is that even a person that hasn’t watched the show can enjoy the movie.
All of the characters had a depth that movies haven’t been giving us lately. One guy in particular stole the show. Jeremy Piven as Ari Gold was mesmerizing. When he was on screen, I was drooling. The presence that he has is the best I’ve ever seen in a movie. I might just become obsessed with this guy.
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Favorite movie genre: Horror, horror, and more horror. The more disturbing, the better. Period.