Entourage 8 Seasons 2007

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Season 4
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Drama plans a welcome-back party for Vince at his new condo, but his obsession with keeping the place pristine puts a damper on the festivities. Ari and Mrs. Ari learn that their son may not get into their daughter's exclusive private school.

Starring:
Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier
Runtime:
28 minutes
Original air date:
June 24, 2007

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Season 4

Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Mark Mylod
Starring Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier
Supporting actors Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, Perrey Reeves, Jeremy Piven, Rex Lee, Rhys Coiro, Dan Castellaneta, Bruce Nozick, Cassidy Lehrman, Stacey Travis, Anthony Michael Hall, Paul Herman, Michelle Lombardo, Sirena Irwin, Annie Bravo, Camila Greenberg, Christina Cuenca, Shamron Moore
Season year 2007
Network HBO
Executive Producer Denis Biggs
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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This is a show that's not just for the guys but us ladies love too!
J. Riapos
The season came brand new like adverstived and I have already watched the whole season, I really love this show!!!!!!!!!
Nathan L. Nerem
One of the best Tv Shows...Season 4 is even better than Seasons 1-3.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By R.A. McKenzie VINE VOICE on August 27, 2008
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I press "Play." The HBO static kicks in. Yet, the "Superhero" theme by Jane's Addiction is nowhere to be found. Before we begin, ENTOURAGE's 4th season presents a mini-documentary (like THE OFFICE) detailing the trials and tribulations of getting a dream project made. This change of pace promises great things to come; the premiere episode of ENTOURAGE's fourth season will undoubtedly go down as one of its greatest.

As the show continues, it continues its solid streak for a while. Although the remaining 11 episodes are shot in the traditional style we've seen this show use for years, things become even more desparate and challenging for Eric, Vince, and Ari than ever before. Their domestic lives and careers are really put through the ringer this time.

Eric continues to try to expand his career, but struggles to get what he wants most: Respect. Vince actually matures more than the rest of the cast this season. His optimism is no longer a boyish laziness; he actually steps up to plate when the line is drawn in the sand. Ari Gold has plenty of issues on his own. If you thought his financial woes in seasons' past made him a bitter man, wait until you see how his domestic life tests his aggressive masculinity.

You may have noticed I haven't mentioned Turtle or Johnny Drama yet. Well frankly, ENTOURAGE really drops the ball with them this season. While the gang's rapport is still very funny, I'm frustrated that neither of these two characters have shown any growth since the show began in 2004. Seriously, does Turtle really only think about sex, weed, and assorted materials? Gimme a break! Drama's insecurities are becoming pathetic, but at least Kevin Dillon's brilliant performance still sells it.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ralph Brown on August 27, 2008
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I have enjoyed the HBO series "Entourage" since its first episode, but its fourth season somewhat squanders the gains its characters made in previous series. Turtle and Johnny Drama have very little to do here; Turtle seems to have given up any chance at an outside career, and not only do we see little of Drama's television work, he doesn't even cook this season. When Eric finally extends his management talent, the enterprise is uncerimoniously squashed. And forget about relationships this season: Women only pop up here to fill the usual nudity quota.

The series mostly focuses on the post-production and potential sale of "Medellin," the dream project for Vince, Eric, and unhinged director Billy Walsh, and the aside adventures of everyone's favorite agent, Ari Gold (played terrifically by Jeremy Piven). The Gold plotlines are great but isolated, often making one feel as if there are two different shows going on here. However, despite the season's narrow focus, you get the sense that these 12 episodes are preparing the viewer for some major changes in the lives of these Hollywood adventurers.

The DVD has a few audio commentaries, a nice making-of featurette of the "making of 'Medellin,'" a terrific, complete trailer for the film within the series, and a solid, 45-minute sit-down with show's creative heads and actors Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier, and Jeremy Piven.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Carlson on September 1, 2011
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Another great season of Entourage. This show just gets better with each year that passes. The actors, too. Highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The JuRK on September 14, 2009
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One of the things that surprised me when I first started watching ENTOURAGE was that you saw nothing of Vince's professional life. He shot movies but the show would end as he left to shoot something and then pick back up again when he returned. I thought that was a interesting choice and the show still worked.

But as each season appears, we're getting more and more involved in the process of making movies and it's really paying off for the series.

We're not only seeing them "film" Vince's projects now, we're even treated to the a "Making Of" featurette to kick off the 4th season.

Still love the show, still want to see more...still can't get enough of Ari Gold's antics and profanity-laden rants. I guess Jeremy Piven has several Emmys and you'll see why when he catch him as Agent Ari Gold. The idea of giving him Lloyd as a secretary was a gold mine in itself and their scenes, as usual, steal the show.

I don't know where they're going with this show...but I'm ready to go!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Burgmicester VINE VOICE on May 14, 2009
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After 3 stunning seasons of Entourage, the writers and producers seem to be trying to make a transition for the show and the characters. Episode 1 is the making of Medellin and the show uses a technique where the characters are talking to the cameras as a "ghost" reporter takes their points of view. It is very well done and the Season 4 is off and running.

As the season progressed, I found myself enjoying the shows, and here's the "but": They were going over much of the same territory. Yes, the guys have made some moves and changes, but there wasn't anything new developing. Ari is still stealing his scenes, and Lloyd is now coming around. There are some new character traits that are beginning to show - especially with Ari, but not enough to give the show its edge back.

That is, however, until episode "Snow Job" begins. Everything changes. The writers have made a successful transition to an entirely new level. The season's finale, "The Cannes Kids" blows the doors off. The writing is superb, the filming is getting better and better. This is the best 30 minute show on television. Can't wait to begin Season 5.
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