Entourage: The Complete Eighth and Final Season
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Of the eight episodes of this shortened season, I thought that the first seven were fantastic. However, the series finale ended with a whimper instead of a bang.
Let's start with its good aspects and end with the less positive ones:
(1) The First Seven Episodes - Every character had major conflicts that he needed to resolve in this season. Johnny Drama is on the cusp of starring in a television show that could rival the "Simpsons" and "Futurama" in terms of its popularity. But, he will have to mediate between the strong wills of his co-star, Andrew Dice Clay, and his producer to push the project through. Turtle could make a name for himself as he spear-heads the U.S. launch of Avion tequila; however, despite his street-smarts and enthusiasm, he may not have the business acumen needed to turn a profit. As far as Eric ("E") is concerned, he has changed. We all believed that E was a naïve minnow trying to protect his friend, Vincent Chase, from the shark-tank that is Hollywood. By this season, we discover that E is a shark himself. Some of his actions this season are so breathtakingly manipulative and cynical that we have to wonder if he has lost his soul. As E loses his soul, Ari Gold struggles to find his. Once again, Jeremy Piven turns in an acting tour de force, as Ari ponders his life as a potential divorcee. What does a man in his mid-40s with all that clout, intelligence and ambition do when he has suddenly lost the family that kept his darker impulses in-check? This season we get to find out and the end-result is fascinating. Finally, we see yet another side of Vincent Chase.Read more ›
After hating Vince, you finally remember why you always loved the guy and many character arcs are fulfilled.
Its a movie stars life, there cannot be an epic conclusion as their careers are always ongoing forever.
After a while it gets boring, We saw him rise to fame and then fall and then rise and fall again only to drugs.
This time we watch him rise and see how he takes his best friends and helps set them up for life as well.
Its a fitting ending. feels a little cheesy. But I liked it. If you want classic entourage just re-watch season 1-3 over and over.
This show is so beloved by so many because its characters have heart. Our lead man, Adrian Grenier as Vincent Chase, is forgiving, understanding, compassionate and of course, gorgeous with undeniably beautiful blue eyes which I'm sure melt every woman who crosses his path. But he's not arrogant or conceited, he takes care of his friends with great generosity of heart, mind and wallet. His brother, Kevin Dillon, bro of Matt, as Johnny Drama, is hysterical as the he man but he has one of the more important roles in the show. For the one or two that "make" it in Hollywood, there are thousands, if not millions, of people who didn't get the lucky break, who don't have the long face that photographs well; who may have a dream but who lack talent. And, all of these people relate to Johnny when he tries again and again, and all rejoice when he finally "gets" the gig. And, ultimately, some of those gigs fell apart as many shows in Hollywood do that never quite make the race out of the gate.
Jeremy Piven as Ari Gold gives us insights into the "suits" that run Hollywood, the money men who truly have learned to make money out of thin air. I have a few times been privileged to watch this financial miracle unfold and really, no one has anything on Hollywood when it comes to financing. Most of the country could take lessons from these guys on creativity because when it comes to creating money, they can make it appear out of thin air and make it disappear just as fast. Back to Jeremy - he's absolutely wonderful giving voice to all the unspoken rages that so many of us feel but never speak.Read more ›
Overall, this was a pretty satisfying season finale. Not breaking bad, but more good times. It's tough to see a good show like this go, but 8 seasons was enough.
The early seasons followed a story line but each episode was pretty much independent of each other.
The last two seasons were fun to watch, but seem to be hampered by the need to tie up loose ends in all the characters lives all at once. I believe entourage to be one of HBO's best series.
I am excited to watch the movie.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Season 8 did not disappoint at all!! Very good and worth watching.Published 10 days ago by Kevin S.
Meh. If you're a fan of the show and want to see how it all turns out (excepting the movie, of course) then by all means watch it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Robert Walker