Entourage: Season 4
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Sure it would be great to have it all, but at what price? For Vince, Eric, Drama and Turtle, life in Hollywoods fast lane can be an intoxicating ride. In Season Four, in fact, Eric and Vince have taken on new roles as producers. Will their film be hailed as a critical masterpiece, or will it end up on the trash heap of broken Tinseltown dreams?
The fourth season of Entourage follows Vincent Chase's quest for legitimacy (and Oscar) through his dream project, the Pablo Escobar biopic Medellin, whose development deal was the focus of season three. As expected, the production is riddled with troubles: Vincent (Adrian Grenier) and Eric (Kevin Connolly) clash over the ability of the film's director, Billy Walsh (Rhys Coiro), to handle the grand scale of a film. Eric even flies in Oscar-winning screenwriter Stephen Gaghan (playing himself) to the shoot in Colombia at Billy's request in order to rescue the script, only to send him home when Billy comes up with the ending himself. ("I've never had anyone pay me not to work before," says Gaghan in a hilarious cameo. "It was nice.") But as the pet project puts strains on their friendship, Eric finally takes a step off of Vince's coattails to become a manager in his own right; his first step is snagging actress Anna Faris (as herself) as a client (in true Hollywood form, after she hits him with her car). As buzz on Medellin ebbs and flows, Eric and Vince's agent, Ari Gold (Emmy winner Jeremy Piven) wheel and deal to lock in distribution and spin the behind-the-scenes drama to their advantage. Key to the negotiations is a swaggering, hotheaded studio magnate named Harvey Weinhald--the caricature is obvious--who threatens the life of any agent who double-crosses him. And that's right where our boys land, but is it a gamble that will pay off? The fourth season, as always, is rife with celebrity cameos (Dennis Hopper, the late Sydney Pollack, Kanye West), but the Medellin plot pushes out any chance for other Entourage cast members to get a storyline (Johnny Drama gets a condo! Buys a hat!), which ultimately becomes a detriment considering that Medellin, as the big finale at Cannes attests, may not have been worth all the hype. Bonus features include commentary by the cast and creators, a panel discussion, and the Medellin trailer, which with its slo-mo, self-important music and bad makeup, is a gem. --Ellen A. Kim
- All 12 episodes from the 2007 season on 3 discs
- Making of Medellin: Behind the scenes featurette
- Medellin trailer
- US Comedy Arts Festival panel, featuring the cast
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This was quite an interesting season - something always goes wrong with Vince's career!
One thing I was a little disappointed in was that Turtle's girl (Rufus' daughter) from the last season is no where to be found. Not that I really cared if she was on the show again, but there's not even an explanation for her departure. If she had been kept in though, I feel that Turtle's character could have been developed a bit more. At least we find out where Sloan and E stand.
There is a repetitive nature to the show that is starting to take it's toll on the enjoyablility of the series. It just seems that every single episode the boys find some project, or something goes right, then 2 minutes later some little quirk happens that turns it into a complete disaster and vice versa. It just kind of feels like nothing ever sticks and it can become a little tedious at times. I've also found that Lloyd's character is starting to become annoying.
All in all it's basically the same entourage that has been a success over 4 seasons so maybe it's a good thing. I'd actually give this DVD set 4 and a half stars if I could, but I figured I'd round up since I am a fan of the series and the season. If you enjoyed the other seasons of entourage you're bound to enjoy this one, but there may be times when you start to grow a little tired of the same plot formats.