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Entourage: Season 6

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For Vince, Eric, Drama and Turtle, life in Hollywood’s fast lanecan be an intoxicating roller-coaster of a ride. After hitting some speed bumps the last couple of years, Vince’s career is in high gear after his role in a new Martin Scorsese film. But now that Vince is back on top, is it finally time for the entourage to step out of his shadow?

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The sixth season of Entourage focuses on the title members rather than Vince (Adrian Grenier), the movie star they follow, which would have been a smart move had they been given more interesting story lines. Instead, Eric (Kevin Connolly) struggles with his startup agency and moons over his just-friends status with Sloan (Emmanuelle Chiriqui) while consoling himself with his needling neighbor Ashley (Alexis Dziena); Ari (Jeremy Piven) is gleefully hazing his assistant Lloyd (Rex Lee) for 100 days with the promise to make him a full agent should he survive; Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) enjoys a serious relationship with Jamie-Lynn Sigler (as herself) but tires of being seen as a hanger-on and decides to enroll in business school; Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon), is, as usual, sabotaging a good thing (a starring role in Ed Burns's NBC drama). For Vince, however, the biggest thing to happen to him the entire season is… his house gets robbed. Without a film for Vince to work on (after doing The Great Gatsby for Martin Scorsese, Vince's next film is delayed) and no deals to negotiate, the show gets away from its most interesting setting, rendering it weaker as a result. The celebrity guest stars, however, punctuate the season with great self-effacing cameos, notably David Schwimmer, who curses his way through a pitch meeting in which every project has a bumbling role for him; Tom Brady, who paints a picture-perfect domestic life with supermodel wife Gisele ("Just come over to the house. She cooks."); and Matt Damon, who angrily haggles Vince to donate to a charity fundraiser in the season finale. A sleazebag Bob Saget makes another appearance as himself, as do Bono, Steve Nash, LeBron James, and Jay Leno. Two so-so behind-the-scenes features and audio commentaries by the cast and crew round out the special features. --Ellen A. Kim

Special Features

"Life at the Top": An exclusive look at the making of season 6 featuring interviews with the cast and crew
"A Day at the Speedway": Behind the scenes with the Entourage cast and crew as they race Ferraris at the Auto Club Speedway
ONEXONE PSA (directed by Matt Damon)
Three audio commentaries by creator-executive producer Doug Ellin, executive producer Ally Musika, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, Adrian Grenier, and Bob Saget

Product Details

  • Actors: Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, Perry Reeves
  • Producers: Mark Wahlberg, Lori Jo Nemhauser, Doug Ellin, Brian Burns, Stephen Levinson
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Widescreen, Subtitled, Closed-captioned, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: HBO Studios
  • DVD Release Date: June 22, 2010
  • Run Time: 326 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (488 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002BWOYKC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,342 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Entourage: Season 6" on IMDb

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By Brandon Taylor on December 4, 2009
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This season really gets Entourage back on track where as the previous season was a downer for the boys while Vinnie wasn't that mega-star that he used to be. Everyone watches this show because they wish the story was about them and this season doesn't disappoint. Vinnie is back to being the star that he is with all the girls vying to be his arm candy. The boys are starting to do a lot more on their own in this season, almost making it appear as though Vinnie is bothered by being alone, but they still come together as a crew as usual to cap the season.
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By Greg on August 4, 2011
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As a rabid Entourage fan (I have watched all the episodes multiple times) this season, as a season is my favorite. As the Series started and went for the first two seasons, the plot is based around what is going on with Vince, but is really more about the other characters as a group. The show is about other relationships, over pure "Hollywood" fame.

In fact, everyone seems to have interesting stories moving their characters great grounds, except Vince. Eric's story line in fantastic in this season, as well as uncovering much more about Turtle. You also get classic Drama, but in a 2.0 way.

Over all well written, greatly shot and keeps you wanting more. The fame and fortune is merely the vehicle in which these guys get to do cool things (race Ferrari's) and hang out with each other. The show is about friendship, not Fame and Fortune

A must watch for any Entourage Fans, and TV fanatics. The actors all portray their characters well in a well written season as a whole, where many of the characters really come into their own.
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Entourage has become a favorite show of mine. The quality of this was delivered exceptionally well, even with our poor internet here in Alaska. I don't think Entourage is comparable to anything else I've ever watched. I love Ari Gold and watching Vince's movie star career's ups and downs throughout this series! I would recommend this for anyone who is a womanizer - because that is exactly what they are.

I love the entire series - I definitely recommend watching this series!
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In season 6, we start to lose the Vince-centricity that started the series; now as each of the others in his Entourage starts to "break out", there are fewer episodes that focus on the star himself (we'll see that change soon), so the viewer is treated to "E"s fractured love life, the meltdown of Andrew Klein, Ari's business maneuverings and ever-rocky personal dealings, Drama's - well - drama, and Turtle forging ahead with his own life in unexpected directions as his romance with a starlet hits the rocks. Jeffrey Tambor provides a great comic relief at a golf-tournament-from-hell that actually foreshadows many events in episodes to come. Vince is back "on top" after a hit movies and is getting all sorts of offers; viewers are treated to a fantastic "test drive" of four Ferraris that almost looks like an advert. This season also begins the arc with George Segal as Murray Berenson and Scott Caan as a junior agent who comes across as a total jerk as (not-unconsciously) he treads into Ari-level territory of crassness. The celebrity cameos continue, with appearances by sports stars and legendary businessmen.
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I've watched Entourage every season and own every season on DVD to this point. Yet, I find myself frustrated with the series, because it seems like the series is just spinning it's wheels.

We've followed Vince and the gang for years now and not really seen any character development outside of E. Season 6 in my eyes was pretty disappointing, but it still required in my collection of the series.

The special features run slim with this season, so I can't justify a review any higher than 3 stars. If you're a fan of the show and dedicated to collecting all the seasons (even if they aren't great), then its an obvious purchase. If you're looking to get into the show, don't let the $20 purchase price sway you - just rent it on Netflix.
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Lightweight entertainment, no murder or mayhem, an especially fun romp for man-boys, as its all about their bromance and sex talk and conquests. Jeremy Piven is great in the role of the anti hero Ari Gold as is Perrey Reeves who plays his wife whose name I don't think we ever know until she gets a potential boyfriend while she and Ari are separated:, the boyfriend is the only one to ever address her by name. Also Constance Zimmer is great as a studio head Dana Gordon and Aris former girl-friend. Her role is my favorite female one. The cameo roles of people playing themselves are enjoyable. The boys are just that for the most part. I love Kevin Dillon, but his characters anger and ignorance gets old. The actor playing the movie star Vince around whom the show is suppoaedly centered seems the least talented but he's cute. Lots of female nudity, casual sex, and reason to find the entire series misogynistic, but I was drawn too the Hollywood soap opera of it all.
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Well, the "boys" are back in the fast lane. Vinnie Chase hits it big, Turtle gets a girlfriend, E is full of angst, and Johnny Drama frequently steals the show with his over-the-top antics. Ari Gold, super agent, gets a little too mean, a little too bombastic, but he redeems himself at the very end. And that's what his character and the show needed most. Of all the characters, Ari makes the biggest transition. Even Turtle gets a girlfriend, an important Hollywood star herself. So, the characters get to grow a little, if they don't actually grow up. Vince is the one who gets lost in the woods as his friends BEGIN to find lives of their own, at last. The trajectory of the show continues toward ever bigger things, which is a nice turn after the disappointments of the business they all went through in the previous season. Johnny Drama, though, is the best, his character almost turns his back on Hollywood, which any sane person in his position would do. But he shows his true stripes in stunning fashion at the end, and that was the best episode for him, one that really gave his character the depth he needed. Looking forward to Season 7.
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