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Entourage 8 Seasons 2010

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Season 7
Available on Prime
4.6 out of 5 stars (510) IMDb 8.5/10

An on-set accident leaves Vince with a new lease on life--and more difficult than ever to manage--in Season Seven of this hit HBO series. Meanwhile, each of his pals must decide which steps to take to map out their increasingly complicated lives.

Starring:
Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier

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Caveat Emptor - Buyer beware! For the majority of this series' life, its bread and butter has been Hollywood satire. It's been the funny story of how four guys from Queens with a small amount of guile and virtually no talent have come close to taming Tinseltown.

Past seasons have been summertime bliss. It's been the equivalent of the afterglow you feel leaving a beach-party in a sweet convertible with the rag-top down and the stereo thumping knowing you have crazy stories to tell your friends in the morning.

This season is a sharp departure from all of that. Everything is the inverse of what it was in seasons' past.

The movie star, Vincent Chase, has always been like the (former) planet Pluto. He's loopy, sort of remote and meandering in a different direction than other celebrities in his orbit. His aloofness is what has made him charming, cool and fun - (perhaps because he's the refreshing opposite of the preening divas celebrities normally tend to be.)

But when he emerges from a life-threatening situation in the season's first episode, the Vincent Chase we see is one driven by a cold fury. And this fury takes the entire season into an extremely odd and unexpected direction.

Everyone is affected by this moodswing.

Johnny Drama, who was slowly mounting a comeback before some unfortunate (self-inflicted) mishaps, appears to have completely given up on his dreams. We as viewers have never been privy to Drama when he was not animated by his dual quests for career redemption and to finally be taken seriously as an actor. (What is the B-actor to do when he can no longer find his motivation?
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"Entourage" is one of my favorite shows, and I own every season. This season however has been the weakest yet, as the storylines disrespect the characters we love, and they are almost all depressing. Vince is going the way of Lindsay Lohan. Turtle is a struggling business owner. Drama and Eric are going through the exact same things they did last season. There is a major lack of fun - the balance is just off. I will remain loyal to the show, but this edition of the series is not it's shining moment.
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Talk about not knowing what you're all about.

Let's face it, "Entourage" (well, previous to this season) is candy. You go there to enjoy some light satire, but mostly to watch a group of young guys hang out in Hollywood, lead the high life and chase chicks. "Entourage" has been a great diversion...till now. It seems the actors want to be AC-TORS. Well, that's probably unfair. I doubt the actors have much say in the show's direction.

This season handsome, funloving, reasonably humble Vince has taken a turn toward James Dean (which is not really accurate; as far as I know Dean was not a coke head and did not date porn stars). He's deep this year. Gone to the dark side. Turtle, newly buff, is now an entrepreneur, albeit a bad one. Eric is an engaged bore. Drama...finally...is still consistent Drama. I suppose dufuses are the easiest characters to write for.

Worst of all, the character of Ari is embroiled in constant turmoil (and not the funny kind). In many ways, this character is the mover and shaker of this series. Jeremy Piven's great comedic skills are completely wasted this season. It appears the powers-that-be would rather see him red eyed and mooning over his hysterical wife than popping off wisecracks and KEEPING THE SHOW MOVING. Of all the bad decisions the series producers have made, wasting Piven's talent on soap opera stories is the biggest screw up. The guys running this show would have had Groucho Marx playing Hamlet...badly.

More bad news. The character of Lloyd, excellently played by Rex Lee, is all but gone from the series. What is the rational behind that? Stupidity?

There were some good moves that, because of the overall flatness of the season, did not work out.
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Season 7 of Entourage takes a nose dive both literally and figuratively. All the swagger of Hollywood big shots like Ari Gold and Vinnie Chase proves to be too much for both the audience and their careers. Ari's big mouth finally gets him in trouble both in the industry and with his wife. Vinnie Chase suffers a similar fate as he falls in with the wrong crowd as his friends expand their own interests leaving Vinnie a bit too much time on his hands. All this would be good television if not for the incessant recycling of situations, especially in the case of Ari Gold, whose potty-mouth often goes too far, abandoning funny for grossly over the top. Drama gets and loses a series. E patches up with Sloan, albeit in a meandering way. Turtle struggles to find his own footing in a subplot that brings in some odd bedfellows for his new deal. Adding a bit of gravitas and sanity is the unlikely return of director Billy Walsh, who should have been given a much bigger role given his past with the show and his character's potential to show contrast and contrition, something the rest of the characters often lack. The show rides on it's foundation laid in the past few seasons where things were better in terms of story and execution, but this season really slips. That said, it does wind up with a powerful season finale that was good enough to have me looking forward to the final season, which I will be binge watching next.
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