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Entourage: Season 8

Jeremy Piven , Adrian Grenier    DVD
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sad to see it end but what a great ride it's been!! April 30 2012
Congratulations Entourage/ HBO for an amazing series from beginning to end! I also must give credit, because unlike other series that just seem to drag on for the last few years, Entourage pulled the plug at the right time! We saw the boys grow up from kids to men, had lots of fun and laughs, deal with fame and fortune and the pitfalls of life. This series won't change your life or anything, but what awesome entertainment! I'm not going to ruin anything for you by telling you about the final season but I will say that everything comes to a well rounded finale which just left me feeling happy. A great final season and a fantastic series, I will miss it but I'll take "quality" over "quantity" anyday! Entourage delivered right to the bitter end, and I loved it! ENJOY!
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5.0 out of 5 stars As Described!! July 4 2014
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As described and exactly what I was looking for!! Thanks a lot!!! Easy transaction!!! A++++ Service!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best season yet! Feb. 27 2014
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This was am amazing seaon of Entourage and a great way to end the series.

I would definately recommend this season
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ENTOURAGE - SEASON 8 Dec 5 2012
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This is a 'reality show' that is really good, unlike so many others. The premise is unlikely, but it achieves a following.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Mixed Review Oct. 3 2011
By J. McQueen - Published on Amazon.com
This is another season that will divide fans because everyone has their own opinion about how the season was supposed to end.

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. Vince is clean and sober after a court-mandated rehab stint. Internalizing the lessons of his sobriety support group, Vince decides that he is going to enrich the lives of those around him --- by any means necessary. Vince's aggressively good-intentioned meddling in the lives of others has both some awkwardly comedic and shockingly tragic ramifications. Overall Grade for these 7 episodes: A -minus)

(2) The Final Episode - The series finale seemed disjointed and oddly anti-climatic. This is particularly unfortunate since there were four episodes in the final season which are amongst the best of the series. HBO, as a whole, has been very hit-or-miss in how it concludes series. The finale to the Sopranos ended abruptly. While ambiguity can be a good thing,that finale seemed to do the series a disservice. Conversely, the finale to Six Feet Under was one of the best I have ever seen. I would place Entourage in the Sopranos category; its clumsy attempt to tie up loose ends will probably have a negative impact on how this season is viewed. (Overall grade for the final episode: D - plus)

With all of this said, Entourage was a great series and I will certainly will miss it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It's not season 1-3 but its still entourage March 11 2013
By Greg Hoffman - Published on Amazon.com
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I see why my friends all told me the last season SUCKED. But I still think if you're a fan, you have to watch it.

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.
9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Rushed to a final...! Oct. 8 2011
By nomuyvivo - Published on Amazon.com
I grew up a big fan of Entourage, In fact I enjoy every now and then to watch it all over since I have all previous seasons. My only issue with season 8 or series finale was the fact they were rushing it since season 7, don't forget that season has only 10 episodes. I think the whole deal for the finale was nicely done but rushed out. Believe me a lot of people will be bitching and complaining about how all of a sudden Vince gets married with the british girl. Producers not even developed that story line. In my humble opinion if they had reached 12 episodes instead 8 they would accomplished a little bit more.
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1.0 out of 5 stars almost unwatchably bad Sept. 15 2011
By Mark bennett - Published on Amazon.com
Season seven was bad. But season eight is just horrible. I could understand trying to go a different direction in season seven to continue the show, but why go so far away from the show's roots in a final season.

The entire season is bad relationship melodrama with nothing else. There is nothing interesting. It is the opposite of fun.

Vince gets involved with what seems like a character left over from an unmade chic flick. You know, the bright uptight reporter from the big city who doesn't like the guy at first but then suddenly decides to instantly marry him without really even knowing him.

Sloan (the boat-anchor of the show) whines her way through another season. And just when it seems that she is finally gone, they bring in a shotgun wedding to fix everything. Its really sad. They spend the whole season creating situations as to why she and Eric should not be together. Then put them together for the worst possible reason.

And then we get a whole lot more Ari family drama. Its all derivative and repetitive from last season. And in the end, all the problems are solved by Italian singers and moving to Italy. Whatever.

In each case, the reasoning is terrible. In each case, the man is completely at fault, the man must give up his friends, the man must give up his career. Its like they had a season of leftover sex-and-the-city scripts. I came away from the last episode thinking "three inevitable divorces" rather than happy ending.

The whole drug thing from last season ends up going in an unexpected direction. Vince goes to treatment for a little while and everything is all better. No real consequences to speak of at all.

The problem with Jeremy Piven as Ari Gold is that he only really knows how to play an agent. He transitions to different jobs in the series but the job and how he acts in the job is always the same. Thats not true to business. The things they never really show is (a) him dealing with a younger "ari" (what he used to be like) in his own company, (b) the implicit conflicts of interest in running a big company with lots of clients and (c) Vince isn't as important in the big picture to him as he was.

Vince undercuts Drama and Turtle's attempts to strike out on their own by helping each in the wrong way. Turtle in particular ends up looking like an idiot. Some of the stuff with Drama is interesting, but having him get pushed around by Andrew Dice Clay wasn't. It would have been better, in my opinion, for Drama to have been the one holding out with ADC & Billy pushing him to settle.

Somewhere along the way, they lost track of what made entourage fun and why people liked the show. Why with eight episodes left they decided to do a whole season about disfunctional relationships, is beyond me.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 4 2014
By SELENE AGUILAR - Published on Amazon.com
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love it!
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