This season has established Entourage as it was in its former glory. Seasons one and two made almost everybody a fan. It sizzled, we laughed, we felt cool just for watching it. Seasons three and four defeated fans as one anti-comical and slow moving episode aired after the next. The show seemed lost for good. The characters had grown stale and stopped seeming edgy or interesting. This is where Marc Wahlberg’s input and the incredible acting talents of Jeremy Piven (who has truly emerged as a star) have taken over and led the series back to greatness and Adrian Grenier to superstardom.
This season not only finds Vincent Chase starring in a 120 million dollar budgeted film, it also allows us a glimpse into the behind the scenes hatred between biased directors and their un-chosen actors selected by studio heads to fill their lead roles. The entourage remains unphased while Vinny struggles, and reaches an all time existential low. Will he quit acting forever, or will some miracle happen to save the day and to keep the show going? Watch and find out for yourself!
Movie lovers will enjoy this latest season as well. Several big name directors are cast in cameo roles as Vinny goes on the hunt for a new job and a new lease on life. Throw in many gorgeous women, ex-girlfriend sightings, Hollywood style clubbing and a trip home to Queens and this could be the best season of any series ever yet produced by HBO. Kudos to everyone involved for being so damned entertaining, and for making a comeback while the lead in the show tries to do the same. Two enthusiastic thumbs up, or as we like to say here at screenspotlight.com, this is "Spotlight Good".
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