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Entourage - The Complete First Season

Entourage - The Complete First Season

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Director: Adam Bernstein, Daniel Attias, David Frankel, Julian Farino

Cast: Adam Bernstein, Daniel Attias, David Frankel, Julian Farino

This box set contains every episode from the first season of Entourage, the series that takes a look at the lives of celerity hangers-on. Each episode is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English, French, and Spanish soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. Subtitles are available in all three of those languages as well


This box set contains every episode from the first season of Entourage, the series that takes a look at the lives of celerity hangers-on. Each episode is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English, French, and Spanish soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. Subtitles are available in all three of those languages as well. Supplemental materials include commentaries recorded by executive producers Doug Ellin and Larry Charles, and interviews with the cast and crew.

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Closed Caption; Revealing behind-the-scenes interviews with cast and crew; Audio commentaries with creator/executive producer Doug Ellin and executive producer Larry Charles

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Entourage - The Complete First Season 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this show,it shows the realities of the business of Hollywood, with a dramatic twist. I love the complexity of characters like Ari and Eric, where Vince is a comforting and well balanced character.
mattS71 More than 1 year ago
The complete first season of Entourage is astounding. It is a television series that is many people have not heard of because it is played on HBO, which is a channel that not every household has available to them. The series is not rated because it has adult humor, crude language and drug references; but beyond all this it is a very funny comedy. The series is loosely based on the life of Mark Wahlberg. He is a producer and wanted to make a show that talked about him and his friends on their way to fame. It is now being promoted more and more everyday by the media. Entourage has won an Emmy every year since 2006, and has gotten many other awards such as a Golden Globe in 2008. The show many not look appealing to all viewers but everyone should give it a shot. It is almost guaranteed to make you laugh in at least one part of each episode. It's known to be so funny because the guys play pranks on each other, have good senses of humor, and we follow them as they meet girls and live the night life. I recommend for everyone to give this television series a chance. From what I have heard, everyone who watches the show loves it. Since season one Entourage has made five more seasons, and the seventh season should be starting in a few months. It will be interesting to see if more and more people catch on to the show as the seasons keep being made. Entourage really just makes life feel so good even though many people don't have the money like they do; it is nice to see the rich life and how people really can live life to the fullest. It also makes people want to work harder to be able to do the things they do in the show. It personally makes me want to succeed as high as I can in life to be able to have a great life. The show really makes one not take life for granted and live it the best because everyone only lives once.
wmson9 More than 1 year ago
The first season of the hit HBO show Entourage is my favorite. It is about Vincent Chase, who is played by Adrian Grenier, who is a new hit movie star. The show chronicles his life and the lives of his brother Johnny Chase, who goes by Drama (Kevin Dillion), childhood friend Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), and best friend and manager Eric (Kevin Connolly). His agent Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) is also a major role in the show. Entourage has all the elements needed for an entertaining program. It combines great acting with outstanding directing and producing. It is hilarious at times, while it also incorporates serious life events that keep the viewer guessing. There is also a constant theme of friendship in the show. One aspect that I really like is how it gives a little view into the world of Hollywood. Ari is actually based on a real agent. Mark Wahlberg is an executive producer so I think they put in some things that really do happen that most of us never knew about. The story as based loosely on Wahlberg's journey to becoming a movie star. Eric (Connolly) is based on Eric Wienstien, Wahlberg's best friend and an executive producer on the show. It shows you the inside of the business. Not everything is pretty but super interesting. As far as the acting goes I personally like all of the characters and think they all do a good job. They all do a tremendous job portraying their roles and entertaining the viewers. Jeremy Piven is probably the most well-known and is excellent on the show. He is hilarious with some of his remarks. He seems so right as an agent that I sometimes think of him as an actual agent than as an actor. Adrian Grenier probably has the easiest role, because he just plays a pretty boy movie star who gets all the girls he wants. Kevin Dillion is my favorite character on the show. The one-liners he says are classic and HBO now sells t-shirts with Drama's quotes on the front. Jerry Ferrara plays the New York accented Turtle. Ferrara does a wonderful job turning himself into the cool kid from Queens who wears sneakers and sweat pants. Kevin Connolly plays the innocent one who tries to keep everyone on track, especially Vince. He does a fine job of making the friendship between him and Vince seem a little more than everyone else. On screen they seem as though they have a personal connection and you can tell Vince seeks Eric's approval. They are more like brothers than just friends. A key part of Entourage is the lifestyle they live. Everything they do is a college-aged guy's dream of a life to live. They have an awesome house that they all live in together which would be really cool. They drive sweet expensive cars and fly privately. In about every episode they go to a huge party with a bunch of girls, or they have a party at their house. They get to sit court-side at the Lakers game, then talk to Lamar Odom after the game. I like to watch it and imagine having all of that stuff. I think there is one main theme that puts Entourage over the top. The friendship amongst the four guys is the whole backbone of the show. If the show was only about their lifestyle, girls and parties and cars, then it would not be that. The creators of the show only looked at actors from New York to create that feeling. HBO's Entourage is the ultimate TV show. The first season is one of the most enjoyable products that Barnes and Noble sells and I would recommend it to everyone.
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Iain010100 More than 1 year ago
Entourage is a story of idiots living off the back of the prettiest idiot of all. The entourage, and the star whose t'eat they suckle, spend money, do drugs, sleep with hoards of woman (the staple of HBO television), and live high on life. You'd be wrong if you thought such a premise couldn't miss. The situations are contrived, the motivations plod, the conversations are inane. They try to throw in a few ethical dilemmas, but who really cares if a party boy helps his bestest friend instead of padding his pockets? To fool us into thinking Vincent Chase (the pretty face actor actor) really is a big deal, a few "stars" like Jessica Alba pop by to play themselves and say things like "are you coming to the party?," or "call me!," or "congratulations on your new colostomy," or whatever.

Jeremy Piven, forgettable, unfunny, untalented, and best known for his John Cusack charity sidekick roles in films, also known for getting mercury poisoning, which got him out of a contract from a Broadway play and instead of going to the hospital, he signed some autographs, hammed it up for some paparazzi, and sped to an all an award after party... and for miraculously gaining a hairline. He shines in this slice of drivel (Jeremy Piven is to John Cusack as Rob Schneider is to Adam Sandler). The fact that Piven is the best thing in this show says a lot about everything else.

Other fine actors round out the cast. Kevin Dillon, famous for his roles in "Vampires: Out For Blood" and "Interstate 84" (yeah, I never heard of them either), plays a role well suited for him, a washed up actor in search of a career. Kevin Connolly, best known for his role as a non-speaking rush hour subway riding extra in Rocky V, and Jerry Ferrara, the guy who installed those big subwoofers in my Scion, flesh out the cast. Maybe they should throw in Greg Kinnear and Anne Heche to boost the talent pool.

Don't bother with the popcorn because each episode is mercifully only a half hour long. That's as long as a SpongeBob, or Gilligan's Island, or Full House, only far less enlightening. No doubt they shoot a season over a weekend. Your time would be better spent taking a shower, eating a bowl of soup, surfing the internet for woman's shoes, prank calling the local morgue, or sampling the alcohol-laced medicines in the bathroom cabinet.