Uncut DVD: Entourage Season 5

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If you had to summarise Entourage (HBO’s lightweight but amusing Hollywood-based comedy drama) in one quote from the series, it would be: “It’ll all turn out OK… It always does, right?”

As Season 5 gets underway, however, that happy outcome is beginning to look a little uncertain for the boys. With Vince’s Escobar biopic, Medellin, having been roundly panned, his unflappable ardour suddenly seems dented.

It’s a shakey start – for the show, too – but things gather momentum by the time Gus Van Sant and Martin Scorsese enter the picture.

EXTRAS:3* Short, behind-the-scenes featurette, three episode commentaries.

JOHN ROBINSON


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