Entourage Review: Too Good To Be True?

Cue Boyz II Men's "End of the Road" (...Although we've come, to the end of the ro-oaaad, still I can't let go-oooo...)

Or Led Zeppelin, that'll work too.

I can't believe after eight seasons, Entourage is over. Oh wait, that's right, it's not. They should've called this episode "The End...Until We're Done Shooting the Movie." But, luckily for us, this finale was everything the audience hoped it would be. When the credits first rolled, I had a huge smile on my face - and then I thought about it for a while and turned it over in my mind. The longer I contemplated, the more a question bobbed to the surface. If something seems too good to be true, is it?

Let me start out by saying, if one more person uses the word "Bromance" to describe this series, I'll gag. I do, however, think that talking about genuine, enduring friendship - the kind that we cultivate as kids and hopefully remains pristine throughout life - is totally appropriate for this finale. And for the series, for that matter. In trying to decide if I thought that this was a great episode of Entourage, I had to first nail down when exactly it was that this show was at it's level best? Read More...



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