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By S. Jhoanna Robledo, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 18+

Follow-up to bromantic HBO series is just as edgy.

Movie R 2015 104 minutes
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age 17+

Based on 1 parent review

age 17+


Clearly not appropriate for anyone under 17, the amount of swearing and sexual behavior almost makes all of it seem almost normal and acceptable.

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While Entourage is far from perfect, there's no denying the fantastic chemistry that exists among the quartet -- or should we say quintet, since Piven is integral -- that headlines this comedy. Connolly, Grenier, Dillon, and Ferrara are what made Entourage the TV show fun, if not perfect. We may not believe the nuttiness of the situations they find themselves in -- even knowing how ridiculous Hollywood can get -- but we believe them as lifelong, life-of-the-party friends.

All of that said, we recognize that the guys live in a world apart, but is it possible that Entourage is even more misogynistic than its TV counterpart? The women here run the gamut from decorative to disdainful. They exist merely to have sex with the guys, to be contemplated as sex objects, to be discussed as sex objects, or all of the above. Where nudity is involved, it's almost always the women (so many boobs!) who are shown in advanced states of undress. Where's the intelligent commentary on all of this excess? Or are we supposed to think this really is the life?

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