Overall Rating: 7 out of 10 Based on 1 Review

Actor Vince Chase and pals maintain a strong bond as they navigate Hollywood's cutthroat world.

Starring: Adrian Grenier, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon, Emmanuelle Chriqui

Rating: MA+ (2015)

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  • Review MVP rated this 7 out of 10

    Written on 4 June 2015 Member since 9 May 2011

    Your favourite crew are back and just the same like they never left.

    Performance of Jeremy Piven (Ari Gold) in the role he was made to play.


    Just too many cameos.

    More could have been done with the storyline – wrapped up too quickly.


    The boys are back from a few years break after 8 seasons on TV and it picks up a few months after the series left off. That’s not to say that you need to have watched the series to be up to speed as it starts as in introduction to the characters with an interview style documentary. But for fans of the series it continues just as it always had with Vince (Adrian Grenier) celebrating after his marriage break up, Eric (Kevin Connolly) single after a break up with Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) looking slim and a lot more well off after selling his tequila company, and Drama (Kevin Dillon)…. well just being Drama.

    The star that made the series so exciting is a focus of the film and he does not disappoint with Ari (Jeremy Piven) now the head of a movie studio and needing to get more money for Vince’s latest film from a financier played by Billy Bob Thornton and his painful son played by Haley Joel Osment who was last seen as the child in The Sixth Sense.

    The usual partying and mayhem that the guys are known for continue throughout the movie with an almost unhealthy amount of cameos. It seems like every 5 minutes there is another star popping their head around the corner that not necessarily adds to the film in any way. But if you want to see beautiful people partying with more beautiful stars then this will be a movie for you. The storyline is quite simple and it seems to wrap up quite fast in the end where it feels more could have been done. But overall it is a nice welcome back for the fans of the TV series.

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