So it's like Serenity, where if u didnt watch the show, some things really wont matter to u?
I still liked Serenity when I saw it with my dad in theatres, and I had never heard of Firefly
Fair enough, its an entertaining movie oni its own. it's just that there some small things here and there that would mean a little more to the browncoat fans
Brad, I just got back from a pre-screening of Spy. I can guarantee you that you will really enjoy it.
It'll be the first Melissa McCarthy film I'll see in the theater in spite of my ever-growing hatred towards her humor!
Huh, with the low light you can see the swelling a bit better, but still looking good man.
Here's hoping your double feature at the end of the week has at least one good movie, though as you mentioned it;d be hard to beat out some of the double feautres you've suffered through.
Hey Brad, heard Spy wasnt that bad
Have you tried to eat salad without dressing? It's literally impossible.
No it's not; I never have dressing with a salad, it defeats the purpose of the salad.
Salad without salad dressing defeats the purpose of salad dressing
What about fruit salad? That doesn't need dressing
A salad without dressing is a barren wasteland of uncooked ve4gitables, hope lost. and a plate as foreboding as the grave.
That was a damn good moth impression.
The only pieces of shit on the show are E and Turtle. Vinny and drama are the real stars
Hey Brad, have you seen Wolfcop? It's a Canadian B-horror movie that has entirely practical effects. They're funding Wolfcop 2 right now and one of the perks through Indiegogo is you can put the name of a famous person into a draw to be a cameo on the movie. I want to try and get as many people as possible to put your name into the draw! But you need to see Wolfcop, it's totally your cup of tea. It's on American Netflix so you have no excuse!
I think Bleu Cheese dressing is definitely worth having to cut a bitch.....
Also, does anyone else here now want to hear a whole Snobcast devoted to Ryan's insane 'movie business' stories? 'Cause I sure do!
Yes!!! Yes!! A thousand times yes!
They should totally do a Snobcast diving in to those stories.
I'd definitely be up for that.
As an alumni of crazy movie sets I really want to hear about Ryan's personal experiences. Vancouver's industry is nothing compared to LA's.
Then it's settled.... the mob has spoken! [stomps foot] Make it so!
Ummm.... please? pretty pretty please? :)))
Entourage was always only tangentially about making movies or the film industry. The show is more about the bro-y shit they get up to because they have a famous brother/friend. And then shit loads of celebrity cameos.
Brads' name in German is Haffenbrau
I might see the Entourage movie but I don't know. I just watched the first season a few days ago and it came off as "meh" to me. Definitely less about movie making and more the "bro" and backstabbing kind of exploits than the actual filmmaking itself, which is disappointing. I honestly couldn't stand the Vince character at all and I found the show kind of sexist too (people will say the same thing about Sex and the City and that's another reason why I don't watch that show either>)>
As to Ryan's comment about agents and other people in Hollywood being like that, oh dear lord! I'm currently in film school myself but I'm kind of scared to interact with those kind of people if that's what they're really like.
Honestly if I do see the film though, it'll be more or less out of curiousity (and probably Ronda Rousey also).
A lot of stuff that happens in the show is fictionalized versions of things that really happened.
Mark Walhberg (who is one of the producers) used a lot of his own stories. He has brother who is a less famous actor like Vincent has Drama. Drama is played by Kevin Dillion who himself is a less famous actor/brother of Matt Dillion. A lot of Vinnie is also based on Leonardo DiCaprio. The actor who plays E was in real life childhood friends and part of DiCaprio's entourage when he was coming up in the business(he was also in the infamous film Don's Plum with Dicaprio and Tobey Maguire).
Jeremy Piven's character Ari is based on Ari Emanuel.
You get more out of the show if you know the in-jokes and the real stories. But its definitely more about the people who make movies, not actually how to make movies.
I've been to a couple of audience-size-doesn't-correspond-to-actual-gross movies before. Most notably, I saw Jupiter Ascending on its fourth weekend, by which point it was blatantly obvious it was a massive bomb, yet the theater was actually a full house. And it seemed like most of the people were seeing it for the first time; none of them were "in on the joke" and I had to stifle all of my laughter. It was weird.
Immortan Joe would give Entourage a 1 word review...MEDIOCRE
Fuck Entourage, fuck every actor in it, and (it pains me to say) fuck you guys for even entertaining the fact that this movie is anything but trash.
Because I so never enjoy trash.
The more I hear about this movie, the more it seems like its just glorifying assholes and their douche bag behavior. I have no desire to see this, or give this movie any money. Go see Mad Max instead, that movie is worth supporting, not this drivel.
I'm a girl, and I can see how this movie isn't female friendly, but I am a fan of the series. With that being said, I loved the movie, it reminded me so much of the show and for anyone who is a fan, this is a great movie. Oh and yes I was the one yelling at the monitor hehe!
The show ended kind of flat with Ari no longer Vince's agent (after being offered the Studio job) and Vince flying to France to get married to a reporter he just recently granted an interview to (Played by the actress who was in Star Trek: Into Darkness). They kind of wash that last season aside with this movie.
E was Vince's rookie business manager in the show. He's always dogged by the other guys for always falling in love with his girlfriends and wanting a real relationship. In the movie they kind of flip it on him.
I thought it was a good fan service movie that probably should have just premiered on HBO and went straight to Blu-ray.
If you're a fan of the show the movie works perfectly.
The scene with the two girls (pregnant and disease) and that guy, well that happens all the time to all of them in the show, only this time that guy is completely misunderstood (hilarious) as he is never (well one time in the shows history - Perfect 10 model) the playboy douche, whereas the other guys are all the time.
I mean that scene where he just doesn't care when they both walk off because he is misunderstood by these agenda crazed bimbos is so funny my water I was drinking came out my nose. High marks for that scene.