TRR: Feeling very much like the longer, bigger-budget episode of the HBO television series that inspired it, Entourage: The Movie's storyline picks up where the show left off, as Vince (Adrian Grenier) contends with a pair of disgruntled financiers, Texas businessman Larsen McCredle (Billy Bob Thornton) and his son, Travis (Haley Joel Osment), who are causing major problems for his directorial debut. Meanwhile, Ari (Jeremy Piven) is trying hard to ignore requests from his former assistant, Lloyd (Rex Lee), to give him away at his wedding; E (Kevin Connolly) is attempting to navigate the dating scene while his ex-girlfriend, Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui), is pregnant with his child; Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) is trying his best to woo MMA fighter Ronda Rousey; and Drama (Kevin Dillon) is, of course, still hoping to achieve recognition in his long (but not-so-illustrious) acting career. In short, it's pretty much business as usual for writer/director Doug Ellin and the gang. But while the series' longtime fans will no doubt enjoy the reunion, everyone else will find that Entourage: The Movie is just about as vapid as its own depiction of the Hollywood lifestyle. Oh well, at least it looks and sounds excellent on Blu-ray.