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Review: Entourage

We review the film remake of highly regarded American sitcom, Entourage

Review: Entourage
Admittedly, going to see a movie version of the highly regarded American TV show Entourage (based roughly on producer Mark Wahlberg’s real-life experiences as an up-and-coming actor in L.A.) a British audience might believe that they would need prior knowledge of the show to enjoy it. However, as writer and director (Doug Ellin) says, “The way we structured the film, you don’t have to have seen one second of the show to enjoy it”, and this is certainly true.

The film opens with Piers Morgan giving a comprehensive back-story to the main characters in the form of interviews for the film. Vinnie Chase (Adrien Grenier) is a successful screen actor ready to get back to work, freshly divorced following a hasty marriage to Vanity Fair journalist Sophia. Vinnie’s retired super-agent Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) returns to Hollywood after becoming studio head at Warner Brothers and offers him a role…
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Festival Must Have’s & Hints and Tips

Elena Lockett reveals what's getting her through festival season...

Festival season is upon us and planning your outfit is a major part of the festival experience (or it is to me anyway!) If you’ve never been to a festival before or just fancy a reminder of what you actually need to bring to the hottest events of the summer, check out my must have’s & hints and tips:

What's hot this year?

The crochet top
We never thought crotchet would be anything more than the material your grandma had dotted around her house but now every high street store hosts a variety of crop tops, dresses and jumpers in the stuff! Perfect for teaming with denim, this 70’s style look will keep you cool under the sun if it comes out and keep you looking hip.

Fringed bag
'Fringed' is in with a vengeance this year and a perfect way of adding a little hint of…

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Dedication Song: Boulevard of Broken Dreams

Thomas dedicates this Green Day classic about harsh realities...

Each week on Therapy with Thomas Mills, Thomas chooses a song which means something and can teach us a lesson. He calls it his 'Dedication Song'.

This week, that song was Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Green Day.

This song is about how difficult it can be for dreams to come through, and the realisation that sometimes the things that you really want to happen just are not possible. In ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’ by Green Day, it’s about that moment you realise that the world is complicated and nothing is promised for you in the real world. It’s a harsh reality.

Listen to the track below and tweet us @wizradio with your thoughts!

Listen to Therapy with Thomas Mills every Sunday, 1pm to 2pm (UK time).
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