“Movie star Vincent Chase, together with his boys Eric, Turtle, and Johnny, are back – and back in business with super agent-turned-studio head Ari Gold on a risky project that will serve as Vince’s directorial debut.”
This movie suffers from two major problems. One is that it’s a few years too late, and two , is that its not good enough of a movie to make up for that time gap. The latter point is really what will sink this movie. So from the top, if this movie came out a few years ago, they can really benefitted from the buzz of a just completed series. This movie also feels one really long episode of the show itself, which would be great for fans of the show, but it will only really appeal to fans. It should feel more cinematic and contained to attract and please people who see this movie, but aren’t fans of the series and that is what I meant before about not being able to make for the time gap with the end product. The movie feels like it doesn’t really have a beginning or an ending which plays even more into the long episode feel. What this movie really is, is a tribute to fans of the show, and to create this wet dream of what people who aspire to be in Hollywood think the life is like. So all in all if you’re a fan of the series, you will really like this, if not, you might not so much.
Review Score : 5 out of 10