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New Entourage movie got mostly negative reviews from top critics. Warner Bros. Pictures released their new comedy flick, “Entourage,” into theaters this past Wednesday, June 3rd, and all the reviews are in from the top movie critics. It turns out that most of them just really didn’t like it with an overall 38 score out of a possible 100 across 38 reviews at Metacritic.com .

The movie stars: Billy Bob Thornton, Jeremy Piven, Nora Dunn, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Kevin Dillon, Debi Mazar, Adrian Grenier, Jerry Ferrara, Rhys Coiro, Kevin Connolly, Haley Joel Osment, Constance Zimmer, Perrey Reeves, Emily Ratajkowski and Rex Lee. We’ve added blurbs from a few of the critics,below.

Mick LaSalle at the San Francisco Chronicle, gave it a decent 75 score, stating: “The party scenes are entertaining fantasy, but the insider-business end of the picture is occasionally interesting in its own right.”

Chris Nashawaty over at Entertainment Weekly, gave it a 75 grade. He said: “Entourage, the show and the movie, is about five insanely lucky knuckleheads who have each other’s backs in a town that’s more likely to stab you there.”

Peter Travers from Rolling Stone, gave it a 63 score, saying: ” I’m OK with Entourage onscreen because it’s really a victory lap for a cast that once earned our DVR-ready affection. To echo Perry Farrell: “Yeah! Oh, yeah!” As for the haters? Hug it out, bitches.”

Joe Neumaier at the New York Daily News, gave it a 60 grade, stating: ” Entourage plays like a solid, if slightly too long, episode. But even given the bloat, the cast’s easy camaraderie and a “play it as it lays” atmosphere wins you over.”

Andrew Barker from Variety, gave it a 60 score, saying: “Sometimes funny, often dumb, with equal doses of inside-baseball references and broad bro-ish boorishness, Entourage will be loved by fans and despised by detractors, possibly for the same reasons.”

Kyle Smith from the New York Post, gave it a 50 score. He said: “The Entourage formula feels warmed-over, played-out, spent.”

Michael Phillips over at the Chicago Tribune, gave it a 50 score, saying: “Piven’s performance basically made the series, and to the degree the new film works, which is a little, he makes that too.”

Richard Roeper from the Chicago Sun-Times, gave it a 50 grade, saying: “There’s gratuitous nudity, lots of partying, zippy camera moves, plenty of product placement and did we mention all those celebrity cameos? It all feels more like a rerun than a fully formed, stand-alone movie.”

Sheri Linden over at The Hollywood Reporter, gave it a 50 grade, saying: “Amid the not-so-troubling setbacks, unbelievable triumphs and perpetual spring break, the movie takes one or two nice twists.”

Alonso Duralde from TheWrap, gave it a 40 score. He said: ” Piven’s Ari is so over-the-top in his narcissism and megalomania that he’s fun to watch, but the other lead characters are the kind of bros who should be having drinks thrown in their faces on a regular basis.”

Brian Tallerico from RogerEbert.com, gave it a 38 score, saying: “Without Piven and Dillon to keep it entertaining, it would be absolutely dreadful.”

Mark Olsen at the Los Angeles Times, gave it a 30 score, claiming: “That the bonds of friendship between Vince and his pals are predicated so strongly on excluding others feels regressive and drags the movie away from harmless high jinks into something needlessly more spiteful and ugly.”

Peter Keough over at the Boston Globe, gave it a very bad 25 score, saying: “The film is stuck in the inconsequential rut of the series. The characters are static, and the comedy is situational rather than dramatic.”

A.O Scott from The New York Times, gave it a 20 grade, saying: ” You could accuse it of glamorizing the shallow hedonism it depicts, but that charge would only stick if the movie had any genuine flair, romance or imagination.”

Ann Hornaday at the Washington Post, gave it an awful 12 grade, claiming: “Piven is so in the pocket as the smarmy, aggressive, inappropriate Ari that, when the movie he’s in does little more than double down on the bro-ing out, the whiffed opportunities become all the more obvious.”

Lastly, Joe Morgenstern from the Wall Street Journal, gave it the dreaded “0” score. He said: “Charm has curdled into smarm in the big-screen version of Entourage. The jaunty style of a hit TV series has been replaced by huge spasms of false energy and a sense of barely concealed flop sweat.” Stay tuned. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Google Plus by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.

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