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A Show Divided: 'Entourage' as Satire and Misfire

Within Entourage's system of codependent relationships, individuals are treated as brands, women are treated as objects, committed relationships are discouraged, and one’s word means nothing unless a contract is signed and a check clears.

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Revolver by Kevin Connolly

With this collection, Connolly has really lost the plot. It is, alas, choc-a-bloc with "just messing around".

Zachary Houle
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The Return of the Popcorn Circus: August 2008

Talk about a crowded schedule. There are more offerings scheduled this month than in the previous two combined.

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Entourage

Entourage's depiction of the delicate symbiotic relationship between the talent and their support staff is often perceptive and revealing, elevating the series above pure fantasy or self-parody.

Marisa Carroll
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Entourage

Entourage makes fun of Hollywood, but protects and promotes its mystique at the same time.

David Swerdlick
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Drift: Poems by Kevin Connolly

What separates Connolly from the pack, however, is that the guy can also be very, very funny.

Zachary Houle
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Don's Plum (1995)

And so the clichés begin.

Nikki Tranter

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