The first hit on Google is a Putlocker page, which was promising because they host many of the shows and movies that are available to us online for free every day. But the actual page is just a trailer for Entourage (film). I thought this was fine at first, because I got to watch the Entourage movie trailer again and enjoy it still. Also, usually on these sites people will just post the full links in the comments section. But the comments section was empty. So, like, where's the movie?
Unless this is a metaphor for the emptiness of the show, in which case how dare you.
I'm not the only person with this question. There's a Quora thread where a fellow brave soul asks where to find the Entourage movie online. Unfortunately, the top response is from the smartest person in this sentence, and all he does is post a link to Putlocker's homepage. So many hits are just to the trailers for the Entourage movie. Otherwise, they're just a series of links and ads that eventually lead to a trailer for Entourage (film). What gives, huh? What's givin'? I'm not even mad; I'm just absolutely furious. It wouldn't bother me if they just told me upfront that the link is only the embedded trailer for the Entourage movie. I still would have watched it again, and I still would have kept enjoying it, but I wouldn't have also expected to see the full movie, which I simply cannot wait to see online for free. And yet, everywhere I look, nope. How's come? Where's it?
"Yeah" is not an appropriate response to being asked where something is.
This sort of thing isn't uncommon when searching for free online media, though. You're bound to get some false ads, dead ends, and continuous loops of links containing a bunch of ANY MOVIE-related words in all caps, often INSINUATING that the FILM is available for FREE ONLINE via DOWNLOADing or STREAMing. I get it; there are garbage links out there. But EVERY one? To EVERYwhere?
And for those who have been frustrated this whole time, thinking, "Torrent it, dum-dum," I tried that too. The only links available are for the trailers to Entourage (film), which is a movie that came out two months ago.