In theory, "Entourage" seems like a better fit for movies than TV: The characters are broad, quippy, and ridiculous, and you wonder how tough it would be to sustain that level of mania for seasons at a time. Nonetheless, the Mark Wahlberg-produced series defied the odds and became one of HBO's biggest shows of the last decade, lasting eight seasons and 96 episodes. 

Finally, the show is making the jump to the big screen in a swift, cool film version that comes out in theaters June 3. To celebrate, we're reflecting on some of our favorite ensemble comedies ever. Join us as we reflect on the greatness of Ron Burgundy, Mrs. Peacock, and Darth Helmet.