Directed by: Mark Mylod
Written by: Doug Ellin
'Medellin' didn't wow them at Cannes, but it's a shoo-in for Richard Roeper's and Michael Phillips' top ten list of the year's worst. Vince has found the perfect solution to his troubles in Mexico: A "parade of p***y" that he and Turtle are enjoying makes it hard to care about the straight-to-DVD fate of his producing debut. Eric and Ari, on the other hand, are eager to get the star client of both Miller Gold and the Murphy Group back to the states for a sit-down at the Ivy with producer Carl Ertz, who is interested in Vince for 'Danger Beach.'
If Vince passes on this now, he might as well be Cat Stevens doing butterfly strokes in the Caspian Sea searching for Mohammad.
Meanwhile, Drama, who's still tied via web-cam to his French girlfriend Jacqueline, nearly comes to blows over a 'Five Towns' poster when the photographer wants to shoot his bad side. But he rallies for his brother when Eric insists and E, Ari and Drama jet to the remote paradise to lure Vince back, not realizing Ertz is just using Vince to lock up Emile Hirsch for the role.